The End Credits / Your Monkey Level FAQ v1.0 (December 9th, 2001 @ 7:16pm) by Matt Russell <email@example.com> Frequently Asked Questions: 1. What is the point of the game during the credits? As far as I can tell there isn't one, other than to provide some form of mild entertainment to get you to actually *watch* the credits. This is similar to movies putting in out-takes and "hidden scenes." Of course, the most important thing about the game is to get a new Monkey Level and submit it! :) 2. How do I skip the end credits game? Simply press A, this can be done at ANY time during the end credits. Kulesa says, "The first time you beat a mode you have to run through the hallway." Anyone want to confirm this? 3. How are you getting so many bananas? My basic technique is to run along the side of the track until the bananas appear. Then I'll bounce back and forth until the letters start dropping, at this point, if there is time I get myself right next to a wall to reduce the number of letters I hit. And repeat. 4. How are you getting so few bananas? My technique for this is running straight ahead until the letters start dropping keeping a rough picture of the depth that each letter has dropped, then I work from left to right trying to hit each one of them. Specials Notes: 1. Sometimes, very rarely, letters will land in the same space and overlap in an interesting way. For example: The letter T _____ and the letter Y __ __ will overlap to make _____ |_ _| \ \/ / | | | | \ / \ / | | || | | |_| || |_| 2. Clumps of letters in close proximity will actually bounce you forward instead of backward. It's typically a good idea to avoid these clumps unless you are trying to reach a certain monkey level and you really need to be knocked down 20+ bananas. Your Monkey Level is: -4499 to -4000: Ring-Tailed Lemur -3999 to -3500: Ruffed Lemur -3499 to -3000: Indris -2999 to -2500: Avahi -2499 to -2000: Vereaux's Sifika -1999 to -1500: Slender Loris -1499 to -1000: Slow Loris -999 to -500: Potto -499 to 0: Bush Baby 1 to 25: Thick-Tailed Bushbaby 26 to 50: Aye-Aye 51 to 75: Western Tarsier 76 to 100: Pygmy Marmoset 101 to 125: Cotton-Top Tamarin 126 to 150: Emporer Tamarin 151 to 175: Golden Lion Tamarin 176 to 200: Goelidi's Marmoset 201 to 225: Bare-Face Uakari 226 to 250: Mat-Faced Saki 251 to 275: Black Howler Monkey 276 to 300: Red Howler Monkey 301 to 325: Spider Monkey 326 to 350: Humboldt's Woolly Monkey 351 to 375: Douroucouli 376 to 400: Tiki Monkey 401 to 425: Squirrel Monkey 426 to 450: Brown Tufted Capuchin 451 to 475: Abyssian Black and White Colobus 476 to 500: Dusky Langur 501 to 525: Hanuman Langur 526 to 550: Douc Langur 551 to 575: Silver-Leaf Monkey 576 to 600: Golden Snub Nosed Monkey 601 to 625: Proboscis Monkey 626 to 650: White-Collared Mangabey 651 to 675: Patas Monkey 676 to 700: Grey Cheeked Mangabey 701 to 725: Talapoin Monkey 726 to 750: Bonnet Monkey 751 to 775: Stump-Tailed Macaque 776 to 800: Pig-Tailed Macaque 801 to 825: Lion-Tailed Macaque 826 to 850: de Brazza's Monkey 851 to 875: Savanna Monkey 876 to 900: Long-Tailed Macaque 901 to 925: Japanese Macaque 926 to 950: Black Ape 951 to 975: Yellow Baboon 976 to 1000: Hamadryas 1001 to 1025: Mandrill 1026 to 1050: Gelada Gibbon 1051 to 1075: White Handed Gibbon 1076 to 1100: Capped Gibbon 1101 to 1125: Moloch Gibbon 1126 to 1150: Siamang Gibbon 1151 to 1175: Orangutan 1176 to 1200: Chimpanzee 1201 to 1225: Gorilla I believe that negative levels occur every 500 points and positive levels occur every 25. If this assumption is correct then the chart is complete from -4500 to 1225! Please keep in mind that this is not guaranteed to be a complete or accurate list, some of this information is coming from people on the net so I can't be 100% sure that it's correct. If you have a score that doesn't match up PLEASE let me know so I can make changes. Please include a name you would like to be credited by or else I'll use the part before the @ in your email address. Contributors: Ndolger, RockMFR 3, yoshifan18, DarkDragon97, Kirbymasta888, Biotechnician, tgeek12, SCR66488, fathead, silverback, chonkgronkquisis, kulesa.
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