Monkey Magic (video game)

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Monkey Magic
Arcade flyer of Monkey Magic.
Arcade flyer of Monkey Magic.
Developer(s) Nintendo R&D1
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Designer(s) Nintendo but see main article
Platform(s) Arcade
Release date(s) 1979
Genre(s) Breakout clone
Mode(s) Single-player

Monkey Magic (モンキー・マジック?) is a 1979 arcade game by Nintendo. It is a Breakout clone and one of Nintendo's earliest arcade games. Some sources[1][2][3] claim that Ikegami Tsushinki also did design work on Monkey Magic. Players control a paddle to hit the ball at a large amount of blocks shaping a monkey's face. Players can also earn different amounts of points by catching blocks that fall, as well as hitting the ball in different places.

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  1. ^ "Company:Ikegami Tsushinki - GDRI :: Game Developer Research Institute". Gdri.smspower.org. Retrieved 2011-04-21. 
  2. ^ ドンキーコング裁判についてちょこっと考えてみる Thinking a bit about Donkey Kong, accessed 2009-02-01
  3. ^ It started from Pong (それは『ポン』から始まった : アーケードTVゲームの成り立ち sore wa pon kara hajimatta: ākēdo terebi gēmu no naritachi?), Masumi Akagi (赤木真澄 Akagi Masumi?), Amusement Tsūshinsha (アミューズメント通信社 Amyūzumento Tsūshinsha?), 2005, ISBN 4-9902512-0-2.

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