City Monkey goes bananas on Android

City Monkey goes bananas on Android

Like most of us, you have probably yearned for an pixel-art styled multiplayer game that lets you shoot banana rockets and pineapple grenades at your friends. City Monkey provides that in a Worms-like atmosphere where you can go bananas on your friends.

The violently fun shooter game lets you blow up your friends and random online players through an online ranking system where players meet. The concept is simple, you cannot move, but you must use precision shots and use the force of the wind to knock your enemy out. There are only a few weapons in the game in an effort to keep the game’s simplistic style fun.

The goal of the game is to rank higher and unlock your weapons by climbing the ranks. As your reach different grades in the game your monkey will experience a color change. The more points you score and monkeys you defeat the further up the rankings you will climb.

Can you climb to the top of the leaderboards? You can find City Monkey Multiplayer Shooter on the Google Play store.

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David is an avid tech enthusiast. A graduate of Penn State in Information Sciences and Technology, David has found himself heading business development for a bi-national tech startup based in San Diego, CA but working primarily out of Tijuana, Mexico.

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