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  • Sound effects and graphics are both very effective in their cartoonish aesthetics, which grants the whole experience a very light and pleasing feel to it
  • Quite frankly, the only problem I can think of regarding Crazy Penguins is its short length - which is very likely to leave the player wanting for more way too soon

    • by Pedro
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      Developed by Digital Chocolate, the same guys responsible for the awesome BrainEnergy, this is yet another simple yet highly creative mobile game. Moreover, the whole concept of penguins rescuing their monochromatic fellows from the evil paws of sadistic polar bears is one of the funnier ideas put to practice in the contemporary handheld entertainment market.

      Gameplay is divided in three distinct sections. Stages are selected by means of a world map which looks and functions very similarly to the ones in the good old two


      dimensional Mario games of yore. Once a particular stage is entered, gameplay consists in catapulting kamikaze penguins forward straight out through the right border of the screen. Of course, there is a limited amount of brave arctic birds in your team; so, after propelling the last of the flock, the little bold creatures must be accurately aimed at their targets: cruel endangered animals deceptive in their inevitable fluffy cuteness.

      Once the whole squadron has gone bye-bye, the player is awarded a number of stars, ranging from ...


      • one to three depending on how many bears got hit, and then is set back into the world map - where new stages have been made accessible.

        There is even a slight RPG element in the well made mix that this piece of software is. See, as the aforementioned stars are collected based on the obtained results, your penguins are offered new abilities and possibilities for purchase - stars in exchange for better chances of future success.

        Sound effects and graphics are both very effective in their

        cartoonish aesthetics, which grants the whole experience a very light and pleasing feel to it. Additionally, the are many distinct character animations gives the impression of individual personality to the adorable war-driven characters. Quite frankly, the only problem I can think of regarding Crazy Penguins is its short length - which is very likely to leave the player wanting for more way too soon.

        My sincere advice is for you to get yourself a copy of this game and hope for a sequel in the near future.




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