Super Monkey Ball 3D

Console Nintendo 3DS
Publisher SEGA
Genre Platformer
Region EU , JP , US
Views 5,090
Downloads 5,128
Released March 3, 2011
File size 168.32 M
4/5 (1 vote)
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What’s the buzz all about in the Simian universe? There’s a noisy jamboree featuring utterly lovable monkeys, and you’re on the VIP list! This digital shindig lets you roll around solving puzzles, and you can buckle up for high-octane races or flex your muscles in intense brawls. Moreover, with online multiplayer in some game modes, you’re never alone in your monkey adventures; you can pit your skills against a whole planet of primate enthusiasts.


When you first jump into the action, the game serves up the Super Monkey Ball mode—often dubbed the pièce de résistance of this primate fiesta. Here, it’s all about navigating labyrinthine mazes by rolling a transparent ball filled with—you guessed it—a monkey! This isn’t your run-of-the-mill bowl of alphabet soup; it’s a challenging test of skill and problem-solving. You’ll find yourself navigating twisty paths and intricate mazes, all while balancing on the edge of sheer excitement and the occasional frustration. It’s like that old board game “Labyrinth,” only now it’s been modernized and monkey-fied!


Once you’ve had your fill of puzzling and rolling, it’s time to switch gears. Monkey Race is for those who want to blend the joy of arcade racing with the charm of our furry friends. You’ll go wild over how smoothly your vehicle handles and the joyous thrill of pulling off crazy stunts. Let’s face it: You’ve always wanted to see a monkey performing a double backflip while rocketing down the track at 200 mph. Here, that fantasy becomes a reality.


Alright, roll up your sleeves, or in this case, your fur, because it’s about to go down in Monkey Fight mode. Imagine a boxing ring, but instead of two sweaty humans duking it out, it’s agile monkeys throwing punches, kicks, and the occasional banana peel. It’s like “Street Fighter,” but with 100% more primate action and much fewer legal ramifications for actual violence. The one-on-one matches in this mode are an adrenaline-packed way to see who’s the king or queen of the jungle—digitally speaking, of course.


Ah, what if you tire of proving your simian supremacy against computer-controlled foes? This is where the game’s online multiplayer functionality shines like a freshly polished banana. The fun extends invitations for Monkey Race and Monkey Fight to the virtual realm, where you can challenge or team up with players from all over the globe. Forget international diplomacy; this is the way to foster global unity. After all, nothing brings people together like competing to see who can be the most ridiculous monkey in a digital playground.


Now, if you ask folks what they love about this game, you’ll likely get many answers. Some players rave about the tactile controls, which make steering your monkey ball a literal joyride. Others can’t get enough of the vibrant graphics, which are pretty snazzy for a 3DS title. Then there are the fans who simply adore the game’s soundtrack, which is so catchy that it should come with its dance moves. Oh, and let’s not forget about those nifty power-ups in Monkey Race and Monkey Fight modes—because who doesn’t like turning the tide of a race or fight with a well-placed item?

So there you have it: a rollercoaster ride of monkey madness, speed, brawls, and international connectivity. It’s got a little bit of everything, offering a well-rounded experience that leaves players grinning ear to floppy ear. Whether you’re in it for the puzzles, the speed, the fights, or the multiplayer action, this game provides ample opportunities to go wild.

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