DescriptionSkullmonkeys is the successor title to The Neverhood, which came out only on PC (and, in Japan, as "Klaymen Klaymen" on PSX). The game is an old-school jump and run type of game, with a large number of FMVs. The entire game is molded in clay.
The player takes control of Klaymen throughout the game in an attempt to put a stop to the main opponent, being Klogg, who wants to destroy Klaymen's homeworld, The Neverhood, via a huge robot called "Evil Engine No. 9". He uses an army of extremely dumb skullmonkeys to stop Klaymen in his quest; With the exception of several strange, clay birds, each and every enemy in the game is a monkey. The game features music with lyrics by Terry Scott Taylor.
There are no PlayStation screenshots for this game.
- "Klaymen Klaymen 2" -- Japanese title
Part of the Following Groups
- Animals: Primates (monkeys or apes)
- The Neverhood / Klaymen Klaymen series
- Visual technique / style: Rendered in clay
|A fun platformer, but not a truly worthy Neverhood sequel||David Mackenzie (48)|
|Game Revolution||Apr, 1998||A-||91|
|Mega Score||Mar, 1998||90 out of 100||90|
|Consoles Plus||Jan, 1998||89 out of 100||89|
|Absolute Playstation||Mar, 1998||84 out of 100||84|
|Mega Fun||Feb, 1998||83 out of 100||83|
|Gamezilla||1998||83 out of 100||83|
|IGN||Jan 28, 2008||8 out of 10||80|
|Pixel-Heroes.de||Oct, 2007||7 out of 10||70|
|Joypad||Oct, 1998||6 out of 10||60|
|GameSpot||Feb 15, 1998||5 out of 10||50|
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TriviaThe aforementioned bonus room has its own song, a lo-fi track accompanied by guitar with the lyrics written specifically for the level:
Here's a little bonus room, because I know you've had it tough.
Here's a little bonus tune, about collecting real cool stuff.
Yes, here's a little bonus room, where you can play.
Don't be frightened, don't run away.
The complete lyrics can be found in the related links section.
Related Web Sites
- Imaginarium (A list of all the songs in the game, including some lyrics.)
- Wikipedia: Skullmonkeys (Article in the open encyclopedia)