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Great Journey: Mr. Penguin's Letter (PC)

Great Journey: Mr. Penguin's Letter (PC)
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Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Great Journey: Mr. Penguin's Letter (PC). The average rating for this product is 2.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. Opinions about the graphics and design are on the whole positive.

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Expert review by : Rob Michaud (

Great Journey: Mr. Penguin's Letter


Young children are a tough demographic for the computer game industry, as they can definitely be a fickle group. My nephew will take the most lovingly crafted game and toss it to one side because he doesn't like the way a character talks, or because a...

A cute story with great characters and fun puzzles that will appeal to both kids and adults

The game is a little short, and puzzles could be difficult for younger players

Wonderful graphics, a funny story, and enough challenge for kids ensure that Great Journey is a game that lives up to its title.

Aug, 2006

Expert review by : Kevin VanOrd (

PC - Great Journey: Mr. Penguin's Letter Impressions


Players get to choose either a girl or boy as their avatar, so we picked Tony, who just received a letter from Mr. Penguin at the South Pole. It seems someone's been dumping trash in Antarctica, so you need to grab a boat and find Professor Glass, who...

Five separate minigames mix it up a tad: Rescue the Port, Penalty Shots, Picking up Nuts, Photographing Whales, and Ski Jumping. There is also a sailing game in which you need to avoid running into islands, buoys, and thunderstorms. Adult gamers will...

Feb, 2006