One would hazard a guess that the budget of Crazy Monkey wasn’t eye-watering. The design is on the simple side, with bright colours, simply sketched icons and rather basic animations. The reels appear against the backdrop of a sort of jungle. Certainly there’s grass, and the odd flower poking out of the side of the screen. What’s more, a monkey appears below the reels, grinning, rolling his eyes and flailing a banana. It’s hardly the most visually stimulating tableaux, but we’ve seen worse games hit the market. Ultimately, what happens on the reels is what counts.
Along the bottom of the screen, you’ll find all the usual buttons: you can choose to play one, three, five, seven or nine pay-lines. This is also where you’ll find the Bet, Exit, Help and Start buttons. Unfortunately, Crazy Monkey does not include an Autoplay function.
In the game, you can stake a minimum/maximum of one coin per line. The minimum coin value is one, the maximum is 25. Thus, you bet anywhere between one and 225 credits on each spin of the reels. To increase the wager on each line, simply adjust the values using the Bet button.