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*[https://www.deviantart.com/terrmedia/art/SRMTHFG-Wallpaper-363628770 Original upload of the wallpaper.]
 
*[https://www.deviantart.com/terrmedia/art/SRMTHFG-Wallpaper-363628770 Original upload of the wallpaper.]
 
*[http://www.parkproductions.co.uk/zeoranger/merch/mags/jetix/jetmag05.htm Site that claims the game was distributed in the UK via JETIX magazine]
 
*[http://www.parkproductions.co.uk/zeoranger/merch/mags/jetix/jetmag05.htm Site that claims the game was distributed in the UK via JETIX magazine]
 
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Revision as of 23:46, 28 July 2018

Power Primate Practice 01.jpg

The only screenshot of Power Primate Practice

Status: Lost

Power Primate Practice is a lost flash game based on the Jetix TV show: Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!

In the game, the player controls Chiro and the monkeys in maze-like stages. Players can change characters by standing on character specific plates, each color represents of the monkey by color (those being yellow, red, green, blue, and black).

The goal of each stage is to get to the exit without getting hit by the skeleton monsters walking around and other various hazards. by changing characters you can unlock color specific doors.

The game used to be available on various JETIX websites, however since JETIX is now defunct, all the sites directing to them are now automatically redirected to various Disney websites.

The only Proof of its existence is a very low-quality screenshot and a fan made wallpaper using sprites from the game. There is a website (parkproductions.co.uk) that claims that the game was featured on a UK edition JETIX Magazine bonus CD, Though no CD has been recovered yet. This CD might be the last chance the game has to be found.

Gallery

Wallpaper originally made by Terrmedia.

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