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  1. Again, I may be like 30+ years after other people here as to classic atari-console game-mastery, but found out: In Pengo, the standard way of taking down a Snow-bee is to push an ice-block on it. The second way is to push the wall of the gamefield when Snow-bees are close to it. It knocks them out for 4 seconds or so, so you can just walk over them to take them. The third way is to push 3 diamond-blocks in a vertical or horizontal line, which give a huge bonus and knocks out all Snow-bees on screen for 4-5 seconds. Walk over as many as possible to take them out. Now I discovered a fourth way. To complete a level (called bird), you must take out a set number of Snow-bees. There are limits as to how many are on screen at-once. And here is the trick: as soon as one Snow-bee is out, several ice-blocks begins to blink in the color of the Snow-bees on that level. If you are quick and destroys the flashig ice-block before the Snow-bee spawns, you actually get one more on the counter of how many are taken out. So you can take out Snow-bees (before they come out to chase you), by destroying the flashing ice-block when they are about to emerge from these. In two of images provided you’ll see a destroyed color-flashing ice-block and in the next image the Snow-bee-count decreased from 4 to 3. Good gaming!
  2. One my reasons for getting an Atari 5200 console in the first place was to see how a home console, contemporary with the arcade machines I played very early, performed. So, Pengo, Star Wars Arcade, Pole Position and Robotron 2084 were Arcades I remembered to have played from the period 1982-84. So: Pengo... I played it both with a refurbished orginal controller and an moderated Neo-Geo joystick (which works on many, but not all games). Pengo have you playing the Penguin Pengo in randomly generated mazes of ice-blocks. It is on one screen at a time. You view it from birds-perspective (a bit of a pun there I guess). You can move Pengo in four directions, up, down, left and right, and if you walk to the ice-blocks making up the maze and push the firebutton while moving against the ice-block, you send it across the screen. You are hunted by some strange, but kind of cute´n cartoony creatures called Snow-bees. If they touch you, you are knocked out, and loses a life. You must take out the Snow-bees by pushing the ice-blocks on them, which takes them out. Also if they move along the edge of the game-area, and you also happen to be there, you can turn toward these walls and push them, making the walls occilate and knock out a Snow-be for a few seconds. Move over it, and you wipe it out. Every level has more Snow bees to get of rid. Every time you get rid of all Snow bees on a level (displayed on the top of the screen), you get to another round, new level. You can also push tree diamond-blocks - distributed randomly on levels - in a horizontal or vertical line - to have all Snow-bees on screen knowked out for some seconds; move Pengo over them to wipe them out and get bonus-score. So how is the game? In my my view: awesome!! Multicoloured sprites makes it look very nice. Pengo is cute. The Snow-bees are done really well. It retains the basic feel of the arcade. The music is different than the arcade which had «popcorn». Now, I never liked «popcorn» so I think its a bonus to have original Pengo music for the Atari 5200. Playing it with a third party arcade-stick/joystick (like Wico etc) is the best way, but its not unplayable with the orginal stick; just make sure you really have the stick overtly moved up/down/left/right, not just a little, but all the way, in a firm way, till it touches the edge, etc. But if you have a third-party joystick or an adapter that enables you to use a normal joypad, do that. Unfortunately, I don´t think you can complete the game; not sure, but I think it goes on and on until you spend all your lives. I´d rather prefer like 50 or 100 levels, then a «you made it» comment. I may be rong here, and please comment. So here is my score. (I use 1-10, including 1,5...3,5 ... etc) Graphics: 9 Sound: 8 Playability: Joystick 8,5 / Original Controller 6,5 Lastability: 8 Amusementability: 9 Overall: 8,5 Pengo is awesome, a classic and must-have for the Atari 5200. By: Giles N — Please let me know what you think.
  3. Hi guys, I completed this tribute to PENGO for our beloved TI-99/4A. Thanks to Ciro of the http://www.ti99iuc.it/ for the hard testing Download the game: http://www.bleepbit.com/2019/05/12/pengo-tribute-for-ti-99-4a/ I hope you have fun! Luca
  4. For trade: Odyssey 2: Power Lords (loose cart) Atari loose carts: Mr. Do's Castle R8 Rubik's Cube R8 Atari Video Cube R7 Cosmic Swarm (NTSC) R6 Cosmic Swarm (PAL/Australian) R? Demolition Herby (B&W label) R6 Frogger II: Threedeep R6 Marauder R6 Mines of Minos (PAL/Australian) R? Pengo (bad end label) R6 Pengo (good label) R6 River Raid II R6 Room of Doom (NTSC) R6 Room of Doom (PAL/Australian) R? Tapper R6 Threshold R6 Crypts of Chaos R5 Double Dragon (bad end label) R5 King Kong (missing end label) R5 London Blitz R5 Miner 2049er R5 Mr. Do R5 Pigs in Space R5 Private Eye R5 Snoopy and the Red Barron R5 Strategy X R5 Tax Avoiders R5 Kool-Aid Man R4 Krull R4 Masters of the Universe (black label) R4 Pick n Pile (PAL) R4 Sub Scan R4 Spiderdroid R3 Tapeworm R3 Atari VCS CIB: River Raid II (sealed) Intellivision: Demon Attack CIB + sealed Nintendo 64: Backup Z64 CIB (256 Mbit version) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z64 ------------------------------------------------------------- Wanted: Atari 2600 games boxed (or empty box and manual where specified). Alien (box and cart) Earth Dies Screaming (box and manual) Spacemaster X-7 Beamrider Cosmic Swarm (2nd version artwork only) Mines of Minos Room of Doom Front Line Mr. Do (box) Roc'n Rope (box and manual) Smurfs: Rescue in Gargamel's Castle (box) Time Pilot (box) Subterranea Burger Time Thunderground Spy Hunter (will take a loose cart) Stargunner (box) Jawbreaker (box) Marauder (box and manual) Threshold (box) Sub Scan (box and inserts) No Escape (Black box) Demon Attack (Silver box) Moonsweeper Quick Step Subterranea Laser Gates Atari 2600 games loose carts or otherwise: Boulder Dash (loose or CIB) Quadrun Subterranea Alien Q-Bert's Qubes Atari accessories: Questar joystick KY Enterprises FingerTip Controller Supr Stick Professional Joystick TVS/Total Video Supply Game Safe Any commercially-produced carrying-case type storage for Atari 2600 cartridges in very good condition Odyssey 2 games: Power Lords Atlantis Frogger Popeye Q-Bert Super Cobra Tutankham Commando Nocturno Mage treasure chest version Any homebrew games besides Amok and Revival Studios releases (already have them) Brazilian games (unreleased in U.S.) Multi-carts Other Items: Imagic dealer catalogs, shirts, or other merch Odyssey Adventure magazines Electronic Games magazines Atari Age magazines Power Lords toys and accessories Tron action figures (original 80s) Tron Legacy PS2, Xbox, Wii controllers Atari Force mug, t-shirt Activision patches Centipede Championship patch Demon Attack poster PM me if interested.. Serious inquiries only, please..!
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