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Take control of Super Monkey as he embarks on a Bloon popping frenzy through 5 stages and 15 waves. Collect and use Power Blops to upgrade Super Monkey in three different skill paths. Watch out for super powerups and make sure you score at least Bronze in each wave to advance to the next. Good luck!
~ Offical description
For the character of the same name, see Super Monkey (Tower).

Bloons Super Monkey Icon

Bloons Super Monkey is an arcade Bloons game, and the first game of the Bloons Super Monkey series. There is a sequel of this called Bloons Super Monkey 2.


Upgrade screen in Bloons Super Monkey

The winning screen

The game requires the player to move the Super Monkey around with the cursor, popping Bloons to earn Power Blops. The Super Monkey throws darts, but can be upgraded to throw other projectiles. Power Blops can be earned by popping Red Bloons.

Blue Bloons contain Red Bloons. Green Bloons contain Blue Bloons. Yellow Bloons contain Green Bloons. Pink Bloons contain Yellow Bloons. Rainbow Bloons contain Pink Bloons. Ceramic Bloons contain Rainbow Bloons and take 10 hits to pop. M.O.A.Bs have higher HP than other Bloons (including Ceramic Bloons), and contain a variety of Bloons. M.O.A.Bs also shoot out Red Bloons when hit. A B.F.B appears at the end of the last level in the game and has very high HP, and contains a larger number of Bloons rather than M.O.A.Bs.

If the Super Monkey does not pop enough Bloons, the Super Monkey has been defeated (game over), and the screen shows an animation of a ripped cape hanging from a tree branch with a purple bloon and sheep in the background. You can tell if you lost if you did not pop enough Bloons to get the bronze trophy (represented by the red bloon in the bottom-right hand corner turning all bronze). Winning however, results in the Super Monkey flying up into space with fireworks going off and a crowd cheering is heard.


Main article: Bloons Super Monkey/Strategies


Bloon goals[]

World Stage Bronze Silver Gold
1 1 150 200 240
1 2 500 670 750
1 3 800 1000 1150
2 1 1000 1500 1600
2 2 1300 1600 1680
2 3 2000 2500 2850
3 1 2500 3500 4200
3 2 3000 3800 4400
3 3 3000 4000 4600
4 1 1500 2800 3200
4 2 3000 3800 4500
4 3 4000 5500 6500
5 1 3500 5500 6150
5 2 11000 12500 14000
5 3 14000 18000 23000



  • It appears to be based on the BTD4 generation.
  • Often, the pop up showing the number of pops required for the next medal says you need 1-2 less pops than is actually required to reach that medal. This is because by the time the pop up appears, the player often has already popped another bloon or two.