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Chuckie Egg
Publisher: Pick 'n Choose     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1989

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

flimbo wrote ...2007-08-28 21:03:06
guy ross wrote ...2003-10-16 18:47:23
I first played this on my big brothers' Acorn Electron. bloody ace game, but I didn't like the 16bit versions, with thier flash backgrounds and so on.
Antarro wrote ...2003-10-10 08:49:04
Marvellous little platformer but nothing can beat it on the Spectrum. Preferred the Speccy version to be honest but still an addictive classic.
Stewart McGuinness wrote ...2003-06-20 12:59:14
The 8-bit I played it on was MSX, I remember completing it & going back to the start again.
AJ Perkins wrote ...2003-06-09 18:13:49
I never played this on the ST (shame on me) but I did however play it on the good old ACORN ELECTRON and it was cool on that.. .the game was so addicitive, and funky in a mono colour sort of way.. .GO GET!
Darren Birks (MakeDisk/STew) wrote ...2003-02-18 19:15:49
Way cool :) Tough as fook tho. !
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-10 21:41:38
Chuckie Egg can be found on Automation compact disk 33.
Ivan Ruiz Etxabe wrote ...2001-12-17 21:10:43
A ZX Spectrum classic ported to the enhancement of the Atari ST
Adrian Bradshaw wrote ...2001-12-17 10:25:37
Ahhhhh Chucky Egg... I played this to death on my Dragon 32 so it was a must when I got my 520STFM. It's as simple as a platform game can get, but like so many of the best games, it scores on playability and builds the difficulty to keep up the interest. 2/10 for imagination, but 10/10 for addictiveness....