Panekit: Infinitive Crafting Toy Case

Panekit: Infinitive Crafting Toy Case

The purpose of Panekit is to complete every single mini-game using vehicles build from your own imagination. The player basically drive around In his own custom made vehicle in colorful landscape, playing the mini-games and then unlocking more...

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Name Panekit: Infinitive Crafting Toy Case
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Platform Sony Playstation
Release Date August 5, 1999
Game Type Released
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Developers Sony
Publishers Sony
Genres Sandbox
Max Players 2
Cooperative No
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The purpose of Panekit is to complete every single mini-game using vehicles build from your own imagination. The player basically drive around In his own custom made vehicle in colorful landscape, playing the mini-games and then unlocking more terrains and mini-games to play and travel to. In the beginning, the game gives three vehicles in the player's inventory to choose from. So basically, the player drive around looking for parts and other equipment scattered around the terrain. Most of those parts are located in hard-to-reach places like on top of trees, on the summit of a high cliff, on an island right in the middle of the ocean, or even on top of a suspension bridge. Those parts the player collect are then added to the inventory so they can be used to build new self-designed vehicles.
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