Not a bad little game - good improvements and a well made engine, this is certainly a decent challenge that reminds me of Shrek. Of course, if it were an officially licensed game, there would be an Eddie Murphy voice over the top spouting out wise cracks if you made a mistake, or being completely over the top with congratulations if you got the end of the course.
The way that the constituent parts of the game board get mixed in for each level is a nice touch - I think that it could be improved by having a tutorial level, rather than taking up half the game with the introduction of extra bits and pieces.
Still, it's a marked improvement on the last one that you submitted - the free play and timed play option is great, plus the sped up donkey means that you don't get bored between levels, which is always a bonus. Perhaps a bigger variety of ambient music would help, since only one track can be a little obstructive.
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