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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Pami89, Nov 19, 2008.
Should i replace biiball with monkey ball???
I translate: Should I replace a game with 18 levels which I finished in 20 minutes with a game with 120 levels, which has Nintendo DS quality, is hard and will keep me entertained (or frustrated) for days and weeks?
I'm a bit tired of "should I buy a pizza or a helicopter"-questions
I never played MonkeyBall, but I have to agree with Oliver. BiiBall could never keep my interest for more than a level. Bootant is great, the dev even enters the forums here a lot, but I didn't really like that game.
SMG is ana amazing game with outstanding graphics. Once you get used to the controllers, you never look back
Different games. Just 'cos they both tilt and feature a ball and .. um.. monkeys ... no. um.. shooting no. um..
They both rock. Just in different ways.
How much is SMB now? Looking it up;
(£5.99 / $9.99) vs. (£0.59 / $0.99)
I guess it's kinda hard to justify that premium price for one of the 'older' games at the moment with so many cheap-but-quality items still pouring in. Pity Sega don't seem to believe in discounting older titles or any other sales.
I agree with Oliver except for the "there's 120 lvls in SMB", there's only 110. Also, it is harder than hell to unlock those extra ten levels so u might end up playing only 101 or so...
definitely Super Monkey Ball. I reckon it's hard, but very polished and feels like a real console game - not watered down mobile version.
Plus, it's an iPhone classics!
You should replace it sure, but neither of them are really worth it in my opinion.
For me - SMB no contest, I bought both and SMB is the one I still go back to. So although Biiball was cheaper, SMB has been more value for money. Everything is top notch with SMB - alot of people complain about the controls, but it is just a matter of getting used to them.
Yes, but only if you don't suck at games, it's hard as hell if you don't have patience!
for me, monkeyball is useless. of course you might be more patient than I am.
at the moment I'm really enjoying bike or die, fastlane, quick draw, TBD2, GForce, and a few other newer games.
I hate both games. They don't do much for me at all and had been deleted long ago.
MONKEY BALL RULES! I dont know why the itunes reviews are whining about the controls....they seem to want to have to tilt their iphones 90 degrees to make a small turn or something.
A compromise would be a lite or demo version, but some devs don't like that i suppose, perhaps it lowers sales if people just want to play a level and quit?