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Planetoid Pengiuins vs. Chaos Nyte
Planetoid Pengiuins
Klobber
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V.S.
Chaos Nyte
Review # 40 for Chaos Nyte
Them's Fightin' Words
    Bill is a penguin. And like a certain other penguin, Bill is on a wacky adventure. But Bill's adventure is self inflicted, and not nearly as much fun.

Storyline- The story consists of Bill wandering around Ploom Island, helping out residents, getting thrown in jail, and helping the Planetoid Penguins, (Some type of super hero team.) help the bad guy, Polar. After several of the Planetoid Penguins are captured, Bill is put in charge of finding a way to Gloom Island, where the last Planetoid Penguin, (Spike) thinks they are being held. So Bill finds a boat in a haunted attic, gets an engine from his hippie cousin, and enlists the help of a sea gull. Only to have to hurry back to Planetoid Penguin Head Quarters after a desperate message is sent requesting Bill's help. (Never mind how he got the message, he just did.) Only when you get there, you can't find Spike, though his voice blocks all the doors out of the room. Woo. Another messed up, incomplete game! Dialogue is relatively amusing, nothing hilarious, but it'll keep you awake.

Graphics- Eh. It's got a definite cartoon style, and the enemy and hero graphics are pretty good, for all that Bill looks more like a whale then a penguin. The maptiles are pretty poor, lack of effort is obvious, especially on Ploom Island. In the end, the game fails to be graphically impressive, or even good.

Gameplay- Well, the quest is unique, though unfinished. Bill has to complete a series of small "Get the item" quests to make the game progress, and there moderately interesting. But the game has some serious holes in the tags, like if you refuse to fight the eel, you can't ever fight him again. Or the fact that you can leave Larpa's dock without a boat. And then the game ends because of a tag error. Bah. This game should of been playtested first.

Music- Well thought out choices. Relaxed and humorous. All ripped, and well chosen. Though the battle theme was far to intense for such a laid back game.
Final Scores
Graphics: 4/10.0
You know, towns should be made up of more then dozen maptiles.
Storyline: 6/10.0
Poor Bill. He's to helpful for his own good.
Gameplay: 3/10.0
Klobber should have played his game before releasing it.
Music: 8/10.0
Good Choices.
Overall Grade: C
Final Thoughts
    Not complete, and not as good as a certain other penguin game.  



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