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Sign this petition to bring MiniMonos back on iOS!

Hi everyone!

I’m back! 🙂

Me and Davidp81 from MiniMonos have decided to start a petition to bring back MiniMonos, but this time on iOS devices!

Here’s why:

To many, MiniMonos was a place where you could go to make friends, learn about the environment and have fun at the same time! In May 2013, MiniMonos announced that due to the shift in technology, more children are playing games on iOS devices and unfortunately MiniMonos (an online virtual world on the computer) had to close down!  We started this petition because very recently, competing virtual world, Club Penguin opened the game on iOS devices! We hope that if this petition goes well, MiniMonow can re-open on iOS devices, and maybe even one day on the computer again! We know it’s very unlikely that this petition will be successful, we just hope that it makes an impact!



We are trying to get 50 signatures! Please help us if you really miss MiniMonos and want it back just at much as we do!

-Tommypp and Davidp81

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I miss you all so much and Pop Lock’N’Rooooll!

Hi Monkeys!

How is everyone? Going well?

Well…. I’m back! 🙂

So excited to be able to tell you that MiniMonos will officially be releasing a brand new game, yes it’s a new game, but it’s not a virtual world, not this time at least!

They are bringing us an open-source trading card and dice game mixed together!

Think of a trading card game like Magic the Gathering, but you don’t hold the cards in your hand, instead you slot them onto the faces of a large dice. When it’s your turn to go you take a card from one of the faces of your dice and play it, then you roll the dice. Using whatever special powers the card gives you and the number you roll you try to beat your opponent over a series of rolls – blasting away cards from their dice and the deck that replenishes the cards on their dice. Whoever runs out of cards first, is the loser!

Click here to download the rules!

This is one of our prototypes for the a Rumble Bot design. It's still being refined for ease of construction - Why not print and make it, we'd love your feedback.

This is a prototype version for the Rumble Bot design!

Slides - These slot onto your Rumble Bot and give the game its depth. We're just getting underway with one of our biggest tasks, which is converting all our little scrawled but highly playable Slides into great looking, easy to understand components.

The above image is of the slides!

This sounds SO AWESOME! Even more exciting, you can donate to the new game here!

Why should you donate to the new game:


As Pop Lock’N’Rooooll progresses with the designs we have we’re constantly making little tweaks, and every tweak needs to be tested in the only way we know how – by printing a version and building it. As time goes by we’re working our way through plenty of paper and pots of glue quite quickly. But that cost is nothing compared to printer ink, which always runs out when we need it most (which is always). And so far we’ve only got a couple of Rumble Bots designed, so who knows how much paper, glue and ink we’ll have used by the time we launch.

Without your generous help there’s no way we can get Pop, Lock ‘n’ Rooooll to the standard we need to in order to launch it on the world.

Please give generously to this amazing new game — MiniMonos Time can’t wait until it’s available!! 😀


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EXCLUSIVE: New Footage of Zinky drawing new items for MonkeyMe!

Hey Monkeys!

I’ve got an exclusive for you today!

The MiniMonos Team have been up to some top-secret stuff lately….. more to be revealed later!!

Today, though, Zinky has revealed all new footage of herself drawing some cool looking items for MonkeyMe!

Take a look below:

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I think it looks amazing! She put so much effort into that! Go Zinky!!

I can’t wait to see it and I’ve been promised that a new MonkeyMe update is coming very soon…. stay tuned!

P.S: I heard it’s featuring something that lots of Monkeys would of definitely heard of…… hmm!!



MiniMonos Farewelled Today! More EPIC news regarding MiniMonos Time!

Hello Monkeys!

I have a mixture of news for you today! Lots of information for you to take in so please have you thinking caps on!

First of all, MiniMonos had a fantastic farewell earlier today, a big successful farewell for MiniMonos!

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We even got a visit from the very first EcoMom! (I think it was her!!)

It was very exciting to see her again for the last time!

Second of all, I have a big announcement to make, the following announcement will make you quite exciting and I know what some of your emotions will be like! Please read on:

MiniMonos Time WILL definitely be staying for a long long time! Very exciting news comes from the team at MiniMonos Time today!!

MiniMonos may be gone (hopefully not forever!), but MiniMonos, as you probably know will be working on new apps!

MiniMonos Time will be a network of information for all the news and information you need on all of the new MiniMonos apps!

MiniMonos Time will be having exclusive interviews with the team who create these amazing apps and I promise I will still be the same person!

Over the next month, I need you to understand that little may happen as the MiniMonos Team (the ones who are staying on) will be very busy, I heard they are changing to a smaller office so please let them have time to set up this new office and get organized!

After that, the production for all these awesome new apps will begin! I already know that there is definitely one app in the works currently!

They call it “MonkeyRanger”! MonkeyRanger is being developed by both the MiniMonos Team and Nokia!! Check out the exclusive sneak peek video below:

(Sorry that it is only a link!)

I am super excited for this! 😀 It looks really cool!

I also heard…. BadgerFox is going to create a new project!! Although I am not entirely sure if this is true, he said he would maybe see us in his next project (Which makes me think it’s a Virtual World because he said “See us”!)

I am really happy with what I am doing! Tinkatolli Temple by Tommypp and BrettAxley will still be available, too! 🙂

-Tommypp and the MiniMonos Time Team

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Special xPower Cannister at Leatherback Lagoon!

Hey Monkeys!

VERY special announcement for you all!!

Chansu from the MiniMonos Team, messaged me on MiniMonos telling me something very very special…..

You can grab the special xPower Canister at Leatherback Lagoon!!!

In this canister, there is EVERY type of xPower you can imagine! 😀



Every time you leave the room and come back it’s a different xPower!

So why don’t you head down to Leatherback Lagoon today and prepare yourself for the final MiniMonos party!

-Tommypp and Chansu



Exciting news! New Blog released!

Hi Monkeys!

With all this terrible news of the closure on MiniMonos, I thought it would be nice to cheer you up!!

I know lots of you still love Virtual Worlds so much (just like me!), and you’re probably hoping that we can all meet up again on another Virtual World!

Guess what?!?! I have been working on a project with a fellow Monkey friend (BrettAxley)

for a while now….. I officially announce Tinkatolli Temple!


I am super excited to post on our new blog “Tinkatolli Temple” very soon!

Although the site might not be finished, it’s already starting to show how EPIC it’s going to be!

Tinkatolli is a game, just like MiniMonos, where you can play games and meet with friends! (

I can’t wait to see you all on Tinkatolli soon! 🙂



MiniMonos is closing down: The OFFICIAL MiniMonos Message

Hey there Monkeys,

It is with great sadness that I must announce the closure of the online virtual world, as of Sunday, May 12th 2013.  MiniMonos has been a huge joy and massive amounts of work by many people.  We can no longer keep the world going, and develop the apps that we are so excited about at the same time.


Everyday for the last four years we have been delighted, moved, and inspired by the community of kids who are part of MiniMonos.  Our team has worked so hard to make the world what it is because we are excited by what kids can do to make the world a better place.

Almost 1500 of you have had eco- projects approved.  Hundreds of awesome monkeys have commented on our blog, written guest posts, created your own fan blogs, and contributed art and fun into our world.  You have helped us to adopt orangutans through Orangutan Outreach, made donations to Born Free Foundation’s Lion projectWWF’s Tiger Initiative and given clean water to other kids in India.  You monkeys are amazing people!

Thank you awesome monkeys for the love you have shown us, and each other.  You are the most inspiring group of people I have ever had the joy of knowing and monkeying around with.

Like us, many of you will be sad, disappointed, and maybe even angry at this news.  Those are normal and OK feelings to have.  We have been feeling the same way!  I hope you use these last few weeks of MiniMonos to hang out with your friends, complete the levels and make some last memories of the world.  Get together with your friends and party on… Bananatastic will be hosting parties right until the last day!
We hope you will take pictures and post your memories to our blog, and tweet us too!  If you send us some of your favourite pictures, we will post them online.  I still have some wonderful screenshots (remember the first 50 monkeys? The first x-powers?), and I would love to be able to collect yours too.  Please send your screenshots and pictures to us at

We will be planning some big events coming up to the last weekend and will keep you posted on what those are!  We will be having a HUGE party on the 12th, keep an eye out for details.  We are hoping that a lot of the staff will be around that day to party up and say goodbye.

We are really sad to say goodbye to the virtual world, but super excited about what a difference you will make in the real world.

— AlphaMonkey and The MiniMonos Team


We are extremely sad right now.

The loss of another great virtual world is just over the horizon.

When Tommypp first started playing MiniMonos, there was only about 40,000 Monkeys, now there is over 1,000,000 Monkeys on MiniMonos.

Tommypp’s Message:

Like many others, it comes with great sadness to hear this news, I cannot believe that such a great virtual world is shutting down, when I first read this news, it was SUCH a huge surprise to me.

I was talking with AlphaMonkey recently, I knew something was up, she didn’t seem too happy, I thought something bad was happening, I thought to myself, I really hope she is okay, I thought she may have been unwell. She explained how it’s hard to keep a virtual world these days. I really hope this is some kind of joke, I can’t believe this, the MiniMonos Team had so much planned and now, it’s going. Over the past 3 years I have had so much to do with MiniMonos, I had so many exciting oportunities from MiniMonos. Now, I am sitting at my computer crying. 😦 This announcement came to me as a surprise. I am keeping myself calm and trying not to get mad. I am scared my house will flood soon! I will still be in contact with EVERYONE and I am excited to announce that MiniMonos Time (My blog) will be still up and running for atleast another 2 years! You can get all the news about MiniMonos shutting down right here very soon:

I hope the MiniMonos Team hold a VERY VERY special party and all of the staff including the old EcoMom, AlwaysMonkeys, HatMan, MissDawg and LittleStone all are online!

It’s going to be a tough year for me, although I have exciting things coming up, this is terrible.

Please always remember me and stay in touch with me: @TommyppMM on Twitter and I will be making more ways to stay in touch with me!

I LOVE THE WHOLE MINIMONOS TEAM! I know I will definitely be attending these parties (I hope!!) and I really really hope that maybe one day, MiniMonos will come up again, maybe this year!

Technobanana’s Message:

Hey Monkeys. Yes I have heard the news and I am very sad.

This blog took a lot of work to make it good. It worked. Everybody enjoyed it and I do too.

Without me, Tommypp would’ve had trouble with this blog. It’s a good thing I came along.

MiniMonos was such a fun game and will still be. I met lots friends on there.

My life will continue on and I will still have fun. I’ll be out there still. Even though I didn’t complete my goal to make it to 1 year of playing

I still think it’s sad that MiniMonos Is Closing. Never thought it would come this soon.

Thank you, for everything you’ve done for me, every monkey out there who helped me out on the way….especially you Tommypp, Thank you.

-MiniMonos Time

I am thinking of starting a donation box on MiniMonos Time for people to donate money to MiniMonos in.

Like I said before, this has come to me as a massive surprise and I am SO SAD right now.

I will stay as calm as I can be, I promise!

Much love to everyone at MiniMonos, take care, and I promise I will always be by your side.

Thanks so much for all the fun!



Grab 40 BONUS ‘Go Macaws’ xPowers!

Hey Monkeys!

There’s a brand new bonus this week! Here’s the post:


It’s time to show off your NEW ‘Go Macaws’ xPowers this weekend — they’re back by popular demand!

Purchase Shells, Banana Chips or a MiniMonos Gold membership between now and midday on Monday and get 40 BONUS ‘Go Macaws’ on MiniMonos!

Offer ends midday Monday April 29th, Monkey Time (GMT).

This is Brand New as it says in the post. This offer ends tomorrow or today depending where you live.

What do you think the next bonus will be? Leave it in the comments.



The Top 5 Ways Computer Games are Saving the Environment!

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Hey Monkeys!

We have a very special post for you today!

Marcela De Vivo is writing a guest post for MiniMonos Time! She has put a lot of time and effort into this post and it would be much appreciated if you could comment below saying thank you!

Marcela De Vivo is a freelance writer from the Los Angeles area. As a mom of three, she’s very interested in educational games, and currently works with a site that offers car parking games to teach teens how to drive. Games that teach kids to respect the environment, like MiniMonos, are even better, and she can’t wait to sign her kids up.


Computer games have come a long way from Zork and Hunt the Wumpus, and now not only cover a diverse range of genres and topics, but also appeal to many demographics.

A recent trend in gaming is harnessing the popularity and interactive nature of computer games to educate young people, and one of the largest areas that has seen growth is games that teach about our environmental impact and sustainability issues.

There are many ways in which computer games can help educate young people about environmental issues, or even directly aid in helping the environment. Here are the some of the most significant ways it can help:

1. Awareness

Computer games can help create awareness of environmental issues by being more accessible to people. It isn’t hard to see that in today’s modern world, many children prefer TV and computer time over playing outside, so games that focus on nature and the environment can expose children to things they might otherwise never know about.

Even if the game isn’t directly about the environment, being exposed to issues like waste, recycling, and forest preservation are a great way to introduce these topics to children.

For example, the MiniMonos games require children to create monkeys and then maintaining the environment in which they live. If they fail to keep the environs up to spec, their Lagoons are contaminated and there tree houses become filled with trash.

This cause-and-effect lesson can easily lead to questions about how the environment works outside of the virtual MiniMonos world.

2. Education

Beyond just shedding light on issues of the environment and how we can affect the environment, computer games can also educate people about how to reduce their carbon footprint. Computer games can teach the younger generation about alternate sources of energy and how to address the other environmental issues.

For example, games like SimCity allows users to create virtual cities using “green” electricity resources. Players are given options like pedal-power, maglev transportation, car-sharing options and building up rather than out to solve urban sprawl and are required to keep in mind the carbon footprint and long and short term costs of their sources of energy they employ.

People previously unaware of options outside of oil and gas as sources of energy, or the importance of green spaces in urban planning and its effect on air quality, will learn a great deal while playing the game.

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3. Collaboration

While gaming can help individuals learn about energy use, multi-player and network gaming enables players to work together on real-world energy solutions. It is possible to have millions of people playing the same game at the same time—a technology that brings people together to work towards resolving energy and environmental problems.

A diverse wellspring of experience, education, and creativity harnessed together in a game can bring about great change. Recently, more than 19,000 players of EVOKE launched just such a collaborative effort, and was able to found 50 new companies around the world in only 10 weeks—ranging from South Africa to India to New York.

4. Problem Solving

Whether working with others or alone, gamers are more willing to experiment in the virtual world. The gaming world lends itself to the trial-and-failure approach as many of the worlds they inhabit do not adhere to real world rules.

Gamers are frequently faced with problems that need to be resolved—the skills utilized to solve the issues are ones that can apply to any real world situation. And games are inherently challenging, and engaging in one drives us to master the new skill, to solve that puzzle.

An example of problem solving through gaming was when players mapped an AIDS/HIV enzyme in a matter of weeks in the game Foldit; something researchers had struggled with for years. With the subject reduced to another puzzle, gamers applied their problem solving skills that resulted in real life implications.

5. Gives Back

Many computer games donate part of the proceeds to environmental causes. MiniMonos donates proceeds from sales of the games to major conservation projects such as saving tigers and encouraging biodiversity. EVOKE, an online game created for the World Bank Institute, undertook real-world missions to improve food security, increase access to clean energy and end poverty.

Online gaming has real life implications and can be used to teach about energy resources and environmental issues. The power of gaming can help make causes more compelling and bring about resolutions through a group effort, while giving back locally, and globally.

-Marcela De Vivo (