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The mission of MY WIFE ROCKS PRODUCTIONS is to develop creative homebrew video game conversions of awesomely unique boardgames. The result is highly replayable games with all the tension, strategy, and unpredictablity of "off the grid" games. While rolling digitized dice is not often thought of as cutting edge gameplay, you will be surprised by how robust and enjoyable these games can be, especially with a bit of patience and imagination.

Spank the Monkey DS

When you work in a junkyard, life is usually slow and dull. But not anymore! A monkey has been sighted high up on a pile of junk where it is wreaking havoc on your work. Your boss has been generous enough to award all recyclable cans in the junkyard to the employee who can get rid of the monkey. Build a tower of junk quicker and higher than your colleagues and the reward will be yours... that is IF you're the first to Spank the Monkey! This single player Nintendo DS conversion of the humorous card game designed by Peter Hansson of Gigantoskop, is chock full of all the monkey spanking charm found in the original card game. (Visit the Gigantoskop Homepage for more details or to purchase an "off the grid" copy.) In addition to the original deck of 120 junk, attack, defense, reinforcement, and special cards, this conversion includes the Monkey Business expansion - 60 additional cards PLUS the coin-based buy/sell gameplay mechanic! Special NDS features include a physics-based die throw via the touchscreen, vertical DS screen graphics ("bookmode"), innovative (and humorous) menu controls, deck view mode, and "realistic" card game touchscreen controls. Approximately 25% of the card actions require further programming, as well as additional sound code, bug fixes, and AI improvements - which may or may not be addressed with future versions.

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