Rupert and the Toymaker's Party - First time trainer for this cute C64 game

In 1985 there was a cute and family fun game released for the C64 called ' Rupert and the Toymaker's Party ', which was developed by Martin Walker and published by Quicksilver for both the C64 and the ZX Spectrum. This game was based on the very famous cartoon character Rupert Bear and had you tasked with getting to a party in the Toymakers castle, to meet his friends by collecting all the party invitations his friends left behind for him, because he made himself late! So as you now know the basic story of the game, you can once again play it but this time by Hokuto Force who has given the game it's very first trainer; ' Rupert and the Toymaker's Party +3DG '.

A lovely game for kids of all ages, which requires you to control Rupert avoiding all the enemies, collecting invitations and jumping on birds for a quick flight across a room. The music and sound effects are lovely with flapping bird noises and armies marching back and forth, and I was also impressed by the bright colours and detailed rooms which make it very appealing to the eye. The only thing I found odd, was the way Rupert walks, it's as if he either has a nasty back ache or he is in a serious need for the loo!

So come and play this family friendly game and give thanks to Hokuto Force for the trainer which gives unlimited lives, collision disable and all doors open!

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