ATARI JAGUAR - ATTACK OF THE MUTANT PENGUINS

$75.00

ATARI JAGUAR ATTACK OF THE MUTANT PENGUINS

ANOTHER GOOD GAME THAT DESERVES A SECOND LOOK AT.

It's not often these days that you get to try a new game for the Jaguar. After all, it's been a few months since Fight For Life came out, and it's increasingly difficult to find other new titles either for trade, or at a discount price. After all, paying $60.00 or more for new Jaguar games doesn't seem worth it anymore, with so many outlets liquidating their Jag stock. So when I got a chance to trade Supercross 3D (a game that I do like) for Attack of the Mutant Penguins, I just had to go for it. You know what? I'm glad that I did.

The way I pictured this game is honestly nothing like how it really is. Somehow I figured it would be more difficult to play, or that it would be harder to understand, but it's truly easy to get the hang of. You control either Bernard or Rodney: two funky looking little dudes, one armed with a frying pan, the other with a baseball bat, both out to save the world from the alien invasion.

As for the aliens, well, it seems that they tuned into an Earth wildlife show , figured that we all looked like penguins, and so they devised a plan to land on Earth disguised as penguins to fool us into thinking they were just like us. However, they also brought along their weapon of mass-destruction, the Doomscale. On one side of the scale are good Earth penguins, while on the other side, there are alien penguins. If the aliens tip the scale too far to their side, they land on a button that activates the Doomscale and destroys Earth. On some levels, they even have a machine they go through that transforms them from their penguin disguise back into the green, slimy, ugly-looking, mutant penguins they really are before they jump on the Doomscale. The mutants are harder to kill, and they weigh more on the scale as well. That's a very bad thing.

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  • Model: Atari Jaguar
  • Shipping Weight: 2lbs
  • 1 Units in Stock


This product was added to our catalog on Friday 18 February, 2011.

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