Submitted by Buff1044 988d ago | review

Banana Kong Review (Modojo)

Chris Buffa (Modojo): FDG Entertainment's Banana Kong lacks the visual impact of Nintendo's Donkey Kong Country, but it's hard to deny the influence of the 1994 Super Nintendo classic. This side-scrolling endless-runner puts you in control of a gorilla exploring a detailed jungle filled with hazards, from crocodiles and piranhas to airplane wreckage and rocks. Meanwhile, there's a huge avalanche of bananas approaching from the left side of the screen, so it's in your best interest to keep the ape on the move. OK, so that's somewhat of a departure from DKC, but at the very least, it's the closest iOS users will get to playing that type of platformer on their iPhones and iPads. (Banana Kong, iPad, iPhone) 4/5

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