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Fun! Fun! Pingu ~ Welcome! To Antarctica ~ (Japanese: fun!fun! Pingu 初回限定版~ようこそ!南極へ~)(Converted English: Fun! Fun! Pingu Yokuso Nankyoku) is an adventure game, developed by C-Lab and published by Sony Music Entertainment Incorporated, which was released in Japan in 1999. There were also Pingu themed Playstation 1 controllers, memory cards, and postcards to coincide with the games release.

The games objectives include finding objects, using those objects to advance in the game or to get new mini games. As the player goes further in the game, new characters will be available to talk with. After playing the mini games in the story mode, they can be played separately in the main menu of the game. The game also introduces a new character, called Popoff.





  • Move character: D-Pad or Left Analog Stick
  • Execute actions / Pick up objects / Use objects / Talk to characters: Circle Button
  • Walk: X Button
  • Examine: Square Button
  • Run: Triangle Button
  • Use object in inventory: L3 Button
  • Rotate left or right: L1 or R1 Button
  • Voice: L2 Button
  • Voice (Horn): R2 Button
  • Pause game: Start Button




【DEMO MOVIE】Fun!Fun!Pingu(PS)


  • This is the third Pingu video game released and the second to be released only in Japan.
  • This is the only Pingu video game to introduced an exclusive character.
  • The specialists at the Pygos Group helped making this game.
  • The ending song is called "Ai Wa Pika Pika", made by Kazuhiko Kato.
  • This game's models can be downloaded here: [1]


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