||Monky version 5
||Hover your mouse: As shown in the picture below, manually start yourself a completely fresh Monkey Gems (The Adventure Begins)
level one so that the gems are rotating around and you have one in your hands, ready for the first shot. Now start my Monky and hover your mouse on the yellow remaining
lives area at the top-right corner of your window, exactly as the pink arrow down here is showing. The auto should recognize it, beep at you, snap your mouse away and
start playing all four of episode 1's levels over and over. Be sure to keep your mouse up in that corner at all times or Monky will stop automatically.
||Torch or Google Chrome only: Since Opera, Firefox and Internet Explorer could have altered graphics and are much slower
in processing these Flash-embedded games, please use the Torch or Chrome web browser instead. If things change, I will be happy to include these other three...
but this is just not the case right now. If any other browser works for you, consider it a bonus.
|5 (6.26.2017) Kind of a major update here. Monky used to only play the first "The Adventure Begins" episode's
level 1 over and over... and that's it. Cuz that's all we ever really needed. That is now a Round 1 only check mark option since I have also coded the final levels 2,
3 and 4 inside the auto. Why? A red gems removal challenge came to our doorstep and only level 4 has them! Yes, unfortunately this means we first have to slug through the
earlier three levels for absolutely no reason. You may snag anywhere from 8 to 108 of them (usually around 50-60 on average), depending on the luck of your shots and the
snake's animation/rudeness. If you are going for red or green gems (level 4 only), be sure to keep my Go for fruit! option off. It definitely hinders. You may see
level 4 die once in a while, but thankfully they give a few more lives to spend and it seems like your second chance is easier and just about guaranteed. I can't stress
enough how Torch or Chrome will keep your flash less sluggish and make your progress so much more fruitful, rather than the other POS browsers.
|4 (3.28.2016) Added a Go for fruit! check mark option, exactly like Zumy has. When enabled, your monkey will prioritize
shooting only at the fruit in the northeast and southeast corners that randomly appear.
|3 (2.9.2016) Some of you have a moved game summary Play Again popup screen, which stalled the auto. This update should
|2 (12.9.2015) Once in a while, their game screws up and puts a red or green gem in the monkey's hands. But the
first level is only comprised of blue, purple and yellow... so the auto was stalling with Unknown holder until the snake finally killed you. This
simple band-aid update recognizes the reds/greens and simply throws them out randomly to keep things cruising. Thanks to those who took the time to let me know.
|1 (12.1.2015) Auto #122. Registration codes start with the CAPITAL letter C and the number Two (C2). Turn off the
game's help and tips first. I guess I will say it again: Turn off the game's help and tips first. Get The Adventure Begins level one completely ready
for the first shot, as described clearly in the above tip. For now, Monky currently repeats level 1 over and over. There will most likely be some options
coming in future versions, with possibly the rest of episode 1's levels installed as well. Very similar to the Buckety auto, you now have two "styles"
for refreshing your flash. As the weaker default choice, I will simply be sending the F5 keystroke to refresh your browser. This will reload your game in the
exact same position you had it (if you needed to use the browser's scroll bars), it doesn't fully release the browser's memory resources since you never
officially terminated it... and you will eventually end up with a non-refreshable game when you encounter the famous cactus of death screen. Your better bet
is to check mark my Close browser option instead, as long as you qualify. A somewhat larger desktop area (screen resolution) will be needed to completely
fit the entire game exactly the way it loads by itself, as you are not allowed to touch those scroll bars whatsoever. Why? Because when I close your browser
and reopen a fresh one, it will not remember any scroll bar changes and the auto will have no clue where the upper-left corner of your game went. The other
rule is that your browser needs to be the default web browser inside Windows, since that's what the auto requires. In Windows 10, the proper way to set
your default browser: click Start, Settings, System, Default apps (on left panel), scroll right side down to "Web browser" and click to make your
change. Whichever flash refresh style you find as best for you, simply slide that Number of games option higher than zero to activate it.
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