Pengo Game

Pengo Game

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Pengo is a classic arcade game that puts players in control of a penguin on a mission to eliminate enemy Sno-Bees by pushing ice blocks to crush them. Released in 1982 by Sega, Pengo quickly became a hit, known for its addictive gameplay and challenging levels. Players must navigate through a maze-like grid, strategically pushing ice blocks to defeat the Sno-Bees while avoiding being caught. The game's fast-paced action and clever puzzles keep players engaged as they strive to clear each level and advance to more difficult challenges. With its charming graphics and simple yet addictive gameplay, Pengo remains a beloved classic in the world of arcade gaming. Have fun!

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How to Play Pengo Game

Use the number 5 key to add credits, use number 1 to choose 1 player. Use the arrow keys to navigate the maze. In Pengo, you must defeat the enemy by pushing ice blocks together to crush them. You also can capture one if they are shocked and dizzy. There is also a time limit to make it a bit more difficult (you must do it in one minute). The player uses a joystick and a single button as controls. Pressing the button while pushing the joystick will cause Pengo to push forward the ice block he is facing, which will slide until it hits a wall or another ice block, crushing any intervening Sno-Bees. Crushing more than one Sno-Bee at once will increase the number of points awarded. There are a total of sixteen levels, which repeat in order starting on the seventeenth round. As the player crushes those on patrol, new Sno-Bees hatch from eggs located within ice blocks. At the start of each level, blocks that contain these eggs are briefly identified by flashing the color of that level's Sno-Bees. Eggs can be eliminated by crushing the ice blocks that contain them. If Pengo pushes a side wall the water "vibrates", any adjacent Sno-Bees will be briefly stunned, and are eliminated (for 100 points) if Pengo walks over them in this state. Eliminating all Sno-Bees in a round will progress the player to the next. Diamond blocks are unbreakable; when connected in a horizontal or vertical line the player earns bonus points: 10,000 points if aligned without being against a wall or if only one diamond block is touching a wall, 5,000 points if all three are against the wall. Alignment will also temporarily stun all Sno-Bees. After 60 seconds elapse in a round without a death, the game enters into sudden death mode; the music tempo and movement of the Sno-Bees accelerates. If a single Sno-Bee remains in the round, a jingle plays and the Sno-Bee accelerates in an attempt to reach a corner where it safely fades away. The game will always start with the same maze on power up. Once the game has gone through the attract mode, the maze will change. In the attract mode, push the two joys to up, press the two action buttons and one button of start game, and it will show the credits of the game. After a few seconds, the game will reset. The wait can be stopped pushing the start 1 button. In a manner similar to Pac-Man, one of six brief intermissions plays on even-numbered rounds after the bonus is awarded. The intermissions feature six penguins performing various routines. In the first the penguins perform a small marching routine. In the second they "shake their booty". In the third each penguin stops and salutes the player. In the fourth the penguins turn to face the player and then exit the screen in a line, reminiscent of the aliens in Space Invaders. In the fifth Pengo is revealed playing himself with a cocktail table. In the sixth intermission, Pengo appears from behind the cocktail table playing "peek-a-boo" with the player. These intermissions then repeat in order throughout the remainder of the game.