After the release of Super Monkey Ball Jr., Super Monkey Ball for the Nintendo GameCube was translated onto the newly-released Nokia N-Gage. Although choppier than the GameBoy Advance, it features similar mechanics and the traditional features of a Super Monkey Ball game.
The party game selection includes the following, with multiplayer features:
The game has mostly negative reviews, criticizing its performance and lack of new content compared to its GameBoy Advance predecessor. However, it was praised for its debut onto the N-Gage and worth playing on the handheld console.
The game is usually seen as a port of Super Monkey Ball Jr., However, they are technically different games, with different mini-games and new levels.
- All stages, except bonus stages, share the same soundtrack, which is Jungle's theme.
- There are no extra stages in this adaptation.
- Unlike past games having an exclusive Master world like Banana Island or Lava Land, this time all Master stages take place in Arctic, which is also seen at the end of Expert.
- Despite having few stages, it has more than Super Monkey Ball Adventure, which has 49.
|Games & Media|
|Games||Arcade||Monkey Ball • Ticket Blitz|
|Home Console||Super Monkey Ball • Super Monkey Ball 2 • Deluxe • Adventure • Banana Blitz • Step & Roll • Banana Blitz HD • Banana Mania|
|Handheld||Super Monkey Ball Jr. • Super Monkey Ball (N-Gage) • Touch & Roll • Adventure • Super Monkey Ball 3D • Banana Splitz|
|Mobile||SEGA Monkey Ball • AiAi's Funhouse • Super Monkey Ball (N-Gage) • Mini Golf • Bowling • Tip 'n Tilt • Tip 'n Tilt 2 • Super Monkey Ball Mobile • Super Monkey Ball (iOS) • Super Monkey Ball 2 (iOS) (Sakura Edition) • Uki-Uki Seesaw • Bounce|
|PC||Banana Blitz HD • Banana Mania|
|Flash||Super Monkey Ball Mini • Super Monkey Ball 2 Mini • Disco Ball • Banana Blitz Mini|
|Cancelled||Super Monkey Ball 3: Banana Crazy|
|Other Media||SMB2 Paper Printouts • Super Monkey Ball World|