Having been blown into outer space by Klaymen and Hoborg, the villianous Klogg lands upon a mysterious planet called Idznak. This planet is inhabited by an odd race of creatures known as ... See full summary »

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Doug TenNapel (character) (as Douglas TenNapel)
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Having been blown into outer space by Klaymen and Hoborg, the villianous Klogg lands upon a mysterious planet called Idznak. This planet is inhabited by an odd race of creatures known as the Skullmonkeys-monkeys with skulls on their heads-nice and direct. Klogg wastes no time in tricking the Skullmonkeys into being his underlings and enlisting their help in building Evil Engine Number Nine to destroy the Neverhood forever! Thankfully, though, the intelligent Skullmonkey Jerrio resists Klogg and sends a desperate plea for help to the Neverhood. This plea is intercepted by our hero, Klaymen, who quickly blasts off to Idznak to defeat Klogg and the Skullmonkeys, blow up Evil Engine Number Nine, and save the Neverhood from utter destruction! Written by Skullmonkeyplayer

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USA

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English

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31 January 1998 (USA) See more »

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The Neverhood 2: Skullmonkeys See more »

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Certain things were changed compared to the original game. The name of the planet Idsnak is spelled as Idznak, and Willie appears much thinner in this game. See more »

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[Ripping the fur off of a Skullmonkey]
Klogg: Look, ma... I'm a Skullmonkey!
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Alternate Versions

In the game's Japanese version, the characters make a lot of grunts and other noises during the cutscenes, even though they were for the most part silent in the original version. See more »

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Follows The Neverhood (1996) See more »

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Good Work, Doug!
1 August 2002 | by spacemonkeyzSee all my reviews

This game was no where near as good and The NeverhoOd but it was a highly good game. But if your into games like The NeverhoOd, this game isn't for you. Its a platform action-packed power ups game rather than puzzle game.


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