Benji Bananas – another banana game

If you love bananas then you will have really many of them in a free Android game called Benji Bananas. What is there else to do than collect them, right?

Benji Bananas offers much more though. The game is fast-paced and offers plenty of action. You take the role of a monkey sent on a banana collecting quest to please its monkey girlfriend. Expect to jump, use vines to fly from one to another, make use of the environment to advance further and more. But you should be careful, at least a little as there are obstacles and simply deadly dangers that lie ahead of you such as snakes pretending to be vines, animals that try to take you down (that is kill you as touching the ground is the END for you) but there also are some other animals and tools that help you. Collect as many bananas as you can and then use them to buy power-ups after certain levels. Then imagine all this wrapped in nice graphics and sound and you get the picture.

We can’t say anything bad about this wonderful game which we enjoyed very much except that the game sound tended to skip here and there but it could be just us and not the game.

Go collect bananas right here on Google Play.

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