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Do Not Feed the Monkeys

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Developer: Fictiorama Studios
Publisher: Alawar Premium, BadLand Publishing
Edition: Standard
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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)

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OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 2 GHz processor
Memory: 2 Gb RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 512 Mb of VRAM
Directx: Version 11 or later
Storage: 1.8 Gb available space
Interface Language: English, Русский (Russian), Deutsch (German) + 3 more
File Size: ~256 Mb
Standard Edition

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#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"
#4 werekitty Гости
Engaging puzzle game that keeps you coming back for more. Can easily waste hours on it and has a ton of replayability.
#3 Del Mingus Гости
This is an interesting idea for a game. You join a club that gives you access to hidden cameras which allow you to observe different people and gather info on them. You can sell some info back to the club when they request or use it for your own means, whether thats blackmailing or helping the people your observing its up to you.

I like that most cameras you unlock are basically a self contained story with multiple outcomes depending on what you do or don't do. You get different ones for each playthrough and there's multiple endings to the overall game too. A playthrough can be completed pretty quickly too.

There is some meter balancing to do in between so you need to eat and sleep to keep those meters up, as well as work to earn rent money and money to buy access to more cameras. I didn't enjoy this as much but there is at least an option to make things easier if you want to focus less on this at the cost of unlocking achievements. So it's nice that the choice is there.

Overall Do Not Feed The Monkeys is a pretty good game and worth checking out if it sounds interesting to you.
#2 threepwood Гости
Eerie vibe at first, but before long I couldn't get enough of it.
The mechanics of the game are to watch video feeds for clues, click to add the clues to your notebook then follow up on them as you see fit. Your (in-game) tools: a search engine, an email client, a chat client, a phone, an e-commerce web site, your video console's night-vision and recording functionality and a 'shock TV' show that you can collaborate with.
You also manage some resources: money, health and sleep. There are paid jobs you can fit into your schedule as you see fit and a few ways to acquire food. And really, your attention (as the player) might be the other resource you have to manage, as the in-game distractions can pile up.
Put this all together and you get something that I found hugely engaging. It's the little stories that develop in the video feeds - especially if you decide to interact with them, which is what the game means by "feeding the monkeys" - those stories were what kept me coming back until it seemed I'd seen everything the game had to offer.
Overall I would recommend this game. Both the premise & mechanics are pretty cool. I think this game has a lot of potential and I would readily buy a DLC with more interactive rooms or a sequel that was a little more involved. The game itself is rather short (~2-3hrs to beat it) but the way it's set up makes the 2nd or 3rd replay as novel and fun as the first. However, it gets pretty repetitive/boring on the 5th or 6th playthrough because you get to a point where every room is one you've done before, sometimes twice. Sure you can try slightly different endings for each room, but most of these are at the end of the room's decision tree so most of the interaction ends up being the same.