## Introduction

Ok. So. Deciding to go back to this old game I use to play a lot. Learn to fly. This penguin here can survive its crashes Unhurt. There are crashes in the three games. I will focus on 1. As 2 and 3 have feats that are far stronger than what any KE could provide. 2 having the Dummy break a massive ice berg, and 3 they crash into the moon and break it apart.

Now the max speed I found when flying straight, plus what the game shows. Is about 225 MPH. At the start of the game. The penguin specifically looked up an Emperor Penguin. These weigh 51 pounds. But that’s not all. He also is wearing a hang glider and a rocket on his side. Comparing to smaller hang gliders. One should weigh around 40 pounds. And for the rocket. We will compare to him.

## Rocket Measurement

Now we need to do two parts. The bottom cylinder part. And the top cone part separately

**Cylinder of rocket**

As a male emperor penguin. He at most should be 4.3 feet.

Penguin is 131 pixels and 4.3 feet

Rocket height is 76 pixels and 2.494656488549618 feet

Rocker Diameter is 28 pixels and 0.919083969465649 feet. Meaning

Rocket radius is 0.459541984732824 feet

Place this in a Cubic centimeter Calculator and

46865.785892152293 Cubic Centimeters

Now. Steel weighs 7.9 grams per CC.

46865.785892152293 * 7.9 = 370,239.7085480031 Grams. Or 816.23883697162523276 pounds.

But we need to take in account the hollowness for the fuel. We will assume 80 percent hollowness. So. 20 percent of this means

163.247767394 pounds

**Fuel**

Now for the fuel. Which we will use the same CC as same container. And assume 70 percent is filled with fuel. Leaving 10 percent for any non filled gaps of either fuel or metal

46865.785892152293 is our Cubic centimeters again

Fuel i found weighed 0.7489 grams Per CC.

46865.785892152293 * 0.7489 = 35,097.78705463285 Grams. Or 77.377375317474687222 Pounds.

Assuming 70 percent is fuel. And we have

54.1641627222 pounds

**Cone of Rocket**

Now. One last thing. There’s a cone at the very top. We will measure this to finish it up

Penguin is 131 pixels and 4.3 feet

Cone height is 10 pixels and 0.32824427480916 feet

Cone Diameter is 28 pixels and 0.919083969465649 feet. Meaning

Cone radius is 0.459541984732824 feet

Put this in a cubic centimeter calculator and

2055.5169250944068153 CC

Steel is again. 7.9 Grams per CC. So

2055.5169250944068153 * 7.9 = 16,238.58370824582 Grams. Or 35.799948989983711556 pounds.

I don’t believe this would be hollow. But if I’m wrong. I’ll edit it.

## Final Weights

Penguin = 51 Pounds

Hang Glider = 40 Pounds

Rocket Cylinder = 163.247767394 Pounds

Rocket Fuel = 54.1641627222 Pounds

Rocket Cone = 35.799948989983711556 Pounds

Total weight = 344.2118791061837 Pounds.

## Kinetic Energy

Finally. Now for the easy part

So simple KE. 344.2118791061837 pounds moving at 225 MPH gets us

789,804 Joule of energy. **Wall level**

Pretty impressive. But we aren’t entirely done. That’s when flying directly straight. They can move even faster when they are shooting straight down. Up to 345 MPH. But one quick issue in this one. You need to use a bit of fuel in order to reach this speed while shooting down. So to play it safest. I’ll assume 20 percent of the fuel is used before crash. So.

54.1641627222 Pounds is our fuel. And 80 percent is

43.3314402 pounds. Making out weight total here. 333.3791565839837 pounds

333.3791565839837 pounds, moving at 345 MPH. And we get

1,798,478 Joules of energy. **Wall level**

Real nice.

## Final results

Flying straight = 789,804 Joules of energy. **Wall level**

Flying downwards = 1,798,478 Joules of energy. **Wall level**

Downwards scales to durability, and AP if flying down at a person

Straight is just AP and durability.