Crouching Monkey Hidden Chow (NSFW)


A new tower climbing platformer has been released to promote the fast-approaching theatrical release of The Hangover Part II in US theaters on May 26. The environments are NPA, but the character and object sprite animations feature pixel goodness by one of PixelJoint's own, StickyTape (aka Argyle).

Help Mr. Chow one-two-punch-kick his way through the many perils one might find in a Bangkok strip club in pursuit of a mischievous monkey that stole information that was very important to him... and the Russian mob. You'll face obstacles on your way such as Elephants, Monks, and Ladyboys (though I doubt you'd be able to tell until it was a little too late), and the non-stop rolling barrel trains that seem to mysteriously plague video game worlds...

Warning: Mr. Chow is often obnoxious and offensive throughout the game. You'll be safe with the volume off, though!

Check it out here > Crouching Monkey Hidden Chow

Posted by Argyle @ 5/18/2011 17:21  |    17


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big brother (Level 11 Admiral) @ 5/26/2011 10:53

The loading stalls at 99 for me. Disappointing. I second the Facebook hate.

greenraven (Level 2 Hired Gun) @ 5/22/2011 15:00

Exactly what Flarfy said, it's a matter of principle.The guy who invented Facebook is a douchebag. A new account, even a fake one is just adding to his ego.

Flarfy (Level 5 Detective) @ 5/22/2011 14:13

Facebook? No sir, I don't like it!

It's the principle. We should not have to log on to play an online browser game like that. Also "verifying your age" and "accepting terms" are ridiculous concepts anyway.

Excatly Kurt: Who CAN'T make a dummy acount in eight seconds?

Kurt Russell Fan Club (Level 1 Rookie) @ 5/22/2011 04:43

 Awesome game and amazing art.


Seriously, what's with the FB problems?  Who in this day and age doesn't have an FB account and can't make a dummy one in eight seconds to play a fun game?

QuaziGNRLnose (Level 1 Rookie) @ 5/21/2011 23:33


lol the facebook verification is a great idea, roots out those little turds who thought they were all mature and intelligent, but too stupid to set there facebook age a few decades back.

great job on getting your art in a game for a presumably awesome movie.

Argyle (Level 6 Manager) @ 5/21/2011 17:07

I understand small amounts of animosity toward social media and prospects of personal information protection, but anyone that has a facebook page has already submitted any personal information to the world already and it states that only the birthdate is used for age verification purposes.  Now, if facebook was not allowed in your region that's another story.

I'll just upload the sprites to the gallery :P

Setzer (Level 8 Cannibal) @ 5/21/2011 12:28

Connect to facebook?

Fuck that.

Edit: How about some screenshots? :)

surt (Level 11 Godfather) @ 5/21/2011 05:46

Not a chance.

PanicBomber (Level 6 Manager) @ 5/21/2011 04:54

haha nice game :D

Zanaril (Level 1 Depressed) @ 5/21/2011 03:26

What the hell, facebook?

Screw that.

Ovyx (Level 1 Depressed) @ 5/21/2011 03:03

Facebook nuuuu

greenraven (Level 2 Hired Gun) @ 5/20/2011 17:33


Photocopier (Level 11 Godfather) @ 5/20/2011 16:21

Whilst it excludes people who don't have a facebook, using it as age verification is a good Idea I've not seen before. 

Argyle (Level 6 Manager) @ 5/20/2011 12:49

omg worst art evr

Reo (Level 11 Psychopath) @ 5/20/2011 12:22

I'll just have to come back in a few weeks :P

Frost (Level 6 Serial Killer) @ 5/20/2011 12:13

"Please connect to Facebook to
verify your maturity in the face of
eye-blistering awesomeness."


TypeVision (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 5/20/2011 11:15

Lol! Adorei o artigo! =)

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