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Loot Monkey: Bling Palace Fact Sheet

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Description

Don't step in the vomit!

Loot Monkey: Bling Palace is the sequel to Loot Monkey, a 2D, flip-screen platformer that tests your wits and your patience.

Set in the Bling Palace of the Evil Overlord, you play as orange monkey servant Dougie and must visit every room of the Bling Palace to collect all the loot that has been left lying around following a big party.

Dougie must avoid moving enemies as well as static hazards including copious piles of toxic-looking vomit. Dougie can explore any room in the Bling Palace in any order as he has access to all the rooms.

As a sequel there are the same features as the original Loot Monkey (including the practice mode) as well as loads more rooms to explore, more enemies to avoid, lots of bling to collect, high scores and a lot more loot to collect.

Loot Monkey: Bling Palace is a long-form game very much in the style of Jet Set Willy complete with original cheesy 1980s synth music and bizarre enemies.

Be a clever, brave monkey and gather the master's loot and don't step in the vomit.

Features

The Bling Palace
  • Sprawling palace with themed sections.
  • Vomit everywhere.
  • Many enemies and hazards.
  • Conveyor belt platforms.
  • Bling all over the place.
  • Zoom mode with in-game overlay.
  • High Scores for each mode.
GamePlay
  • Very easy controls.
  • Non-linear exploration.
  • Every room is a new challenge.
  • Lots of loot lying around.
Aesthetic
  • Bold and varied graphics.
  • Rich photographic backgrounds.
  • Clean UI with in-game overlay.
  • Voice acting for Evil Overlord.
  • Cheesy 1980s synth music.

System Requirements

  • Windows, Mac, Nintendo Switch.
  • Mouse and keyboard (Windows/Mac).
  • DPad / Joystick / JoyCon (Switch).
  • Runs well on nearly all set-ups from the last few years.
  • No internet required.

About Tackorama and Loot Monkey: Bling Palace

Tackorama creates absurd video games because fun should never be taken seriously.

Loot Monkey: Bling Palace was created to improve upon the original Loot Monkey as well as to create a highly structured game with defined areas and themes. Tons of polish went into Loot Monkey: Bling Palace in terms of character control, UI, room challenges, scale, scope, and overall details for a better game.

Loot Monkey: Bling Palace was also coded for desktop computers and the Nintendo Switch from the start, making development a lot smoother. Once again most of the time was spent on level creation and refinement as these are the crucial core experience.

A third Loot Monkey game has not been ruled out, yet.

Why not call it Loot Monkey 2?

  • Because it doesn't convey the strong sense of location and humour that Loot Monkey: Bling Palace does.
  • It's really lazy to do so.