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The line of software bearing the Burning Monkey name was first released in 1996 as a shareware solitaire program for the Macintosh. The origins of the program predate the name, however. The first version was written in 1994 by Bryan Horling and Kenneth Coste as part of a homework assignment for a computer science course at Trinity College. The game, released as freeware under the name Trinity Solitaire, was found by Ian Lynch Smith of Freeverse Software, who supported the re-implementation that was ultimately released as Burning Monkey Solitaire.
Games in the Burning Monkey series[edit | edit source]
- Burning Monkey Casino
- Burning Monkey Puzzle Lab
- Burning Monkey Solitaire
- Burning Monkey Mahjong
- Kill Monty (not technically part of the series, stars Freeverse mascot Jen and Monty, a monkey)
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