MR. WONG - A new Amstrad CPC clone of a 1984 game called Mr. Wong's Loopy Laundry

If you have an Amstrad CPC and looking for another game to play through this weekend, then thanks to a heads up via Saberman and XeNoMoRPH, we've been told that Fitosoft has released a new game for the Amstrad CPC called 'MR WONG'; a clone/remake of a 1984 arcade platformer which was originally released by Artic Computing Ltd called Mr. Wong's Loopy Laundry. In light of this news, not only do we have some more information about the game, but we also have two gameplay videos from Saberman and XeNoMoRPH.

Here is what Fitosoft says about the game " I remember back in the 90's that me and my sister spent hours with this game on the cpc 472. Therefore, I set myself the goal of cloning it with c language with the invaluable help of cpctelera. Based on the original Mr. Wong's Loopy Laundry (Artic Computing Ltd, 1984) it is a simple platform game, where the player must keep the business safe. It is a laundry where you must pick up each item of clothing and throw it down the chute that leads to the laundry cart before it is washed".

"You have several high levels that you will have to go through. But it won't be an easy task. Various kinds of objects with bad intentions will try to prevent you from doing your job: crazy irons, bags, soap bubbles. What they don't know is that you have a hidden weapon. A starch gun, which will be limited but you will be able to reload it when the spare appears randomly during the game. In this version the clothes are hung on the clothesline and the sprites of the enemies are animated",

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