Can you still play Chuckie Egg?

Can you still play Chuckie Egg?

If you’re of a certain age, then you may well remember playing this platformer on a BBC Micro at your school. Chuckie Egg is now regarded as a cult classic and certainly helped to popularise the platform game. You’ll be pleased to know that this remake of the game is totally free to play.

How many levels are in Chuckie Egg?

Eight levels
Eight levels are defined and are played initially under the watch of a giant caged duck.

What does Chucky Egg mean?

chicken egg
A chucky egg is a British regional term for a chicken egg, especially when it is soft-boiled and chopped up. It is also used as a term of endearment. Related words: chicken egg.

How many copies did Manic Miner sell?

Launched by Sir Clive Sinclair in 1982 for an affordable £125, it quickly became a huge hit and went on to sell over 5 million units.

Who owns Manic Miner?

Matthew Smith

Manic Miner
Developer(s) Matthew Smith
Publisher(s) Bug-Byte (1983) Software Projects (1983) Amsoft (1985)
Platform(s) Amiga, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Commodore 16, C64, Dragon 32/64, Game Boy Advance, Mobile, MSX, Oric 1, SAM Coupé, Tatung Einstein, MTX, PMD 85, Xbox 360, ZX Spectrum
Release 1983

What happened to Matthew Smith Manic Miner?

He created the games Manic Miner and Jet Set Willy for the ZX Spectrum, released in 1983 and 1984 respectively. Smith left the games industry in 1988 and later moved to the Netherlands. He has since returned to the UK and has worked on some games as well as appearing at conventions and in documentaries.

What is a Quirkafleeg?

This is a reference to the comic strip Fat Freddy’s Cat, a spin-off from the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers; in the original comic, the quirkafleeg was an obscure ritual in a foreign country, required to be performed upon the sight of dead furry animals.

How many levels does Manic Miner have?

20 levels
There are 20 levels to complete on Manic Miner.