When the monkey village is on: What to look out for in the village games
A group of young men in their 20s and 30s gather in the back of a bus, looking at a poster of a monkey village that is being developed by a local firm.
They are trying to sell a version of the game in the nearby village of Burda, where there is no such game.
The game is called Monkey Village and is set in a village in the hills, called Tambu Kama, where villagers gather and play.
But in this village, the village is still in the jungle.
In the village of Tambukur village, which is located in the foothills of the Himalayas, the game is being played on a big flat piece of land.
But the game isn’t just a local thing.
It is the product of an international community that has gathered around the game, which has been made in collaboration with the village.
A small group of villagers are playing the game with each other.
They play it with their friends and the local kids, but they do not play it on the main square.
Instead, they play on the smaller pieces of land where they gather together.
The small pieces are the same size as the main squares.
The big pieces are bigger, which makes it easier to see what is happening on the small ones.
They also make it easier for players to make a big board game.
This is the game that the people of Bali, Indonesia, are developing, and the village game.
They have come together to develop the game and to help villagers to survive.
“We have all seen the effects that we have on the environment,” says Yohannes Wijayasamy, the founder of the company, Monkey Village.
“The trees are disappearing, the animals are disappearing and the water is polluted.
We want to make it so that they are still alive and thriving.”
Monkey Village is not just about a village game in its own right.
It has been developed by the Monkey Village Development Fund (MCDF) to help create a game community in a small village in Bali.
The MCDF is an NGO that helps build community-based development projects.
This group works to bring together local people, community leaders and local businesses, and in return, they give back to their communities.
In Bali’s jungle, the MCDF was founded in 2010.
In 2012, the group started to work on the game called Monkey, which they dubbed Monkey Village, which means “small village”.
It is a small game that is based on the concept of sharing, says Yojana Muthukumudi, the executive director of the MCDSF.
“There is no other game in Indonesia that has this kind of impact on the community.
In a village, you have a group of people who live together and play the game together.
But for a game to be successful, it needs to reach the village,” she says.
The team has been working on Monkey Village for three years.
They hope to be ready for the launch of the final game in 2018.
The villagers of Bambu have been developing the game for over a decade and have created a village of over 400 villagers, with a population of around 300.
They began their development in 2012 when they came across the idea of sharing and helping one another in the Bambukan valley.
“It has been a dream of our lives since we were little children.
We were always playing together and sharing with each others’ children.
But we were always trying to build our own village,” says Jafar Kaleesi, one of the village elders.
They say they were happy to work with other villagers, who helped them to create the game.
A new generation of village children have been drawn to the game because of its unique concept.
“As villagers, we are used to being surrounded by our neighbours, but we don’t have a community around us.
We can share a meal with each of our neighbours and we can all play the same game,” says Sufia Kama.
This game can help villagers survive.
It can help them build their own communities.
It could even be a source of inspiration for future generations.
The community of the Bama village game development fund is one of only a few groups of villagers that has taken this step.
“When I started working on this game, I did not expect that it would help the villagers.
But when we started to develop it, we realized it could help the village to survive,” says Lusi Kaleeri, one the members of the group.
They started with a small piece of ground, and now they have expanded the game into a full village.
They’ve created a community with over 700 villagers, including children, adults and elders.
And they are working hard to build their community.
“They are not just doing it for themselves, they are doing it because they want to