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Chuck Rock
Publisher: Core Design     Developer: Core Design
Year of release: 1991

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# 23 - Jun 91

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-03-17 08:46:26
Here we go... another great platformer. No soundtrack but still works great. A hard game though with good graphics & good gameplay, although the Master System version was better. Anybody complete it?
Carl619 wrote ...2004-09-25 15:46:49
this had to be one of the best games on the ST, along with 'oh no! more lemmings!', and 'xenon 2: megablast'!!!! even looking back now, the graphics r so impressive!!! i had the game :( but it broke....
Buchaka wrote ...2004-02-11 06:02:35
Great game, great graphics, great gameplay, great intro secuence, great animations... grab it now!
Bazfan is an asshole wrote ...2003-07-29 08:10:24
I do declare Bazfan is a big fat cock who spoils everything for everybody. F**k off Bazfan.
Ragstaff wrote ...2003-06-24 07:40:14
Yes, I remember playing this. I always used the cheats though, so that was a bit naughty of me :-)
AJ Perkins wrote ...2003-06-09 18:12:24
GREAT GAME! The graphics were funky, as well as the sound, and it was just so fun to play... a good platform if there ever was one!
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-10 21:34:15
Chuck Rock can be found on Automation compact disk 507, Pulsion compact disk 73 and Fuzion compact disks 53 and 54. The extra levels are on Automation compact disk 511.
bazfan wrote ...2002-06-18 18:12:25
this is an ace game,i am really surprised nobody as written about this,it as a good intro, and the gfx are brill,along with the playability,shame about the sonics though, but hey this is the st.....