Monkey GO Happy Sci-Fi
I warned you about mini monkeys, bro! I told you dog! I've always maintained that there's something sinister about the itty-bitty monkeys in the Monkey GO Happy games by Pencil Kids. They stare at you with their soulless little eyes, forcing your terrified and sobbing monkey to solve point-and-click puzzles to get them toys, or even just for their own amusement. You thought I was crazy, but in Monkey GO Happy Sci-Fi, you're being held at laser pistol-point by a pair of uniformed mini monkeys, forced to do their bidding by repairing warp drives, busting into secret bases, and more. Sure, you can claim it's a rescue mission all you want, but since when does a rescue mission need weaponry to keep its rescuer in line? Click to interact, and drag items from your inventory at the top of the screen to wherever you want to use them. As with many Monkey GO Happy games, this one will require you to keep your eyes out for the instructions you need to solve lock codes, and they're often hiding in plain sight.
Like the rest of the series, Monkey GO Happy Sci-Fi is short and on the easier side, best suited to a snack-sized break rather than a meaty meal of a challenge. It's actually slightly longer than its predecessors with multiple stages and a mild ramp in complexity, but only slightly. While some of the stages are bigger than others and require some backtracking and exploration, the things you can interact with tend to be so limited that figuring out what to do won't keep you stymied for long. Its overall design, however, is fantastic, with more visually interesting environments than we usually see from the series, and the puzzles themselves are logical and smart in their execution. While a lot of players will find this one over before they know it, and without breaking a sweat, Monkey GO Happy Sci-Fi is clean and well-made, and for people (not just kids!) who want something cute and engaging for just a short while, just the right size.
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