Review by Sui
We're greeted by a very well done picture ... of a cute pingu of course. The blurb tells us a little of what's to come.
Very nice, intelligent camera angles, which do well to set the scene. However parts of it are hard to come to grips with, and seem to go off on a tangent to the main story line. It becomes clearer as the mission progresses however.
The Briefing was the only real let down of this good mission. Though there's not much to say, I would have liked to have seen more about the back story, which is presented a little during the intro.
Now if you've read the Overview, you might have guessed that this mission is a little different than your standard OFP fare. I was quite surprised at the depth this mission has, even though it may seem fairly trivial if only played for 10 minutes or so. The plot line is good for a laugh, and there are enough activities to keep things entertaining until the real fun starts ... but I'll say no more.
Again, to a high standard showing the fruits of our handiwork. Aww ... and look at all the kwute wittle pingus ...
There were a great number of scripts and interfaces incorporated into this mission. All were to a very high standard and did their respective jobs very well. They looked professional and were sensibly laid out. The special effects were good, and the author really used their imagination (read: CRAZY! ) to give us something different.
(Review Date: Mar 2005) If you're looking for something different then this is for you. Be warned, the first part of the mission may take some time to get through. However it's worth persevering to see what crazy stuff comes next...