Summary: Magic Pengel is a game about drawing a monster and fighting it against other monsters in a Rock-Paper-Scissors battle system. Unlike the sequel Graffiti Kingdom what you can draw is constrained by how much color you have collected, giving the game a better sense of progression.
Light fun - great if you aren't looking for anything too deep
9 February 2011
Summary: Magic Pengel appealed to the girly girl in me with its bright colors and cute characters. How fun would it be to create little creatures from my imagination? How much more was I delighted each time I saw something creative in the game that inspired me to think outside the "creatures" box and create...
Summary: I go into games with an open mind- even if I'm far out of the intended age range for them. Starting Magic Pengel, it reminded me a lot of and . These were both games that I laughed at myself for playing, because I felt far too old for them, but I still enjoyed and played to completion.
M. Darden (Colliding Worlds) "Gravity Falls", Amazon
13 October 2010
Summary: ~Teenager Review~ This review is long and will contain spoilers(a lot) so read with caution! Magic Pengel: The Quest For Color is a fun game for older children. The game can be fun for younger children but, as they progress through the story mode, the difficulty in game play will increase.