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Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color Latest News - PS2

Game Description:If you draw them they will come! Yes, that's right, in Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color, you can doodle your own creatures, or Pengels, that are then automatically rendered into animated 3D characters. Then you can take your Pengels across the land, fighting in arenas and earning new colors and parts in the quest to become the best Pengel ever! Save up to 200 characters on one memory card, or choose from 1,000 ready-made Pengels.
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Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color News

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    Some video games allow us to live out our lofty aspirations of being artistes. You know, the kind who take photos of clouds and rings wedged in the spine of a book so it looks like a heart, then sells glossy prints of it as “photography?” Those artists. Well, maybe not just like that, because that isn't really art at all. It's just...

    Posted December 2, 2011

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  • 'Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color' PlayStation 2 Review

    Posted: July 24, 2003

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