Castle Monkey, Older players might remember the 1992 first-person shooter Wolfenstein 3D from Id Software, where players took control of Allied William spy “B.J.” Blazkowicz as he finds his way out of the pottery-turned-Nazi prison. At that time, the game was highly praised for its advanced graphics and tight gameplay.
A newly released fan game called Return to Castle Monkey Ball combines classic first-person shooter with the action-packed gameplay of the Super Monkey Ball, Amusement Vision 2001 about monks rolling in plastic balls and completing obstacle courses. The resulting indie fan game results in a wacky experience that few people knew they needed.
Created by itch.io user as Nickireda, Return to Castle Monkey Ball BJ ditches his usual set of guns and instead rolls around castle halls inside a Monkey Ball. Players have a limited amount of time for each level to move through the stage and reach the exit. Along the way, Castle Monkey, they can collect bananas and various treasures to gain more points so that they can show how good they are at escaping concentration camps while they are rolling into a ball.
Castle halls still crept in with foes bent on keeping BJ from escaping. However, despite being about a third the size of an average Nazi Ranger, B.J. Easily dispatched by colliding with them, which adds more time to the watch. Players will have to navigate eight procedurally generated levels before BJ can release him and enjoy his bananas in peace.