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Monkey GO Happy Ninja Hunt

At any moment, there are ninjas around you. Studies have shown there's probably at least three hidden on your person right now. They're that good. And in PencilKids' point-and-click puzzle game Monkey GO Happy Ninja Hunt, you'll have to find a whole lot of them across three distinct stages to gather the clues to open a mysterious box. (I know you think I'm going to do the "what's in the box" bit, so I won't. BAM. Expectations? Ninja'd.) To play, just click to interact with each place, using the yellow arrows to move from area to area, and drag items from your inventory at the top of the screen to use them. Remember to leave literally no stone unturned in your search, but the cursor will change when it passes over something you can click on, so you shouldn't need much direction. The downside? What feels like a little bit of unfortunate cultural insensitivity in the first stage that's out of place in an otherwise quirky-as-expected game. As for the rest, well, there's a whole lot of little ninjas that need to be found if you want to satisfy your box-related curiosity!

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Monkey Go Happy is fairly straightforward, but two hints to get you through:

1.

Click on EVERYthing. Even if there is no active cursor or whatever. Vague clues on tricky spots you might miss:
- stabbing tents/canvas
- crowbar to all the boxes
- sledgehammers are good for all the bricks AND all the weird window shutter things
- do not leave any rock or pile of sand unturned!

2.

For the secret clue, you might want to write down/remember the two symbols that come up at the end of each stage completion, as it does not appear that you can go back afterwards to look at them without having to repeat the whole stage (don't worry, you won't lose your completion if you exit after realising this).

Order is fairly straightforward.

1 top 2 top 3 top
1 bottom 2 bottom 3 bottom

Why I'm writing this instead of sleeping, I do not know -_-

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@catherine... good hint about the symbols... there were a few frustrated people over on bonte games complaining...
i'm an old school gamer (think MYST) and write everything down so i had no problem :)

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Parzival1337 March 24, 2016 11:33 PM

So I unlocked the box and inside it is

two ninja monkeys dancing on a pile of gold

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