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Mar 6, 2013 | 1:47 PM EST

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Help Apingu to collect fishes as many as you can in a limited time and go to the iglo in this simple puzzle platform game. Put your feet up on slipery ice and avoid all obstacle and get for the highest score.

Left Right Arrow = move
Up Arrow = jump
P = pause

Reviews


CamoHeroCamoHero

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 6, 2013

'Cool' gameplay and concept but doesn't have any special features or revolutionary gameplay. Simple platformer with a good theme.



RIIRRIIR

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars March 6, 2013

A sound off button! That puts me in a good mood.
Platformer, reasonable quality.
Dieing on level 6 was annoying as I found I could respawn and quickly find myself sliding into the lava before pressing anything.
The opening menu text "APINGU" reminded me a of mario game, as did the end of level flag.
I'm afraid level 6 was the game's downfall.
Too challenging, contained sections where I could hit the top of the world, insta-death upon respawn.
I ragequit.

Remember, if you play tested the game yourself, you will have honed your skills with this game far beyond anyone else. So, level six might be childsplay for you, but it borderline impossible for mere mortals.

Just fix level six.



SolemnSoldierSolemnSoldier

Rated 2 / 5 stars March 6, 2013

The game is great, but the recurring music can get annoying after awhile, It would be a good idea to change the music up a little bit and maybe put a counter of how many fish you have and how many are on the level so a person doesn't try to find fish that don't exist or miss any if they want a perfect score...



madmaestro2021madmaestro2021

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars March 7, 2013

it bored me but thats because of a fatal concept flaw(for me anyway) the only way its hard is if you go for the fish instead of trying to pass the level and that kind of thinking leads to bad puzzle games not bad as in poorly made bad more as in not fun enough to play without something that sets it apart bad



FrancoAparicioFrancoAparicio

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars March 8, 2013

The sudden difficulty change between levels 5 and 6 was... quite surprising.
There's no "replay" button, in case you accidentally fall in the flaw (which actually happened to me), and there's no level selection, nowhere.
Nothing new or interesting to play.