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March 08, 2018

monkey happy stage 165, 166, 167, 168 [browser]

The continuation of the monkey happy point and click adventures by Robin Vencel: here are monkey happy stage 165, stage 166, stage 167 and stage 168.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gah! These are now officially hard :-/

Sample said...

Woah! A happy monkey game with actual music! I can't tell you how much that startled me.

Urban Garlic said...

Extremely minor spoiler alert:

I am weirdly relived that the fish-eating thing makes an appearance in the bonus stage. At the end of his stage, he's still going after the fish, I'm glad he gets away from it at some point.

Anonymous said...

I'm not that enthusiastic about the background music, I wish there was a dedicated button to shut it down, but there's only one shutting down all sounds -_- It's bothering me so much that I prefer playing the game muted, even though I really miss the dings when finding something.

Kiel Blanton said...

Can someone explain the drawing on level 166? How does that relate to the code on the parapet? The walkthroughs I found only show the code, but don't really explain the puzzle.

Anonymous said...

@Kiel Blanton: It's explained in the original walkthrough. There are 6 "big" vertical lines. The value of the first one is 3, the third one is 7. So you get the logical row 3-5-7-9-11-13. The letters above stand for the four parapets. So A is 9, B is 3, C is 13, D is 7. And now you have to bring the letters in alphabetical order, A to D from left to right, you get the correct code: 9-3-13-7.

deCarlo said...

I still love the monkey go happy. But the music absolutely sucks. There should be - as someone already mentioned aove - a dedicated button to mute only the music. Come on Mr. Vencel, this shouldn't be too hard to implement.

Robin Vencel said...

Hi guys :) Thanks for the feedback. I will include a music mute button in the next stages :) Thank for playing my games.

 

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