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Super Monkey Ball

Super Monkey Ball
  • Price: $2.99 In Apple Store
  • Category: Games
  • Updated: 2009-06-29
  • Current Version: 1.0.3
  • 1.0.3
  • Size: 36.30 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Sega America
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 2.0 or later
  • © SEGA
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Description

Let’s roll!  Guide a cute little monkey encased in a transparent ball to victory by tilting and rolling him through a variety of slopes and turns. You must navigate a large variety of obstacle courses to reach goal lines within set time limits. ….. Read more

What's New in Version 1.0.3

- Added "More SEGA Games" button

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Rated 2/5 based on 3 customer reviews.

 

0/5 stars
not worth it

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Ok, I am not complaining cause the game is too hard. I'm complaining cause the program acts very laggy in response to your tilts and stuff. It's seconds behind which kinda makes it unfun (it doesn't feel like you are tilting the world vs. trying to get a computer to respond to your inputs).

If you want a similar but much more fun game, try Manic Marble. It's hard (which is good cause you only get four levels which is why I tried this game that came with more) but the controls are much more responsive and it is much more fun.

I thought maybe people were right that the people complaining about the control on this game just weren't good at it but I found I wish I had listened to them and not wasted the money (and maybe spent the money on the non free version of Manic Marble (which has a free version so you can try for yourself to see how much better the controls are). There's a difference between being frustrated cause something is too hard and frustrated cause you feel like you are not doing well cause the computer is not responding to your input. I wouldn't even say this game is frustrating more than just not fun.

5/5 stars
Addicting

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This game is very fun and addicting. I always play Racing live and than I have to wait until stuff refills... Now I have stuff to do when I'm waiting.

This game is totally worth the money that it's at now so I say buy this gameThe graphics are good, there's 100 levels ( I think ) so this game is in my top 5 apps.

I have the iPod touch and it's kinda hard to control it but I'm getting the Han of it now so it just makes it more challenging for me.

Overall this is a great game and the price is just right.

2/5 stars
Great Game... Terrible Controls

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The game is amazing. Good graphics, good levels, great music, etc... I have played more than 2/3rds of the boards, and am not complainging that the game itself is too hard. Just that the controls are terrible.

The over-sensitivity is a problem that MANY people have complained about. Instead of fixing this issue, Sega insists that they know best, and proceed to update the app again and again without making the controls less sensitive. Very frustrating.

If you want a fun game, this is it. But understand that the controls are not optimum. Prepare to be patient with them. This would easily be a five star app if the controls were not so sensitive.

Once you get the hang of it, it is fun. However, because it only takes a very slight over-correction to lose control, just the smallest over-tilt, and you completly lose your handle. Then you have to take a few moments to get it tilted back to center. The difference in movement between too far, and just right is barely perceptable.

I suppose it shows off just how sensitive the iPhone accelerometer is, but not good for gaming. That said, I will keep playing it. But I pleed with Sega to listen to their users, and have the good sense to give us what we want. Either make the darn thing less sensitive or allow us to do it ourselves. Then the literally several hundred comments on the Internet about how the controls are not callibrated very well, will go away, and your users will be much happier.

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