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Masao Shirosaki

In a recent interview with Nintendo Everything, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania director Masao Shirosaki spoke about a number of topics, including how the project came to be, the game’s physics, camera, and much more.

Shirosaki informed us that development begin around March 2020, and the team was working from home due to the current pandemic. He also discussed what players can expect from the physics and camera in Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania, which are some of the gameplay elements that fans have been curious about.

Here’s our full discussion:

Super Monkey Ball finally returned on Switch and other platforms with a redone version of Banana Blitz HD. If all goes well with that game – and specifically if there’s support from the fans – the series could continue on. Director and producer Masao Shirosaki told Crunchyroll that remasters of the series’ first two entries as well as an entirely new title are potential options.

Shirosaki said: