Korea’s Monkey Shooting Video Game Remade For Real Life

By Spencer . September 9, 2012 . 12:33pm


Com2uS is one of South Korea’s largest mobile phone developers. Tiny Farm and an action RPG called Third Blade are some of their more popular titles. Swing Shot, a mobile phone game where you hit monkeys using a slingshot, came out in June and they created a version you can play in real life.




Imagine real life Angry Birds. That’s kind of like what Swing Shot is like. A staff member places a foam rock in the sling shot and you try to knock one of the monkeys down. Another staff member plays sound effects from the game if you hit or miss a monkey. It’s harder than it looks!




Hit a monkey and Com2uS rewards you with swag like a tumbler, ID card holder, and virtual items for Swing Shot. Here’s a look at the actual game, which you can grab for free from Google Play or iTunes.


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