A chunk of Monty Python's Ministry Of Silly Games is now available to play, even if you're not on the beta. It's essentially promotion for the game to be released next year, letting people play some of the minigames that will feature as standalone web content. The first of these that we've spotted is Camelot Smashalot. To say that it owes something to Crush The Castle and Angry Birds is like saying McDonald's owes something to cattle. But heck, it's more knocking stuff over gaming. To see my chat with Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam, in which they don't talk about this game, click here. Did I mention that I've met Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam?
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