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Monkey Mofo
Oct 18, 2013 @ 11:05am
Jan 20, 2014 @ 8:44am

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Meet the Lucky Red Fish team
A easy to learn action puzzler :similar to the classic Lemmings:, Monkeys that are pretty stupid have to be directed over around an obstacle course and safely guided to the goal avoiding minions, trumpets , spinners and bombs - just to name a very few - will assure that this won't be an easy task.

You will face :over 200 fast-paced and varied levels:. To reach each levels goal these super cute Monkeys, you will be provided with various power ups and including speed-ups, stops and many more.

Split over 18 different worlds where each world introduces a new game mechanic Monkey Mofo will keep you coming back for more.

The Monkey Mofo :PC demo: is available for download from

Full game Features:
  • Monkeys
  • Over 200 action packed levels
  • 3D Graphics
  • 9 great Soundtracks
Boss Levels
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Psychodoll Sep 12, 2014 @ 6:05am 
The game looks amazing, but I would not buy sorry, it seems it would be better for a smaller one like cell or Ipod, and i will buy it then, im not sure if i would on pc! but looks amazing GREAT JOB!
2001pedro Jul 3, 2014 @ 10:45am 
I think it looks great for a mobile or browser game. But it's just not the type of thing I would purchase on steam. I don't have the heart to say no though, so i'll just leave it.
Little One Feb 16, 2014 @ 11:26pm 
The graphics alone make me instantly dislike the game, hue
Massiah Jones Jan 29, 2014 @ 2:00pm 
Poor game made by a very aggressive and unpleasant developer. Resorted to namecalling over constructive criticism and someone the game community doesn't need in it's ranks.
CSLNG | Omalevandalad39 Jan 19, 2014 @ 3:53am 
Zuko77Elendil Jan 10, 2014 @ 9:46am 
Bravo ma'am... If the name really does not have anything to do with... Err, THAT... Than I am all for it... :) Though I would say (through my own humble opinion) that you should not have to wave your experiance over and/or fight back against the huddled unwashed masses ;)

It is always nice to see someone who is not going to lay down to critiscm... Bravo ma'am :)
patricia.curtis  [author] Jan 10, 2014 @ 4:31am 
Just to say that the game is now finished and will be out everywhere I can get it in a couple of weeks, it has over 180 levels and 18 worlds rather than the 22 in the original plan, and it is as hard as nails.

The game is tricky with each world adding a new element to the game, if some of you don't want it on steam then fair enough there is not much I can do about that. I have spent the best part of 2 years making it full time and have clocked up over 9000 hours of development.

I have made over 30 games now and have 35 years experience in making games, you may have heard of a few i am responsible for .
patricia.curtis  [author] Jan 10, 2014 @ 4:31am 
Monkey Mofo is the culmination of those 35 years experience, I personally think its my best work yet, yes it does not fit into the black outline indie trend, and yes there are nothing to blow up or shoot. But do all games have to be the same? I thought the idea was to give you guys something different to play, I thought you played games for the challenge, maybe I am wrong!
patricia.curtis  [author] Jan 10, 2014 @ 4:30am 
The name Monkey Mofo is a name, just like any other, if you really look back it dates from the 1800s when it was recorded as a family name of some of the first immigrants from Africa entered England. Yes things have a different meaning these days but you have to take things in context, this game is NOT for children as it is way too hard for them to play.

dalsamirraie Nov 27, 2013 @ 3:36am 
Just finished the demo. This is a good, challenging puzzle game. The name of the game isn't that important to me, what matters is a gameplay, and that was addictive.