Penny & Paul's Adventures

Play Penny & Paul's Adventures game and guide Penny on her way to the Ancestral Grounds! Take advantage of the GPS and avoid all the obstacles!

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About Penny & Paul's Adventures Game

  • Game Type
    Flash
  • Requirements
    Any Browser
  • Supported Devices
    Desktop
  • Game Resolution
    800 x 600
  • Last Updated
  • Play Count
    2276
  • Vote Count
    52
  • Rating
    88%

Penny, the penguin, has once again left home for an adventure. This time, she has gone fishing at the ancestral fishing grounds in Penny & Paul's Adventures game. There is no wonder why: there is the best fish that one penguin can find. The only downside is that you have to get them first if you plan to get the best ones.

Good thing her friend Paul is here to help. He has got the latest GPS technology and is willing to take a break from work and guide her through the obstacles on the shortest way possible.

How to Play

The primary objective is to get Penny to the Exit sign until she reaches the fishing place. Control her using the arrows on the keyboard. Once a key pressed, she will slide in the direction in which the arrow is pointing.

What makes it a challenge to walk her around is that she will slide until she meets an obstacle or until she gets to the edge of the area. So, to move her without fooling around, you will have to think a bit in advance. You should try to imagine the trail which she will follow.

On her journey, new obstacles installed by some multinational companies at the north pole will make everything yet more complicated. She will have to pass over treadmills, to move switches that change how the treadmills work and even some discs that will direct her to an entirely other direction clockwise and counter-clockwise.

Sounds kind of complicated, right? It will be much simpler when you get to play it for real, and the instructions are clear and straightforward, so no worries there.

Good luck to you and Penny too!