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The monkeys are back in the sequel to Banana Blitz. Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll has a similar art style with new mini games, co-op gameplay and balance board support.
Check out some more Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll mini-games as the title finally comes to retail.
Here is a second mini-games trailer for Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll.
Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll features tons of new mini-games for you and your friends to battle it out in.
Classic Game Room reviews SUPER MONKEY BALL STEP & ROLL for Nintendo Wii from Sega. Super Monkey Ball Step and Roll features rolling monkey gameplay where you toss those animals down ramps and dodge things to collect bananas! Super Monkey Ball Step and Roll allows players to use the standard Wiimote Wii controller (which works well) or use the Wii Balance Board to step and roll. Co-op and marathon modes are in this version as well as 70 puzzle levels to explore and challenge yourself with Monkey Ball arcade style gameplay. This CGR review of Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll has gameplay from Sega's Super Monkey Ball Step and Roll showing Wii gameplay in action. Rated E. UPC 010086650372
Roll with the monkeys using the wii-remote or the balance board.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll from SEGA for the Nintendo Wii. Released in early 2010, Step & Roll was the second Monkey Ball game to hit the motion-controlled Wii. Step & Roll uses motion in the form of tilt control and support for the Wii Balance Board, and as different as it may be, it's anything but an improvement over the more traditional analog sticks. But it works about as well as tilt can. In fact, moving your monkey with motion is the least of the game's problems. What makes Step & Roll a step down from Banana Blitz is the game's inexplicable trimming of features that worked before. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.