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Polar Panic

Polar Panic (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Unknown

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12/22/2009

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Polar Panic review

Reviewed February 03, 2010

Benjamin Woodhouse says: "With his home destroyed and family captured, this Ursus maritimus snuffs out Globoco, one life at a time. Sounds like the setup for a gruesome action adventure, but Polar Panic is actually an adorable puzzler. Murder may be the main goal, but the animated adversaries make sure it isn't morbid."
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