Pen Pen Tri-Icelon Azygram

Pen Pen Tri-Icelon

Released November 27, 1998 · consists of 2 releases.

A launch game for the Dreamcast, in which you raced penguins to the finish line, through various events.

0.0
 0 total
5 0 
4 0 
3 0 
2 0 
1 0 

Pen Pen Tri-Icelon

First release date November 27, 1998
Platform Dreamcast
Developer General Entertainment
Publisher Atari SA , General Entertainment
Genre Sports , Adventure , Driving/Racing
Theme
Franchises
Aliases Pen Pen

Pen Pen Tri-icelon was a racing game for Dreamcast staring lovable penguins called Pen-Pens. The game's unique hook was that each of the four levels in the game featured three types of gameplay: Walking, Swimming, and Sliding. For the walking portions all you had to do was push the analog stick in the direction you wanted your Pen Pen to go, while occasionally jumping, swimming required you to press the A button for your character to do a forward stroke, sliding used essentially the same controls as swimming however it was more beneficial to tap A in a rhythmic fashion in order for your Pen Pen to get the most distance. The game featured four courses, each with five races. Three of these were difficulty variants while another would have you racing against characters of the same type, and the final one would have you race against the game's only hidden character.

Each level from the medium difficulty onward would feature at least one (and in most cases just one) environmental hazard. These were particularly awkward because for the most part there was nothing you could do to avoid these hazards. For example, in the first level players would have to endure a wind storm whose main purpose seemed to randomize your positions with the other Pen Pens. Another difference between the difficulty levels was track length. Courses at higher difficulty levels were longer than ones at earlier levels, and featured four events rather than the normal three. Winning races would grant you accessories for you to decorate your Pen Pen with. These offered no noticeable gameplay benefit but were just for "fun."

Gallery

0.0
 0 total
5 0 
4 0 
3 0 
2 0 
1 0 

Specific release details

Pen Pen
Pen Pen
Platform Dreamcast
Region United Kingdom
Developer
Publisher
Release date October 14, 1999
Product code None
Company code None
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players N/A
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
Notes N/A

Relate to Pen Pen Tri-Icelon

Try

Try

Try is a randomly generated Sokoban game. Push blocks on to all of the targets. Not every level is possible.

Tri-achnid

Tri-achnid

Tri-achnid is an experimental flash game by Edmund McMillen and Florian Himsl where players control a tri-legged spider.

tri.Attack();

tri.Attack();

tri.Attack();

The Wizard's Pen

The Wizard's Pen

Find the hidden object game from popcap

Tri-Peaks

Tri-Peaks

Tri-Peaks is a card game for Windows 3.1. It was a part of the Entertainment Pack, along with Minesweeper, Solitare, and Microsoft Hearts.

Pig Pen

Pig Pen

A reverse Pac-Man clone in which the playable character leaves dots instead of collecting them. Developped by TMQ Software and published by Datamost for Apple II and PC systems.

Birdie Try

Birdie Try

An arcade golf game by Data East.