Do Not Feed The Monkeys
Voyeurism for dummies.
Get stuck into this completely crazy Point & Click game and “voyeurism simulator”! Get a job for The Primate Observation Club and spy on the “monkeys” while following the golden rules: never talk about the Club, buy one “cage” every week, and whatever you do, do not feed the monkeys!
Do Not Feed The Monkeys
Are you fascinated with what goes on behind closed doors? Want to unleash your inner “voyeur”? Well, settle down in front of Do not Feed the Monkeys and join the club! In any case, it doesn’t really look like you have a choice. The email from this mysterious club is straight to the point: you’ll have to take control of hacked security cameras that have been placed in the homes of seemingly normal people all over the world, known as “monkeys”.
You have five days to install a certain number of cameras, or you can wave goodbye to your members’ card! Your job is to carefully observe the everyday lives of your subjects in their “cages”, using your control screens to gather as much useful information as possible, which you then sell to the Club. You can then install more surveillance cameras and get on with your little investigations without anyone bothering you.
Make sure you complete as many missions as possible, and never hesitate to buy more cages every week, because them’s the rules. But remember: never mention the Club, and whatever you do, don’t feed the monkeys!
Developed by Fictiorama Studios, Do Not Feed the Monkeys is a Point & Click game that takes the form of a “voyeurism simulator”. With its pixelated graphics and vignettes that are weird, convoluted, and hilarious, it will be a hit with anyone who’s nosy, as well as players who like problem solving and time management more than out and out action.
Its simple but effective gameplay lets you step out of your tiny control room in a single click, and interact with the outside world. For example, your landlord will call for the rent every three days, and you’ll end up spying on plenty of monkeys in order to make ends meet, and be sure to remember to do your shopping, eat, and sleep!
And even if meddling in your subjects’ private lives is strictly forbidden, you’ll soon see that some missions demand a lot more involvement than others! One last tip: Don’t worry about the legality of what you’re doing: ain’t nobody got time for that!