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Picnic Penguin is the most recent puzzler from famend developer Neutronized, which is now out there for Android

Neutronized, the studio behind popular titles like Super Cat Tales 2 Swap-Swap Panda and Drop Wizard, has just released a new game called Picnic Penguin.

The gameplay in this free casual puzzler is helping a penguin slide groceries onto a picnic blanket. That means not only pushing the groceries, but also removing obstacles in the way to make sure you don’t block your path to victory.

Picnic Penguin is a Sokoban-style puzzler, but a flawless one, with polished pixel art graphics and a retro soundtrack. There are a large number of puzzles to be solved (according to the blurb) in different worlds.

The game is free to download and play. To skip the ads, you’ll need to pay $ 3.99 for the premium version.

You can now download Picnic Penguin from the Google Play Store.

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