Roll On Through The Wondrous Worlds Of Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania

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New worlds are here for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania that will have us all further exploring the Super Monkey Ball universe

Things keep rolling out for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania and here we go with a few more of the worlds we will get to roll on through when it drops on October 5th. Yes, we know the puns are terrible and we will keep going with them as long as this title keeps coming. It also fits with all of the silliness that SEGA normally has out there now. So you mix that with what we know for Super Monkey Ball already, then you are in for a world of hurt. I am getting off-topic though, and now we have a look at a few more of the worlds we will be playing around in when the game does hit the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Switch, and PC.

There is not much to describe for them and the gameplay looks to be what we would expect for Super Monkey Ball, just with a few other twists and variations out there. It does feel like there are many more slim balance beam areas in the mix of it all, so that could cause quite a bit of a challenge for those with shaky hands and thumbs out there. Those that do not most likely are not going to get in well for the Super Monkey Ball fun, but that is the case with all games is it not? No matter the case, we have a new look at a few of the worlds and gameplay we can expect in October when it does land. Have a look and enjoy what little more we are getting to get us excited for this one.

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania — Wondrous Worlds

Roll through the Wondrous Worlds of Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania, coming to Nintendo Switch, Playstation4|5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on October 5! From the lush scenery of Jungle Island to the mechanical madness of the Clock Tower Factory, join AiAi and your favorite monkey gang as you race through imaginative worlds in your quest to save your beloved bananas from the dastardly Dr. Bad-Boon!

Do you think you will be able to make it through this Super Monkey Ball with ease or will it pose a bigger challenge here? Do you see more of the thinner rails or will that be from very specific parts of the game that masters will be able to make it to? Which one looks the most interesting to you and will you be diving in right from the launch of it all? Give us those thoughts down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. When we have anything new to share for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania, it will be here for you. Please come back to check it all out and see what else could be coming down the pipes.