User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

Chuckie Egg II

MobyRank MobyScore
Amstrad CPC
...
...
Amiga
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2.0
Atari ST
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3.0

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
Amiga 1 2.0
Amstrad CPC Awaiting 1 votes...
Atari ST 1 3.0
Commodore 64 Awaiting 1 votes...
ZX Spectrum 2 2.8
Combined MobyScore 4 2.6


The Press Says

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60
Atari STThe Games Machine (UK)
Platforms and ladders may be an aged format, but it's surprisingly how much interest is generated. Definition is simple, with bigger graphics on the Amiga, and both sprites and backgrounds have good detail - but pixel-perfect jumping is required.
60
AmigaThe Games Machine (UK)
Pacey music urges you on, with the Amiga voices predictably more professional sounding. A bit pricey, though, for such a simple game.
60
ZX SpectrumSinclair User
So you thought you had seen the last of it. No more Chuckie Egg, no more little yellow Harry to run up ladders and jump off platforms. You were wrong. Chuckie Egg II has arrived, and it's every bit as nauseating as the original. Chuckie Egg II Chuckie Egg was one of the earliest levels and ladders programs, a game which everybody loathed and nobody could stop playing. The sequel has Harry attempting to get a chocolate egg factory working again, and has a definite arcade-adventure feel to it.
43
ZX SpectrumYour Spectrum
Reasonable graphics, smooth movement, more platforms than Waterloo Station and about as addictive as British Rail coffee!
35
Atari STACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
In short, an irritatingly tricky screen to start and it doesn't even offer much of an incentive to progress. The graphics are obviously an improvement on the 8-bit originals but the gameplay is patently prehistoric.
35
AmigaACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
In short, an irritatingly tricky screen to start and it doesn't even offer much of an incentive to progress. The graphics are obviously an improvement on the 8-bit originals but the gameplay is patently prehistoric.