Bio Force Ape is Here!

Posted on April 1st, 2011 by Frank Cifaldi

Sorry that it’s been, what, 17 months since the last news update and, oh, 4 1/2 years since the last article, give or take, but hopefully today’s feature presentation will help make up for lost time.

Bio Force Ape is real, and we’ve got it! This is the game that spawned a hilarious hoax, which spawned that whole butter monster thing, which in turn inspired a homemade game.

This is totally for real and serious and not at all an April Fool’s gag! Check it out here.


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