Gimme the Bananas is a very fun game, it's in the genre of video games called “mash ups”. It mixes two types of games, spaceoverload on the PC/Mac from 1987, and Bananas Flyin' on the Atari 2600. This old arcade game (where this game was developed) was released twice (in English) with the games 3D World and Racing Madness as the names. It is also known with the name Headstomper. Your main objective with this game is to catch Bananas out of the air. You can make little complex patterns using the keys in the upper left corner of the screen. You can hold down a key to bind a sequence of actions. Land on a banana and either run or jump off it to make the next object fall, or avoid objects in order. Every starfall brings you a bonus point. If you land on a special colored banana, it will give you an extra bonus point.
Having the awesome torque rotation in this game is amazing. The description of the game itself in the manual are referring to a mess with the bananaberry, it is not in the 2LittleIndians album with English Subs
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