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Monkey Puncher

Monkey Puncher (GBC) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Color
Genre: Strategy
Developer: Taito Corporation
AKA: Saru Puncher (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
EU
12/??/2000
JP
03/24/2000
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Staff Reviews

Monkey Puncher review

Reviewed February 16, 2006

Gary Hartley says: "Choosing either of the two siblings, Kenta or Sumire, make no difference to the overall aim of the game, which is to raise and train a monkey strong enough to topple the Saru group and freeing your imprisoned family. Handily, you happen to obtain a feisty little monkey by the name of Freddy who may very well be your token to glory, vengeance and the possible triggering of Armageddon."
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