Jungle Vines
Jungle Vines
Number of toons: 1-4
Minimum jellybeans: 37
Maximum jellybeans: 63
Time limit: 60 seconds
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Jungle Vines is a trolley game. The minimum number of toons required to play is one. The minimum number of toons required to play is one.This game was released on the Test Server on March 16, 2007[1] and on March 29, 2007[2] to the public alongside Toon Slingshot, Treasure Dive and Toon Memory Game.


Get to the rightmost vine in time. Press Up or Down to climb the vine. Press Left or Right to change facing and jump. The lower you are on the vine, the faster you jump off. Collect the bananas if you can, but avoid the bats and spiders.

The objective is to reach the rightmost vine within the time limit. Scattered across the jungle are bananas. Toons can collect the bananas to earn points. Obstacles include bats flying and spiders crawling on vines. Coming into contact with the bats and spiders will result in the toon falling and restarting from the last vine grabbed.

To move to the next vine, the toon should face the direction of the vine and press the corresponding arrow key (left to go left, right to go right). The lower the toon is on the vine, the faster the toon will swing away from the vine. There are twenty vines to swing from.

Depending on the playground, the speed of the bats and spiders will increase.



Action Keyboard
Jump (or face the other direction) Arrow keys (← →)
Climb up or down the vine Arrow keys (↑ ↓)


Neighborhood 1 player 2 players 3 players 4 players
Toontown Central 37 37 37 37
Donald's Dock 42 42 42 42
Daisy Gardens 47 47 47 47
Minnie's Melodyland 52 52 52 52
The Brrrgh 57 57 57 57
Donald's Dreamland 63 63 63 63
The maximum number of jellybeans that can be earned per player


  • Before the game starts, the toon approaches the edge and uses the "Confused" emotion, followed by "!". The toon will then use the "Think" emotion and say "?". Soon afterwards, they walk away, run back, and jump to the first vine while saying "Owoooo!".
  • When the game was first released, it was called the Vine Game.[3]
  • When the game was first introduced to Toontown's Test server, the texture for the vines had not been created yet, so a substitute texture was used for the vines.


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