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Hi :)

My name is Robin Vencel, I am an independent games developer and the creator of the Monkey Go Happy series.

www.monkeyhappy.com is completely free and has over 160 html5 stages right now.  I add 2 new point and click stages per week. I personally create these with love and care for my fans. Right now I get about 10,000 visitors day.

If you have any questions please let me know. Thank you for your time.

Robin Vencel

www.monkeyhappy.com

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Wait wut!? This entire series was created by one guy? :o Did you also do the graphics yourself?

I've played a couple of them and they're pretty good as coffee break games. :) Cool artwork and well designed games.

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Cool games. Nice graphics. I noticed that your old games were in Flash (on pencilkids.com), but the ones on monkeyhappy.com are html5. Did you re-code them or used some tool to convert?

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21 hours ago, BdR said:

Wait wut!? This entire series was created by one guy? :o Did you also do the graphics yourself?

I've played a couple of them and they're pretty good as coffee break games. :) Cool artwork and well designed games.

Hi BdR, yes I am the one responsible. I create the ideas, graphics, code them and release them all by myself :) I'm happy you enjoyed them, thanks for the kind words.

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52 minutes ago, Jayesh said:

Cool games. Nice graphics. I noticed that your old games were in Flash (on pencilkids.com), but the ones on monkeyhappy.com are html5. Did you re-code them or used some tool to convert?

Hi Jayesh, Thanks for the interest :) I actually use the Adobe Animate Html5 Canvas to create the stages on monkeyhappy.com from scratch. I do however sometimes also make a flash version recoding them to AS3. The code is quite similar so it doesn't take too much time.

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