Neutronized is releasing Picnic Penguin, a free puzzle game with Sokoban elements, today for iOS and Android devices.
Sporting the usual bright and cute visuals that previous Neutronized games use, you play as a little penguin as it pushes various tasty treats onto a picnic basket. You push multiple blocks at a time and need to rearrange them to clear a path which will help you finish each level. Every stage also contains a bunch of coins which can be spent on new skins to diversify your penguin and give them a makeover.
You work your way through the game by entering new worlds, each with their own puzzles and challenges, and you’ll have to see if you can beat each one. Scroll below to see a trailer if you’re still on the fence about downloading it.
Last tweet of the year ???? Wish you a great 2021! Gentle reminder Picnic Penguin will launch in two weeks. Pre-order it on iOS! https://t.co/qsek9ZmCnC pic.twitter.com/79HPjPSWxc — Neutronized (@Neutronized) December 31, 2020
Picnic Penguin was announced via Neutronized’s Twitter account back in November last year. Its previous titles include Mineblast, an adventure platformer where you bomb walls to open your way, Yokai Dungeon: Monster Games, a dungeon crawler about pushing blocks to crush pesky enemies, and the arcade undead platformer Zombie Goes Up.
Penguin Picnic is available from today on the iOS App Store and Google Play for Android. Like many of Neutronized’s previous releases, it is a free to play title containing in-app purchases. If you like puzzle games, you might want to read Jon's list of the best ones available to play on your Android phone or tablet.
you're a penguin, trying to have a picnic - Picnic Penguin is coming early next year! ???? #indiedev ????> tasty puzzles
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????> PRE-ORDER on iOS: https://t.co/xKiCEjxEgp pic.twitter.com/p5EkuafCum — Neutronized (@Neutronized) November 26, 2020