The Pick & Choose release of Chuckie Egg
has the same wording on the back of the cassette as their release of Chuckie Egg II
Before leaving A'n'F to join Ocean
, Nigel Alderton
was working on a sequel, Chuckie Apple
. This was never coded, however the design was completed, and has been made available on the Bagshot Row fansite (see Links & Searches). An informal competition to get someone to code the game has also been launched - perhaps one day Chuckie Apple
will take its place in MobyGames as a completed work.
was made in the school summer holidays when developer Nigel Alderton
was about sixteen or seventeen years old. After two months of development, he took a one-level pre-release version to A&F Software
, who released it in 1983.
Information also contributed by
piltdown man and
- Retro Gamer
- October 2004 (Issue #9) – #28 Best Game Of All Time (Readers' Vote)
- Issue #37 - #8 in the "Top 25 Platformers of All Time" poll