Rupert and the Toymaker's Party (Commodore 64)

Rupert and the Toymaker's Party Commodore 64 Title Screen.


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The first digital outing of Rupert Bear, a classic British cartoon character that has been appearing in newspaper Daily Express since 1920.

Rupert has made himself late for his chums' party. The route to the party is through the evil Toymaker's castle. In this platform game, each level is three screens long and consists of three floors connected by stairways that Rupert has to leap up or down. Collect all party invitations but watch out for marching toy soldiers, birds, planes and Jack-out-of-the-boxes. Touch any of them and Rupert loses one of his initial four lives. Luckily white-coloured baddies are willing to cooperate. Jump on them and they will transport Rupert to platforms that initially seem unreachable.

Once all party invitations are collected, a door to the next level will open. In all seven platform levels in the castle must be negotiated before Rupert can attend the party.


Rupert and the Toymaker's Party Commodore 64 The white squares scattered throughout the screen are party invitations Rupert has to collect.
Rupert and the Toymaker's Party Commodore 64 Friendly toy soldiers carry Rupert to the other side of the screen.
Rupert and the Toymaker's Party Commodore 64 Jumping from a stairway is particular tricky for a platform game aimed at children.
Rupert and the Toymaker's Party Commodore 64 At the start you get a hint how to negotiate a level.

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Commodore User Aug, 1985 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Zzap! Sep, 1985 71 out of 100 71
Tilt Dec, 1985 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 50


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