Quick App: Rasta Monkey for iPhone

Cheese on bread, I find the concept of this game irie enough, though the lack of articulation in the eponymous character... nothing a go so. Shouldn't a Rasta Monkey be a wee bit easier now star?

Rasta Monkey is set in the jungle of Jamdown. The gameplay is focused on a happy Rastafarian monkey who swings around and grabs onto branches to move his way through different jungle environments. Using monkey-swinging skills, players must snag some delicious fruit along the way to score points and move to different levels.

If anyone has tried it out, let us know what you think. Nice and crisp, or go back a yard?

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Quick App: Rasta Monkey for iPhone

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Played it for a few minutes on a friend's iPhone, and I didn't enjoy it very much. Not enough to purchase, anyway.

"Cheese on bread, I find the concept of this game irie enough, though the lack of articulation in the eponymous character… nothing a go so. Shouldn’t a Rasta Monkey be a wee bit easier now star?"
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