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  2. Monkey Quest was an MMO geared toward children's multi-player gameplay. 1 It was developed by Nickelodeon Virtual Worlds Group and launched March 17, 2011. 2 It was showcased at GDC in 2011. 1 Monkey Quest was shut down on September 26, 2014 so that Nickelodeon could focus on other digital and mobile experiences.
Monkey Quest
Developer(s)Behaviour Interactive, Nickelodeon Virtual Worlds Group
Publisher(s)Nickelodeon
EngineUnity
ReleaseMarch 17, 2011
Genre(s)MMO, Fantasy
Mode(s)Multiplayer

Monkey Quest was a massively multiplayer online game geared toward children's multi-player gameplay.[1] It was developed by Nickelodeon Virtual Worlds Group and launched March 17, 2011.[2] It was showcased at GDC in 2011.[1] Monkey Quest was shut down on September 26, 2014 so that Nickelodeon could focus on other digital and mobile experiences. The Monkey Quest: Thunderbow app was also removed from the App Store on July 31, 2014.[3]

Story[edit]

The game took place in the land of Ook. The Monkey King was dying and you needed to explore the MASSIVE world and find a way to cure him. Throughout the world you would meet many inhabitants and complete more quests than were possible. The player needed to complete multiple quests along the way. They could meet friends, buy new objects, visit the Mayor Bumbee, battle monsters and much more. As the user played, their monkey unlocked more lands, discovered more about the legendary Monkey King, and could even become the leader of a tribe.[4]

Tribes[edit]

There were five monkey tribes available:

  • The Chim Foo
  • The Sea Dragons
  • The Ootu Mystics
  • The Ice Raiders

And the fifth and final tribe, the Mek-Tek (Mechanical Technology). This tribe was never playable as the game was shut down before it was released.

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Quests[edit]

There were a large number of Quests available throughout the game. There were 4 different kinds of Main Quests could only be done once by every player. As the player leveled up their character, main quests would become more difficult to complete.

Daily Quests[edit]

Daily Quests could be done once a day by any player, regardless of their current level.

Side Quests[edit]

Side Quests - Quests that could be done in addition to the other quest types.

Multiplayer Quests[edit]

Quests that required 2 or more players. Most of these only required 2, but some required 3 players. A Pet could also help in these quests.

Stages[edit]

There were 6 kinds of Quests in Monkey Quest. Each type depended on which section of Ook the player is in.

  • Mek-Tek (Mechanical Technology), was never available to begin with, due to the fact that the game was shut down before it was ever released.
  • Sea Dragons
  • Ootu Mystics
  • Chim Foo
  • Ice Raiders
  • Bikini bottom

Due to an update, all players (non-members and members) could access trails. This followed the deletion of NC Trail Keys and Guest Passes.

Gameplay[edit]

Controls[edit]

To explore the worlds of Ook, players used the arrow keys on their keyboard. Jumping was controlled by pressing the space bar and pressing the arrow keys whilst jumping allowed the player to jump in that direction. Pressing the space bar then the down arrow whilst in midair made the character do a dive bomb towards the ground. The player could also press either the CTRL key or the X key on their keyboard whilst facing an in-game NPC to either access new quests or obtain various information about Ook and its residents. The game had five equippable hot keys (C, V, B, N, and M) to control weapons, potions, pets and any other items players wished to access quickly.

Currency[edit]

There were two types of currency in Monkey Quest. The main type of currency was bananas, which were commonly earned from quests and could be used at a vendor to buy items, whilst the other currency, NC (Nick Cash) could be bought with real money or could be earned by leveling up and could be used to buy items from the NC mall which was located at the bottom right corner of the screen in Monkey Quest.

Membership[edit]

There were membership plans that allow players to pay real life money for special features in the game such as access to all trails, the ability to join each tribe, along with accessing certain areas only available to paid members.[5]

Possibility of a film adaptation[edit]

In August 2012, Variety reported that Paramount Animation (which like Nickelodeon is owned by Viacom) was in the process of starting development of several animated movies with budgets of around US$100 million. According to Variety, the intellectual property for these films, which is to be supplied by Nickelodeon among others, included Monkey Quest.[6]

There hasn't been any word of the movie since it was first announced 2012, which means it is either stuck in developmental hell, or is scrapped altogether.

Closure[edit]

On August 14, 2014, Nickelodeon announced that after 4 years of operation, Monkey Quest was being shut down permanently on September 26, 2014. Subsequently, every player was given membership for the remaining time of the game. Players were offered refunds for their memberships if they contacted Nickelodeon within a given time before the game shut down. The website was also updated with a closing message on the index page. The Monkey Quest website did not close until January 30, 2016. The game remained open for a month after the announcement, finally closing on the set date, September 26, 2014. After the game's closure, Monkey Quest's website was updated with a new FAQ to help with billing support and inform users about the game's closure. Monkey Quest's site, monkeyquest.com, now redirects to Nickelodeon's Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/nickelodeon.

References[edit]

  1. ^ abNickelodeon Enters MMO Games Space with ‘Monkey Quest’. Website. Retrieved on 2009-03-17
  2. ^'Monkey Quest News'. Nickelodeon. Archived from the original on March 26, 2011. Retrieved February 7, 2018.
  3. ^'Monkey Quest'. Nickelodeon. Archived from the original on September 28, 2014. Retrieved February 7, 2018.
  4. ^MMOgameingsite Review of Monkey Quest. Website. Retrieved on 2009-03-19
  5. ^'Archived copy'. Archived from the original on 2013-06-30. Retrieved 2013-05-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^Graser, Marc; Kroll, Justin (17 August 2012). 'Paramount ramping up animation slate'. Variety. Retrieved 17 August 2012.
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Monkey Quest 2 Free Download

Note: For easy configuration, download MonkeyBuddy!
Also if you don't want to use MonkeyQuestLog, simply disable it.

Quest

Hello MonkeyQuest User!

The MonkeyQuest AddOn for World of WarCraft displays quests and their objectives in a nice drag able frame in a very customizable way.

Features:

  • Mousing over quests shows the overview in a tooltip.
  • Option to display the quest overview if there's no objectives.
  • Clicking on quests brings up the real quest log with that quest selected.
  • Displays the quest level in the quest title.
  • Elite quests display a ' ' in the level of the quest.
  • Completed quests show a '(Completed)' in the quest title.
  • Quest area headers are displayed.
  • Clicking on a quest area header collapses or expands it.
  • Check boxes next to quests allow hiding/showing of that quest.
  • Check box to toggle displaying collapsed quest area headers and hidden quests.
  • Close and minimize buttons.
  • Quest objective coloring.
  • Quest objective coloring for special 'friendly/hostile' type objectives.
  • Special quest objective coloring for 'find an area' type objectives.
  • Nice font for increased readability.
  • No additional buttons or options are displayed in the real quest log.
  • Option to always hide quest area headers.
  • New slash command for hiding the border.
  • Key bindings for toggle hidden, minimize, and close.
  • Slash command to change the expand direction, up or down (thanks Diungo)
  • Shift-left clicking on quests to add the quest name to the chat edit box if it's open.
  • Shift-right clicking on quests to add your current quest objective data to the chat edit box if it's open.
  • Option to display the number of free quest slots.
  • Lockable frame.
  • Option to display quest titles colored by difficulty. (thanks Pkp)
  • Option to hide completed quests.
  • Option to hide completed objectives.
  • Ctrl-Left clicking on quests to share that quest with party members.
  • Ctrl-Right clicking on quests to abandon that quest, after a confirmation dialog box.
  • Integration with MonkeyBuddy for configuration.
  • Font size setting.
  • Option to turn off right-click to open MonkeyBuddy.
  • Option to hide the title buttons.
  • Quest Items now show up in tooltips. Mousing over targets you need for quests will show 'Quest Item XX/YY' in the tooltip. Same for items you need for quests.
    (** Currently doesn't update if MonkeyQuest is closed or minimized **)
  • Dungeon quests display a 'd' in the level of the quest.
  • Raid quests display an 'r' in the level of the quest.
  • Party members show up in the quest overview tooltip. If they have that quest they'll be displayed in the 100% objective color.
  • If the current sub-zone name appears in the quest overview, the quest will highlight.

Slash Commands:

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See included ReadMe.txt for slash commands or use MonkeyBuddy to configure your MonkeyQuest.