Monkey GO Happy Candy
Monkeys really are just like us. They like to spend time with friends and family, hurl their own poop to unwind, and every once in a while, they just gotta have something sweet. In Monkey GO Happy Candy, the latest installment in Pencil Kids' Monkey GO Happy series of point-and-click puzzle games, there are eighty gummy bears hidden throughout a sticky, gooey, syrupy sweet candy world that would make Homer Simpson frolic with delight. They're big and red, and while some are sitting around in plain sight for you to click on, others could be in trees, under bushes, or in even odder places. To find them all, you need to explore and solve puzzles in addition to shaking down everything in the environment to see if it might be hiding a chewy treat. Once you've clicked an item to pick it up, you can just drag it from your inventory to wherever you'd like to try to use it onscreen.
Monkey GO Happy Candy is a little more open than its predecessors, allowing you to explore the areas in any desire you wish. There are still only a handful of actual puzzles since more than half of the gummies are just sitting around in the dirt or hanging out in trees... kids, don't eat candy you find on the ground, no matter what monkeys tell you. (Especially not if monkeys tell you to.) Chances are you'll find it on the easy side, since most items will have a clear use by the time you find them, but toss in a little code solving, and you have a satisfying little break sized snack of a game that'll appeal to just about anyone looking for something light... especially the kids with the game's exceptionally eye-catching theme and colours. Few people do simple and charming, family-friendly point-and-click games as well as Pencil Kids, and Monkey GO Happy Candy is another fine addition to the lineup.
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Gummi bear locations
Dunno how useful this is - if you haven't been keeping track of where you found your, say, 77 gummi bears, you can't really know that the three you're missing are two in the trees at the castle gate and 1 behind the candy on the mountaintop. But it's better than nothing.
Key: p = in plain view; t = in a tree; b = behind a bush; c = behind a candy
Gingerbread house - outside: 5p + 2t + 1b = 8
Crossroads: 5p + 1t + 1b = 7
Ice cream corner: 5p + 1b = 6
Candy castle - outside the gate: 5p + 2t = 7
See-saw: 5p + 1b = 6
Mint mountain - before bridge: 4p + 3t + 1b = 8
Candy apple tree: 5p + 1t + 1b = 7
Gingerbread house - inside: 5p
Mint mountain - path: 3p + 1c = 4
Mint mountain - top: 3p + 1c = 4
Gingerbread house - upstairs: 5p
Candy castle guards: 5p
Candy castle - inside: 5p
Candy castle safe: 3p + 1 extra hidden behind bottom bear
Posted by: Reka | June 29, 2014 5:49 PM