Monkey Pole Climb

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Monkey Pole Climb

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Heston the gorilla has stolen all the monkeys’ bananas, just because they laughed at this hobby of making balloons. He has set them a challenge to climb poles while his home made balloons rain down on them from above. If the monkeys can all get to the top of their poles at the same time he’ll give them their bananas back. Of course these are no ordinary balloons; a green one will make a monkey climb up and a red one will make him climb down. Special balloons will make him flip upside down, hide behind the poles or even fly off completely.
In some levels, Heston has created balloons containing apples, oranges and grapes with which the monkeys must fill fruit bowls. In others, some wayward frogs have tied up a monkey and must be fed balloons in order for them to release him. You can help the monkeys by arranging balloons in the best order as they fall. Collect bombs to blow up unwelcome skull balloons. Collect points by bursting bonus balloons and getting balloon sequences. Medals are awarded for completing certain tasks. These are not always easy, but by persevering you can win bronze, silver, gold and platinum medals. Monkey Pole Climb features hand drawn animation frames by David Hankin.

 

  • Unique gameplay
  • Hand-drawn cartoon animations
  • 100 levels of jungle action
  • 2 Subgames featuring fruit and frogs
  • 40 devious medal tasks

 

© 2011 Anthill Games Ltd., Monkey Pole Climb, its logo and all related logos and slogans are copyright Anthill Games Limited. This product includes portions of the PopCap Games Framework (http://developer.popcap.com/) and the Bass Music Library.

System Requirements

  • Operating Systems: xp, vista, windows 7
  • Processor: 350MHz
  • Memory (RAM): 128M
  • Hard Disk Space: 20M
  • Graphics Card: a DirectX certified video card
  • Sound Card: a DirectX certified sound card
  • Other Requirements: a keyboard and a mouse

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