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Buzz! Junior Jungle Party - PS2 Game Cheats

It's a party in the jungle with the fuzzy monkey crew in Buzz! Junior Jugle Party - the mini-game party pack you play with custom buzzer controls! It's fun, it's funny and it's packed with coconuts. It's monkey vs. monkey mayhem out there and if you want to be the chief ape you'll need some tips, tricks and maybe even cheats! Cheat Street has what it takes to make you the top banana! Don't forget to come back for more of the game cheats, codes, secrets, hints, tips and walkthroughs you need to beat your fave games!

Buzz! Junior Jungle Party Cheats - Timed Events

Ostritch Egg, Monkey Bomb, and other games test your nerves by boosting your points the longer you hang in on a challenge - like holding a lit bomb, sticking your head in a lion's mouth or teasing a gorilla by farting in his pool. The trick to winning these games is to score just enough points to get the lead and then start scoring small batches of points. That forces your opponent to take big risks to catch up.

Buzz! Junior Jungle Party Cheats - Button-Matching

If you're playing games like Totem Pole or Whack A Squirrel where you need to hit buzzer buttons fast, use two fingers on the buzzer! Put one finger between the top two buttons and another between the bottom two - it lets you tap-tap-tap your way to a winning score faster than making your thumb scramble around on all four buttons!

Buzz! Junior Jungle Party Cheats - Elephant Baseball

The trick to hitting a perfect high-score-earning ball every time is to wait until the ball stops going up, then give it a split-second to fall before you swing. Once you master this move, you'll earn a bajillion points and uncover the bonus object for even more points!

Buzz! Junior Jungle Party Cheats - Odd one Out

Want to know the secret to this game? Turn your buzzer sideways. That way your buzzer buttons match up with the change-rooms and it's easier to tap the right button and earn some points.

That's it for Buzz! Junior Jungle Party video game cheats and walkthroughs this week. Stick around to see what cheats Gary can come up with for next week. He'll get the 411 on all the coolest game codes! Don't forget, if you get stuck and need a game cheat code, and let him know!

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