Your screen is to small to play this online penguin game.
The goal of the free online game is to collect all the flags in the correct order: red - green - blue - yellow - magenta. Use arrows to jump between islands. You can make simple or double jumps, but a double jump reduce your score like 5 simples jumps, so be careful when you use double jump. To make a double jump press SPACE and a keyboard arrow. Press SHIFT to have a top view Finally, you score depend of the number of jumps and the time passed (so, don't think too much). Have fun!
Do you think penguins are interesting, and do you also like to play a fun online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Ice World game online.
Use your arrow keys to jump and spacebar for double jump. Click the Shift key for top view.
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