DescriptionThe Apocalyptic Game About Penguins - The title kinda sums it up. Mad scientist doctor Glowenko is planning to take on the world with an army of bio-engineered cybernetic penguins. One of the penguins, codenamed Pablo, doesn't like the idea and escapes, only to find himself fighting against the whole clone penguin army, leaded by Pedro, another cyber-penguin. The fate of the world is in Pablo's... er... flippers!
TAGAP is a 2-D platformer shoot-em-up, but it plays more like a first-person-shooter than traditional genre game. Keyboard is for movement while guns are handled with mouse. Speaking of weapons, there are plenty to choose from: Uzis, rocket launchers, plasma guns and even combat vehicles. And you'll need them all against endless waves for zombie penguins, security robots and sentry turrets.
But TAGAP isn't just about penguins and guns, but also about pills. There are four different pills that are rewarded for in-game achievements, like hi-scores and killing spree combos. The color-coded drugs have different effects and side effects. As a result gameplay keeps switching from trippy slow-motion to fast-forward chaos – and back!
TAGAP uses OpenGL effects arsenal for 2-D presentation of slightly naïve style, resulting slick, anarchistic presentation easiest described as Mario-meets-Doom. Also featured are built-in level editor and thoroughly-documented TAGAP_Script scripting system. TAGAP: The Apocalyptic Game About Penguins is freeware. It's the debut game of Penguin Development Team, a duo of Finnish hobbyist developers.
- "TAGAP" -- Common Abbreviation
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|Freegame.cz||Aug 18, 2007||92 out of 100||92|
|Plné Hry||Aug 08, 2007||90 out of 100||90|
|Clubic||Sep 17, 2008||90|
|Hrej!||Aug 12, 2007||9 out of 10||90|
|Softonic||Aug 07, 2007||90|
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TriviaTAGAP has many in-game references to id Software's DOOM series. For instance, in "Level 1-B: Warehouse offices", names on the office booths - Buddy Dacote, Flynn Taggart and John Grimm - are all names of the Doom Marine. That character was never officially named, but appeared under different aliases, like Dacote in Tom Hall's original design document, Taggart in novelizations and Grimm in 2005 the motion picture.
Related Web Sites
- TAGAP (Official Site)
- TAGAP: Official Website (Official website of TAGAP and Penguin Development Team.)