ChopUp, a leading mobile gaming company in Nigeria, just released the trailer of their new street football game, MonkeyPost.
ChopUp’s mission is to develop locally relevant games that tell the African narrative. The company says it is committed to consistently creating world class mobile games that are specifically designed with African themes.
The games developer offers a subscription based service where you can play all of the games on the site for as little as N20.
Some of the featured games on the site include:
Adventures of Baba Lasisi – Adventure
Jagun: Clash of Kingdoms – Strategy
Mama Put – Arcade
The games are available on Telcom app stores (starting with MTN Nigeria, Etisalat and Airtel) and subscription fees are deducted from your airtime credit.
The soon to be released Monkey Post is a mobile game that’s based on the Nigerian street game of the same name. The “original” Monkey Post is a football game that has no rules – there’s no set number of players and decisions are made on the spot, depending on what the players agree on.
ChopUp’s Monkey Post starts the player off with a newbie team and allows the player to customize the team name, logo, jersey etc. The player can then upgrade each team’s skills as they progress in the game. Users can earn ChopUp coins, upgrade their players, build their teams and take on the best teams to rank high on the leader board.
Features of ChopUp’s Monkey Post include:
• A great user interface and user experience with realistic arcade sounds
• 4 player levels, where each level determines quality and strength of player’s team.
• League mode with 4 Leagues ( Local, State, Continental, and international)
• Tournament mode with 9 tournament matches per player level
• Leader board that shows players street credibility and position alongside other players in the game.