Monkey GO Happy Elevators


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Monkey GO Happy Elevators

DoraPencil Kids' point-and-click puzzle game Monkey GO Happy Elevators, the newest in the Monkey GO Happy games, seems cute and harmless, but I believe harbours a dark secret. See, the object is to click around and try to solve puzzles to find toys for all the little monkeys in each level, gathering items you drag from your inventory to help along the way, and using the elevator buttons to swap between floors. But, okay, look... doesn't it strike you odd the way your monkey is trapped here, shivering and sobbing, while the cadre of other little monkeys look on impassively, even... coldly? You're trapped in there, forced to find things to amuse them, and even when you do, even when you succeed and you dance and caper, your monkey's face remains a trembling, terrified false smile because you know you'll have to carry out that tiny simian swarm's bidding again on the next stage... and what if you fail? There are so many of them, and their tiny jaws are so strong...

... okay, yes, I'm kidding. (... mostly... ) Monkey GO Happy Elevators is another fine installment in the point-and-click puzzle series, though it is extremely short. It's not exactly what you'd call challenging either, since despite a nice amount of contextual puzzle clues, the levels are typically so small and sparse that clues are immediately obvious. Still, if you're looking for a coffee-break style game that will leave you with time to spare, Monkey GO Happy Elevators is cute, simple, and clicky. Even if it does seem like the premise to a Stephen King story set on Planet of the Apes.

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I think I over-thought that last level. I actually found it somewhat difficult. :-P

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