Jungle Rumble: Freedom, Happiness, and Bananas for PS Vita
PS Vita

Jungle Rumble: Freedom, Happiness, and Bananas

Feb 10, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Disco Pixel
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Mofongo Tribe lives deep in the jungle. They swing from trees under vast skies. They vie to throw coconuts the furthest. And they pursue the sweet flesh of the banana. Sustenance for the young. Delight for the old. When a rival tribe invades, to steal those bananas, a conflict ignites.

Fight back! Drum on monkeys and drum on trees to swing through the trees. Drum on coconuts and drum on invaders to throw coconuts at invaders. As monkeys muster the dynamic soundtrack swells with intensity, in real time. Send simian soldiers to salvation as the jungle moves to the beat.Jungle Rumble has three worlds to explore. The 'PS Vita' is held vertically to capture the feeling of climbing tall trees deep in the jungle. Push back against the invaders to discover the roots of the conflict. Explore side quests to perfect the rhythms. Earn medals!

Gamer Reviews

17 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
6.22
Zarmena KhanFeb 13, 2015
Jungle Rumble is a classic example of a game that’s best left to a smartphone. If I was reviewing it for a phone, I would have adopted a different tone in my review. But the truth is that it struggles greatly to make its mark on the Vita.
Kevin SchallerFeb 18, 2015
Jungle Rumble appears to function as a back-and-forth of interesting ideas and ho-hum delivery. For a music-based game, the music serves to do the trick; otherwise, it’s grating to the ear. Touching the screen to play is functional, but one-too-simple misstep and you’ll start back over.
lateralus2801Feb 24, 2015
Jungle Rumble: Freedom, Happiness and Bananas sounds good on paper but the execution is flawed and that's a shame. It could have been something special using the Vita's great touchscreen but instead falls flat on its face.

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