Chuckie Egg 32k for the VIC20 has been released via Reset64!

It's incredible to think that Chuckie Egg was a game released years ago in 1983 as a game that not only appeared on the BBC Micro, but a whole string of other systems such as the Amstrad CPC, Amiga, C64 and even the ZX Spectrum. Well fast forward to today and thanks to a Twitter heads up via @ResetC64, we have been told that if you have a VIC20, you can download the latest release of Chuckie Egg; a wonderful 32k conversion by Derek from the Reset64 website!

In this fabulous new release for the VIC20, you play as Hen-House Harry who must collect twelve eggs in each level before the timer runs out. In addition there are piles of seed which may be collected to increase points and stop the countdown timer for a while, but will otherwise be eaten by hens that patrol the level, causing them to pause, if the hens are touched or you fall it's a loss of life. So yes if you remember this game all those years ago, now's the time to play it on your VIC20.


  • Chuckie Egg was originally released on the ZX Spectrum, BBC Micro and Dragon 32 by A&F Software, in 1983.
  • Original game design: Nigel Alderton
  • VIC20 version: Derek 

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