Monkey Mart, a semi-idle, store-management game, uses adorable monkeys to simulate many of the real-world actions people take to run a grocery store. A player learns to perform various tasks as a cashier, stocker, farmer, distributor and owner/manager.
The player starts out as the owner. They must perform all the work necessary to run a roadside store that also provides farm services. They plant banana trees and handle the cash register. After they make enough money, they expand the store and farm to offer other types of products, including corn, eggs, milk and popcorn, and hire employees. From time to time, they must also chase off troublemakers who dance and throw products on the floor.
Unlike many similar games, the customers don't become angry if the player takes too long restocking shelves. They wait patiently for the arrival of products. The player can simply enjoy performing tasks necessary to stock shelves and manage livestock and employees. They also collect cash and use it to upgrade abilities and improve the store's merchandise.
How to play:
Complete tasks to collect enough money to hire employees and offer new products. Watch out for troublemakers. Keep the staff and livestock awake, the livestock fed and the shelves stocked with products. Perform upgrades. Use bonus multipliers to speed up production and increase cash.
Keyboard: Monkey Mart requires a keyboard. Press W or Up Arrow, A or Left Arrow, S or Down Arrow and D or Right Arrow to move the owner of the store up, left, down and right, respectively. To collect stock, direct the owner through the items. To collect cash, place the owner next to the counter. To spend cash on plants, livestock and employees, direct the owner into a bracketed zone.
Mouse: To make an onscreen selection, click it. To use the upgrade list, roll the scroll wheel.
Mobile: To make a selection, tap a button. To use the upgrade list, press the touchscreen or trackpad surface, and slide up or down with a finger or stylus.