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Doom Monkeys are dangerous and manic monkeys with rockets stuck on their heads that work for N. Gin in Crash of the Titans, but work for N. Brio in Crash: Mind Over Mutant. In the latter, they are part of N. Brio's evil recycling program.

Doom Monkeys are located on N. Sanity Island (Only in the Nintendo DS version of Crash: Mind Over Mutant) and Wumpa Island in the area around N. Gin's factory. They are the first enemies to appear in the Game Boy Advance version of Crash of the Titans. They have a similar personality to N. Gin as they are both insane and are gluttons for pain. They also share having a missile in their head.

Appearance

Doom Monkeys have purple skin, black eyes with white pupils and have a space suit. They wield wrenches for whacking Crash with and have a missile stuck in their heads, like their original boss. Their heads blow up in an attempt to kill Crash and the head will grow right back. In Crash: Mind Over Mutant, they are part of N. Brio's evil recycling program. They now have jet packs and instead of missiles in their heads, they have helmets and teeth similar to N. Brio. They can launch themselves across and up with their jet packs.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Mono maldito lit. damned/cursed monkey
French Singe maléfique lit. evil monkey
Dutch Doemaap lit. jinx/doom monkey
German Terroraffe lit. terror monkey
Italian Scimmia della rovina lit. monkey of ruination
Finnish Tuomioapina lit. doom monkey
Danish Dommedagsabe lit. doomsday monkey
Norwegian Dommedagsape lit. doomsday monkey
Swedish Domedagsapa lit. doomsday monkey
Russian Макака-убийца (CotT), Обезьяна-убийца (MOM)
Makaka-ubiyca, Obez'yana-ubiyca
lit. killer macaque (CotT),

lit. killer monkey (MOM)

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Trivia

  • The Doom Monkeys shout "Leeroy" when they're pursuing Crash, which is a reference to "Leeroy Jenkins".
  • When they die, they might say "I'm melting! I'm melting! Oh, what a world, what a world!", which is a reference to the Wicked Witch of the West's death in The Wizard of Oz.
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