After a number of appearances on everything but Android, Super Monkey Ball has finally arrived on our beloved OS. Dubbed as Aside from those two major gripes, Super Monkey Ball 2: Sakura Edition contains more features than you can shake your banana-filled fist at, including time trial, mini-games and at least 100 levels. Those levels aren’t a cake walk either as you’ll see in the first few rounds. Expect some teeth-gritting and some howls of frustration as traps, gaps and time make it their personal mission to see you fail. Just like most of their recent mobile forays, Sega has done well translating their game for mobile consumption. At any time you exit the game, you’ll have a chance to resume from the level where you left off.
If you’ve played the past games in the series, then you owe it to yourself to play this mobile version. If you haven’t, then heed the advice above. You’ll have a rolling good time, and you’ll go bananas! All right… the puns end there.
Give Super Monkey Ball: Sakura Edition a try. Readers easily receptive to vertigo need not apply.