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This article's title is derived from Japanese, because it was never/still has to be localized to English in official sources.

Pingu: The Most Cheerful Penguin in the World (Japanese: ピングー 世界で1番元気なペンギン Hepburn: Pingu: Sekai de Ichiban Genki na Penguin) is an Action game, developed by Tom Create and published by B.I. It was released in Japan for Nintendo Game Boy in 1993.

The game consists of four episodes showcasing Pingu's daily life, like fishing, saving Pinga, playing hockey and snowfighting. There are also minigames which can be found in various igloos like Pingris, Fish Catch!, 15 Puzzle and Hide and Seek.


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Episode 1: Fishing with Pingu

Episode 2: Pinga is Lost

Episode 3: Pingu's Ice Hockey

Episode 4: Pingu's Snowball Fight

List of Minigames

Main plot minigames

Screenshot Info
Fishing with Pingu
Pinga is Lost
Pingu's Ice Hockey
Pingu's Snowball Fight

Sub plot minigames



  • Pingu


  • Pinga
  • Mum
  • Dad
  • Robby
  • Pingo
  • Pingg
  • The Strikers



  • This is the first Pingu video game ever.
  • An 8-bit rendition of Woodpeckers in Space appears in it.
  • The game also has hidden easter eggs.
    • When you enter Pingu, Snowman, Dad, Mum as a password, there is a loop of Pingu dancing.[1]
    • When you enter Pingu, Robby, Pinga, Snowman, a picture of Pingu and Pinga appears.
    • Entering Pingu, Dad, Mom, Pinga as a password, it will bring up a sound test.



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