Be the first to collect a set number of bananas in this kids’ coding game from Code Monkey. This programming game plays two to four players in about twenty minutes and features some really cute three-dimensional components.
Let’s take a look at what’s in the box for the prototype version of this game (spoiler: there’s lots of cute monkey meeples and banana trees).
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A look at a prototype of CodeMonkey Going Bananas:
Description from the publisher:
In CodeMonkey – Going Bananas players control their monkeys in the jungle, trying to be the first to collect a set number of bananas and become the most satisfied (belly filled) monkey of the jungle:) It is a fast paced game of programming, of making the most of ever changing existing conditions in every round, of creating the best coding combos of movements and actions while outwitting your fellow monkeys, and as any monkey needs, a touch of little luck…
CodeMonkey is a fast pace turn based programming game. Each game is unique in its set up creating a different game scenario (jungle design). CodeMonkey is designed as a multi level game, streamlined from easy, with basic options of play, to slowly develop into a challenging game, surprising in gameplay and in its variations and complexity.
I’ve always been a big fan of programming games like Robo Rally and Lords of Xidit and my kids are really into coding, so I’m really looking forward to checking this game out!