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Chuckie Egg II

MobyRank MobyScore
Amstrad CPC
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Atari ST
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3.0
Commodore 64
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Description

Chuckie Egg II is a sequel to platformer game Chuckie Egg, but is very different from the original game. Whereas the original game features eight levels of one screen each, this features many more screens arranged into a maze for you to explore.

In the game, Hen House Harry must build a giant chocolate egg, with the ingredients (cocoa, milk and sugar), that are found in the factory. Eight of each must be included. Also, the eight parts of a toy kit must be found, to place inside the egg.

In order to get all the items you must find your way around the factory, avoiding many types of enemy, and solving puzzles using various items that you can carry. There are a number of ways to get around the factory, including the platforms of the original, but also ropes and pipes, among other things.

Despite the drastic changes from the original, the game still retains the sound effects from the original.

Screenshots

Chuckie Egg II Amstrad CPC Inside the chocolate factory.
Chuckie Egg II Atari ST Game Start
Chuckie Egg II Amstrad CPC Knick-knack-paddy-whack, I gave the dog a bone.
Chuckie Egg II Atari ST Better avoid the dog, unless I can distract him somehow

Alternate Titles

  • "Chocky Egg" -- Sub-title on Spectrum version

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The Press Says

Sinclair User ZX Spectrum Jun, 1985 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60
Your Spectrum ZX Spectrum Jul, 1985 6.5 out of 15 43

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Trivia

Back cover

The Pick & Choose release of Chuckie Egg II has the same wording on the back of the cassette as their release of Chuckie Egg.

Related Web Sites

  • The Chuckie Egg Professional's Resource Kit (A hugely informative archive detailing all known releases, the history of Chuckie Egg, polls, forums, gameplay tips, adverts, reviews, pokes, hacks & upgrades, retro remakes, interviews with CE coders and more ...)
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