History VideoGame / ApeEscape

25th Nov '17 7:03:21 PM Jehanna
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[[caption-width-right:300:Your job is to catch some monkeys. [[WithThisHerring Here's a net]]. Go bananas.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:Your job is to catch some monkeys. [[WithThisHerring Here's a net]]. [[LamePun Go bananas.]]]]]]
13th Oct '17 5:26:03 PM ChilledXSocks
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* HomingProjectile: The Homing Bullets for the Slingback Shooter, as well as the homing rockets used against you by green-pants monkeys.
10th Oct '17 5:41:56 PM ChilledXSocks
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* FrickinLaserBeams: Some monkeys carry laser blasters with them. Most notable in the first and third games.
10th Oct '17 5:39:43 PM ChilledXSocks
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** Another monkey in a later level, also in the first game, is called "Droog". [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Think about that for a moment]].
5th Oct '17 10:01:47 AM Rytex
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* InfinityPlusOneSword: The Magic Punch from the first two games.

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* InfinityPlusOneSword: The Magic Punch from the first two games. It can break flashing blocks to open up shortcuts, break damaging obstacles that normally are unbreakable and it functions like a Stun Club except that it knocks monkeys out far longer, greatly simplifying your monkey hunt.
29th Sep '17 7:32:03 AM ChilledXSocks
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** The very next level in the same game has two monkeys named [[Film/TheLittleRascals Spanky and Stymie]].
5th Sep '17 3:09:49 PM ChilledXSocks
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** The monkeys all wear different colored pants, which hints at their nature when you encounter them in a level; yellow = basic grunts, light blue = cowards, navy = insanely-fast speedsters, red = aggressive fighters (and they gain the ability to block your attacks in ''2''), green = nimble monkeys who carry backpacks that fire homing missiles, black = machine-gun toting monkeys with ATeamFiring skills, white = oddball with weird quirks and poor eyesight due to their OpaqueNerdGlasses.

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** The monkeys all wear different colored pants, which hints at their nature when you encounter them in a level; yellow = basic grunts, light blue = cowards, navy = insanely-fast speedsters, red = aggressive fighters (and they gain the ability to block your attacks in ''2''), green = nimble monkeys who carry backpacks with sharp eyesight and [[BackpackCannon Backpack Cannons]] that fire shoot homing missiles, rockets, black = machine-gun toting monkeys with ATeamFiring skills, white = oddball with weird quirks and poor eyesight due to their OpaqueNerdGlasses.
29th Aug '17 8:58:49 AM CosmicFerret
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** ''Ape Escape 3'' features a ''Franchise/MetalGear'' minigame, while the [=PS2=] versions of ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' features a ''Ape Escape'' minigine.

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** ''Ape Escape 3'' features a ''Franchise/MetalGear'' ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' minigame, while the [=PS2=] versions of ''Metal Gear Solid 3'' features a ''Ape Escape'' minigine.
8th Jan '17 4:04:51 PM N8han11
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All three main games are about a super intelligent EvilAlbino monkey named Specter who suddenly gains [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment super-intelligence]] through a hapless professor's [[HatOfPower intelligence-increasing helmet]], who proceeds to [[HilarityEnsues put said helmets on every other monkey in a monkey enclosure and teleport them all over the place]]. Your character's task is to...well, [[GottaCatchThemAll catch them all]].

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All three main games are about a super intelligent an EvilAlbino monkey named Specter who suddenly gains [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment super-intelligence]] super-intelligence through a hapless professor's [[HatOfPower intelligence-increasing helmet]], who proceeds to [[HilarityEnsues put said helmets on every other monkey in a monkey enclosure and teleport them all over the place]]. Your character's task is to...well, [[GottaCatchThemAll catch them all]].
13th Nov '16 3:27:37 PM totoofze47
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* MoneySpider: The Lousy Rats in the second game are a risky variation. They don't count for the trope if you defeat them instantly, but if you let them steal your coins and ''then'' beat them before they get away, they give all of the stolen coins back. And because of the way collected coins briefly increase in value if you collect enough in a row, you can get back ''much'' more money than what was stolen from you.
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