by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
It's said that if you cuff a million monkeys typing at random for enough time, you'll eventually get a worthy sequel to Hamlet. Indeed, this acceptance is taken from a forgotten chapter of The Neverending Story (forgotten mainly because it wasn't on that film with a mutt-faced dragon)
How the same publishers of Smurfs' Village have launched a game about creating stories, much in the like of "Once Upon a Time" card game. You have to end every paragraph obeying a specific rule and using the less possible words in order to get more bananas. Bananas are like currency, you can spend them to get power-ups or ignore rules you can't carry out. Stories last for a determined number of turns, and can be played alone -which becomes quickly boring- or against a friend or a stranger online. As you get more stories finished, you'll get better ranks and get access to new paragraphs and monkeys (a moneky version of Stephenie Meyer isn't available yet as far as we know)
Profanity is allowed, so don't ask how Li'l Red Hood ended with three words using W, D and R to start each.
It's free, ad-supported, and there are in-app purchases to get additional theme packs or hints.
Tags: головоломка one million monkeys , www.one million monkey
by Peter , Appszoom
Mar 11, 2013
from 878 reviews