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Monkey Tiles

Started by drunnells, September 16, 2016, 05:03:08 pm

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I finally got around to making another game with Platino! Ready for some feedback!

Monkey Tiles is a tile matching game with a twist! Draw a line to connect sets of all three types of monkeys (Hear No Evil, See No Evil and Speak No Evil). Monkey Tiles is easy to play, but it will take some quick thinking and a little luck to score high through all three rounds and get on the daily leaderboard!

iOS: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/monkey-tiles/id1152163011?ls=1&mt=8
Google Play: http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dustinrunnells.monkeytiles
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M0QBIJH


Man, Dustin, this game is awesome!  I love the concept of having to match the same number of each type of monkey - makes it a really fun challenge to do multiple, and I love the happy monkey noise when you match 3 of each!  (That's as high as I managed to get.  It's like a math problem to figure out how to get more at a time!)  Very smart to make each type a slightly different color.  At first I thought maybe a bit more contrast could help, but I got used to it after a minute and was able to make longer chains once I kind of "tuned" my brain to the different monkey colors.

Alright, my one bit of constructive criticism, and this comes from a frustration I had back in 80's when I spent untold hours and quarters in the arcades getting high scores.  I actually managed to get on the leader board, and put my initials - JWG.  But... my initials are actually JWNG!  Man, that always drove me nuts when I had to leave out one of my two middle initials!  Any way you can have it accept more than 3?  Other than that (and it's such a little thing and very specific to me), I love it!

I also like the inclusion of the relatively unobtrusive interstitial ads, by the way.  Great implementation of that.   :D


John, thank you for the feedback! I'll keep the initials thing in mind for the next version, for sure. Working with Platino is always a lot of fun. I can't wait to see what you guys have in store next!

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