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Do Not Feed the Monkeys

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Developer: Fictiorama Studios
Publisher: Alawar Premium, BadLand Publishing
Edition: Standard
Release Date:
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Languages: English, Русский
Genre: Puzzle Games

The Primate Observation Club is a shadowy organization observing almost everything that happens in the world — from woods and cities to apartments and rooms. You are allowed to join the Club as an observer, whose task is to keep track of activities through hidden surveillance cameras and write down everything you've seen and heard in a special journal.

You have to install a special software on your PC in order to observe the most dangerous monkeys on the planet — humans in their natural environment. You have to get as much information as possible about the surveillance objects by listening to their conversations, studying all situations, analyzing and comparing the data obtained. The main rule of the Club — not a soul should know that you are an observer! But the deeper you immerse yourself in the world of your surveillance objects, the more you are tempted to violate this rule, as sometimes you know about their lives even more than they do! Besides your work can bring you a good income, because you have everything you need for blackmailing! It’s up to you what to choose!

If you are looking for a game where the outcome depends on your actions, then welcome to The Primate Observation Club! But we are kindly asking you for one thing only: do not feed the monkeys!

  • MONITORING strangers through webcams and surveillance cameras!
  • PRYING INTO the private lives of dozens of people you've never met!
  • EXPERIENCING fun, surprising, horrific, and dramatic themed narratives!

P.S. The developers describe the content like this: this game may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work (Nudity or Sexual Content, General Mature Content)

OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 1.5 GHz processor
Memory: 2 Gb RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 512 Mb of VRAM
Directx: Version 9.0 or later
Storage: 700 Mb available space
Interface Language: English
File Size: ~256 Mb

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#14 Игнат Гости
Я посмотрел возрастное ограничение игры оно18+
#13 Allen Гости
This game is so good, so addictive and surprisingly very re-playable! Even if you think you've exhausted all of the options of the scenario, more keep coming. I have already done 4 playthroughs and I think I have 2-3 more before I will feel like I'm finished with the game. This game has me laughing, gasping, desperately trying to save or kill's really fun!
#12 Jomryss Гости
This game is very interesting, very unique. I am still playing and trying to get all the achievements and endings, which is going great, and I enjoy it.

The game's primary goal is to observe people through cages (equal to a camera) and either create an optional ending or give required answers to your organisation.
#11 The Bipster Гости
Regardless of what it says for play time, I played this for like 30 minutes and I got real sick of trying to get "What do the circled words mean?!" and... I don't have time for this. I appreciate wanting to seem edgy and 'in medias res' of this life they think they have, but I could have used a quick tutorial to get any sort of idea what I was supposed to do rather than spend 30 minutes wondering "what is even?" Miss me with this crap.
Playing this was like that friend who is so into pokemon that he couldn't fathom anyone not into pokemon and just expects you to know what a squirtle is.
#10 etneveL Гости
Do Not Feed the Monkeys is a "simulator", where you got the opportunity to check how "primates" lives in their natural habitant, meanwhile you have to take care of yourself and keep going with the primates.

What I liked the most is the randomized gameplay. The game stay the same, however the different lives you can check is randomized. Some of them quite boring, a few of them quite dark, some of them quite exciting. Also, solving puzzles or finding out how to deal with different life situations and getting clues are quite interesting too. The game also got lot of Easter eggs and secrets, which is quite fun. Collecting clues are really important in the game, because you can change their fates with those and with your decision. Related to this, there is one thing I didn't quite liked it, which is sometimes you need to over search or hear different conversations to find a clue, even though you know what is that, but the game don't register it, until you found every possible words. Either way, the gameplay part of the game is quite good for sure.

I can say the same about the graphics. It's a bit retro, however there are a few really well made parts about it. Sometimes it's pretty detailed, too. I didn't find any graphical bugs, so it looks fine to me.

About the story, there are lot of different story lines to follow and also, there is yours, too. Some of them are quite interesting and fun to unravel, but few are just beyond stupid. There are different endings for the game too, so it's not bad at all, but you need to more than one playthrough to get most of it.

Sound design is another magnificent part of the game. There are not too many sounds, however when you are in your apartment, you can listen your neighbors and others in the house and sometimes it's so realistic, I thought the sounds from the game coming from my neighbors. Pretty awesome. I missed some music in the game, however it's still good enough.

The controls are really easy. You mostly need to use the mouse and at the beginning, the game tells you exactly what you need to use throughout the whole game, which is not difficult at all.

Do Not Feed the Monkeys is a really interesting and sometimes difficult game. One playthrough is not really long, however you need to do multiple playthroughs to understand the game completely. It has lot of original values and secrets, definitely worth to check it out and I recommend the game to get it. I can even get it for the full price.
#9 Jag Of Troy Гости
Not many games will have me coming back for more but the way they went about very simple ideas made this game engaging and fun.
It's a time-management sort of game so if you love that genre, pick this one up. If you enjoy games with a more cerebral theme behind it, this is also good for that reason.
My only complaint is that the game's "campaign" feels rather short so it forces you to need to restart and go through all the initial intro stuff over again.
#8 taneilleroach Гости
Love this game SO much. I just wish there were some more 'cages', you can only really play it two or three times and then it gets too repetitive.
#7 Win91 Гости
This game is difficult to try to explain without ruining it. I'll just say it's interesting what people do when they think no one is watching them...
#6 obey Гости
This is an unusual retro pixel game which consists mostly of a desktop/job simulator with a quirky theme, you're in an illuminati club and you watch people through hacked webcams. You need to collect various words to conduct web searches and solve puzzles in the game.

It's an interesting concept although it's very vague and unclear about what you're supposed to be doing at any given time. They chose to use obsolete retro pixel "art" as a substitute for contemporary PC graphics. It's unclear if this is due to lack of budget or talent, regardless, the overall visual quality of the game is extremely low as a result. It wasn't for any specific desire to create an authentic appearing retro game, because they don't use retro pixel graphics everywhere, which is a tacit admission that they know pixel "art" looks bad, but they chose it anyway because it's a lazy substitute for doing the artwork properly.

As usual it's a shame to see an interesting concept ruined by sloppy/lazy implementation. Despite the lazy copout on the "art", they're charging a hefty $7 for this, which would get you games with 3D graphics from companies that hired an artist, so I have to go ahead and recommend people buy one of those games instead of this.
#5 SACP Гости
Very interesting concept, I was pulled into multiple story lines playing out on the cameras and was very excited to see how they played out. And with some simple puzzle solving you can usually complete the cases without any outside guides. Visuals are great, simplistic but some great pixel art. My only *ONLY* complaint, is that some of the "keywords" or information that I'm aware of, wouldn't tie together in ways I would have liked, or I had already pieced it together, but still had to click a random word to "Finish the bubble"