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Mona's Monkey (sometimes known as Mona's Chimp) is a small monkey with special goggles, and a blue shirt with a red "3" printed on. It is one of the animals owned by Mona. It first appeared, just as Mona's Elephant and Mona's Pig, in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!. The monkey can throw Banana Peels.
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
In WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!, the Diamond Police pursues Mona because of speeding. To stop the police cars from chasing her, she deploys her animals that are in her scooter. The monkey is the last animal she uses when many police cars begin to chase her. After stopping one with a banana peel, the monkey lowers its visor to more accurately throw its banana peels.
After Mona reaches the Gelateria and dismounts from her scooter, all three animals can be seen cheering outside of the scooter.
In WarioWare: Twisted!, Mona needs the help of her animals, this time to get away from The Dinosaurs. Pizza Joe brings them to Mona in an airplane and sets the animals on Mona's cap all at once, with Mona's Monkey at the top. After the Elephant and Pig try to stop The Dinosaurs' vehicle to no avail, Mona's Monkey stop them by tripping their vehicle with a banana peel.
In WarioWare: Touched!, Mona is chased by Vanessa and the Dinosaurs. Her three animals fly in small aircraft to help her with Manager Joe, but get knocked away by Vanessa's falcon-like vehicle. Then her newer animals, 4.1 and 4.2, appear in a flying vehicle and shoot soccer balls at the vehicle.
WarioWare: Smooth Moves
WarioWare: Get It Together!
Mona's Elephant, Pig, and Monkey appear in Mona's story in WarioWare: Get It Together! As Mona leaves in the morning, she bids her pets goodbye and orders them to "be good" while she's gone; however, they immediately begin trashing her home and she returns that night to a disaster. She proceeds to get very mad at them and forces them to clean up after themselves, only for the same thing to occur the following day.
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