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Includes two copies of Gun Monkeys - Send the extra copy to a friend!
GUN MONKEYS is a Procedurally–Generated, Physics-based, Online Deathmatch platform game from multi award-winning indie dev Size Five Games.
In GUN MONKEYS, you'll take charge of a modern-day power company. In the distant future, a catastrophic experiment into Perpetual Energy obliterates all human life, leaving the world choc-full of free-for-the-taking energy, but unpleasantly lacking in people to take advantage of it. Your job as CEO is to send a legion of pleasingly-expendable monkeys forwards in time to collect Power Cubes and return them to present-day, all from the comfort of your PC.
Monkeys! In the future! Future Monkeys!
"Always Online" 1-on-1 Deathmatch action (offline local play mode also available)
Procedurally Generated levels means you'll never play the same map twice!
Tailor your squad to your unique playing style with a host of interesting and helpful Perks!
Short, sharp, hi-octane jabs of multiplayer fun!
Challenge your friends, or make new enemies!
Loads of Achievements and Trading Cards to collect!
Fun, BUT...iMichaelCortez | July 26, 2014 | See all iMichaelCortez's reviews »
The game is fun, however, it went the same direction most of the action packed indie multiplayer only games go: insane lack of players, and constant repetition. The graphics at the start will feel good, but after a hour or two it just starts bothering your eyes, too many colors. Only buy this game if you have a friend that will play local with you, even that way it's not worth it because you'll probably get bored of it after 15 minutes or less. Not to mention that the only way to win in-game currency is playing online, which means you won't be able to buy upgrades if you can't beat any other player because no one is playing the game.
Lack of players but fun.luci2100 | July 25, 2014 | See all luci2100's reviews »
If you like monkey's with Big Guns and big explosion's this is the game for you
Take control of a monkey with a huge gun and fight against other player's in a 1v1 match to death
The game lack's tons of players so i would get my friends to buy this otherwise there wont be much fun untill you get more friends to buy Gun Monkeys i will suggest you pass this.
Dead gameTPCGorillaMunch | July 20, 2014 | See all TPCGorillaMunch's reviews »
Gun Monkeys is a multiplayer game which is lacking in a player base. I would only recommend getting this game if you had someone to play with. When you redeem a copy you get another free copy of the game which is a bonus and you can give it to someone to play with.
The gameplay is very simple it involves collecting energy cubes and bringing them back to your power core to score points. This is while the enemy monkey is doing the same thing and trying to stop you by using guns and bombs. Powerups can be collected to change your gun, freeze the other player, etc.
Overall it isn't a bad game and can be enjoyable if you have someone to play with, however the game is reasonably dead.
Funjmods5710 | July 17, 2014 | See all jmods5710's reviews »
Great for some casual 1v1 action. The price is very good, but it does lack in player numbers, so it is not really recommended in that way. The game is multiplayer only, with some nice looking procedurally generated arenas, but you should only play this if you get it for free now, cause it's hard to find people to play with unless you have friends to play with.
But, overall, as I stated before, very fun game.
Not worth itjepherz | July 17, 2014 | See all jepherz's reviews »
This is basically a 1v1 versus game, no single player mode just to be clear. The game is pretty bland and will get boring very fast. There is also a leveling system which potentially makes the game even worse. When you win matches you get money to upgrade your character giving you an edge over others. Maybe that feature was supposed to make the game more interesting too but I don't think that's enough. I really like the art style of this game though and think it would have been a great coop adventure game if they had made it to be one.