Baby Monkey going backwards on a pig
I am amazed at some of the things that
happen in the video game industry. Baby Monkey (going backwards on a
pig) is a Youtube video with a song from Parry Grip. That video is cute,
and funny. The song shows some major talent. This got turned into an app
on the iPhone/iPod Touch. You read that right, a Youtube video was
turned into a video game. Ideas for games have come from stranger
places, but few come to mind.
I am very thankful that we received a review code for Baby Monkey (going backwards on a pig). This game has a fantastic look to it. The baby monkey, and the pig are both very cute looking. The environments are bright and colorful. The pig will plow through certain pieces of the environment. These are obstacles that provide some drama to this hand held title.
The song in Baby Monkey (going backwards on a pig) is very addicting. I love that song, and have heard it over and over again. A few others have told me they are tired of hearing the song. For the price of ninety-nine cents it is great to get this song, and a game. It would have been nice if there had been more than one song, but then they would not fit the theme of this game.
The monkey can jump off the back of the pig. This allows the player to accumulate points. The monkey is jumping for bananas. The better your score the higher you rank. This is one of the reasons to replay Baby Monkey (going backwards on a pig). There are leaderboards so you can see how well you measure up with everyone else out there. I also like the price of this app.
There are two buttons in Baby Monkey (going backwards on a pig). One button jumps the pig, and the other jumps the monkey. The two animals are moving from the left to the right. Certain obstacles require the pig jump first, and then the monkey jump. This is also the way to access certain bananas. When I first saw Baby Monkey (going backwards on a pig), I thought it was simple. However the more I played this app, the more fun I had.
Concentration along with hand eye coordination are the two main lessons in Baby Monkey (going backwards on a pig). Along with avoiding as many obstacles as possible. I am very encouraged to see family friendly video games like this one. I hope to see future games in this franchise in the near future. It was a real pleasure for me to play and review this game.
Family Friendly Factor: 75%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch
Publisher: Kihon Games
ESRB Rating: '4+' for 4+
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