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The popular and acclaimed Super Monkey Ball series comes to the Nintendo DS with the latest installment, Super Monkey Ball: Touch and Roll! Use the Nintendo DS touch screen to play in a whole new way by controlling the ball directly with your stylus. All of the most popular features of the highly addictive Super Monkey Ball series return for Touch and Roll, with 100 puzzling new stages and two new party games for up to four players! The new party games support the Nintendo DS Download function, letting up to three friends play along with you, even if they don't have their own copies of Touch and Roll.
Super Monkey Ball™: Banana Blitz for Nintendo Wii
$9.49 - $129.34
pros: Many levels to challenge all ages Variety of mini games for the kid at heart.
cons: The music is somewhat boring, more bonus stages could have helped with less repetition.
monkey ball is addictive
Super monkey ball Banana Blitz has decent graphics, good challenge for multiple age levels.&nbs... See Full Review
pros: Fun action type game that uses the Wiimote well.
cons: Blaring soundtrack, some mini-games don't work well.
Fun (for a while) with a staggering amount of mini-games
Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz - say that ten times. I believe the long name is a result of th... See Full Review
pros: Some fun games, fun for a few weeks
cons: Bad controls, glitches, short
The monkey madness continues
Super Monkey Ball has been a series since 2000, where it started out in the arcades. In 2001, it mad... See Full Review
pros: Okay level mode and fun mini games
cons: Boring graphics and some confusing controls
Interesting Game with Monkies and Mini Games
This game appealed to me because I enjoyed playing the Kororinpa Marble Madness game for the Wii and... See Full Review
pros: a cool sequel/retelling of the orginal game
cons: Blacks casino
and I thought the orginal one was all ready super
I got G unstar Heroes for the Wii virtual console about a year ago when it came out. The Christma... See Full Review
pros: Lots of mini-games. Main game might be okay for single player.
cons: Mini-games are stupid - couldn't find any fun ones and just gave up
Super Monkey Dumb
I rented this game having had no experience with previous versions on other platforms. I was specifi... See Full Review
pros: Great party games and main game!
cons: Getting play points can be annoying sometimes.
This game is great! The party games are all fun and enjoyable, especially Monkey Target 2. The main... See Full Review
pros: The main game is okay...
cons: Bad controls, party games are bad.
Worst game I've ever played!
I really like the Super Monkey Ball for the Gamecube, but for the Wii, it stinks. For the party game... See Full Review
pros: Loads of new minigames
cons: Horrible control scheme
The monkey ball series is in a bit of a niche genre; it's a very stylized puzzle game that will supr... See Full Review
pros: Excellent control. Loads of levels. Some fun mini-games...
cons: ..and many not so fun mini-games. A bit frustrating at times.
A fantastic game, and some more...
I have been looking at the Monkey Ball series for quite some time, thinking about trying it. Now tha... See Full Review
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Violence|
|ESRB Rating||E - (Everyone)|
|Max. Number Of Players||4|
|Release Date||Q4, 2006|