Chuckie Egg 2 is to Chuckie Egg what Jet Set Willy is to Manic Miner – it’s a platform game adventure with screens that can be re-visited, and routes that can be planned and executed, with some deft mapping and jumping.
There are some basic puzzles to complete too, like gathering objects to feed into various manufacturing machines, the aim being: to make a toy-carrying chocolate egg from its constituent parts.
This sequel is much less well known than its predecessor, and wasn’t made by the same person who made Chuckie Egg, but is still a decent game in its own right and reasonable fun to play now.
Chuckie Egg 2 was developed by Pete Waterfield and Sean Townsend and published by A&F Software on the ZX Spectrum in 1985. It was also converted to the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST and Amiga.