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About This Game

Charlie the Duck is an old school 2D side-scrolling platform game. Run through levels, collect coins, diamonds and other power ups. Jump on top of enemies to defeat them. Dive into the water to find hidden areas!

This is a complete remake of the PC version originally released in 1996 for MS-DOS. The game is nearly identical, but some small changes have been made. This version does not use separate buttons to walk slower or faster, some levels were modified a bit to make everything work well with the constant walking speed. Also, there have been some small changes to make the game a little easier and less frustrating. And now there is also background music!

[Left] and [Right]: walk
[Up] / [Space]: jump
[Down]: in some places Charlie can dive into the water 7ad7b8b382



Title: Charlie the Duck
Genre: Action, Adventure, Casual, Indie
Developer:
Mike Wiering
Publisher:
Wiering Software
Release Date: 22 Sep, 2017


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP SP3 or later
  • Processor: 1.5 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 or later compatible card
  • Storage: 30 MB available space

English,Dutch




The first time I played this video game was in the 1990s, when I was four or five years old.

Today, after twenty years, I finally made it past the big fish - only to be killed by a small caterpillar.

You win again, game, but give me another twenty years and I'll get to level 3. Just you wait and see!. The first time I played this video game was in the 1990s, when I was four or five years old.

Today, after twenty years, I finally made it past the big fish - only to be killed by a small caterpillar.

You win again, game, but give me another twenty years and I'll get to level 3. Just you wait and see!. Alot of fun with charming graphics and music, if you enjoy platformers this game is a must. With lots of secrects and hidden passages I had alot of fun exploring to earn achievements. I hope others have the opportunity to enjoy this game like I did.. Very cute little platformer. Total throwback to old early-mid 90s computer platformers, this came out 20 years ago and absolutely feels it. I missed this the first time around so it was cool getting a new chance at discovering this. Simple to play and control but quite a bit of fun.

I think if I had one major issues, it's that hitbox collision in this game is REALLY rough. On the first boss, you have to hit him from an absolute certain pixel. If you're even off by a bit, you'll miss and get hit. This part was rather frustrating especially when you're visually hitting him, but it's not working. I eventually got by it, but that moment, plus a few others, dampered things a bit for me.

With that in mind, if you understand where the game comes from and can deal with that flaw, it's worth the look. If the flaw worries you but you're curious I'd wait for a sale.. The game from my childhood that I loved so much to play! I took it to school in the form of a floppy disk back in the day and installed it in all my computer class's PCs. While the teacher explained stuff me and my friends were constantly playing this game. So fun and with many hidden stuff to find! If you want some nostalgia in the form of side scrolling platform game, you should buy this cute af duck game! When I saw it on steam I had to automatically buy it!. Alot of fun with charming graphics and music, if you enjoy platformers this game is a must. With lots of secrects and hidden passages I had alot of fun exploring to earn achievements. I hope others have the opportunity to enjoy this game like I did.. Charlie the Duck is a remake of a 1996 side-scrolling platformer with the same name and developer.

You can find a about over 10 minutes of gameplay with commentary here:
www.youtube.com\/watch?v=XRu-iKdupII\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noreferrer\" >https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=XRu-iKdupII<\/a>

You control Charlie the Duck. The goal of the game is simple, progress through 3 Worlds, each make up of 3 stages and an additional boss stage.

Movement is simply left and right, with a jump. Some of the water that Charlie can swim on are portals to hidden areas - pressing down will take you to an addition zone on the stage so you can collect additional coins and diamonds. It is prudent to check all the water parts as I found some stages include multiple hidden zones.

You can play with keyboard or controller - but I found that sometimes while using the thumb stick to move on my xbox controller that Charlie would just keep walking in the direction I was pressing, even after releasing it. All I could do is put him up against an obstacle in the game and wait for it to stop. I have not had this problem with other games, so I do not believe it is an issue with my setup. Using the D-Pad on the controller to move seemed to avoid this problem.

I thought sound effects were fine, as was the music. The graphics are a 16 bit style, and the background is layered to give visual depth.

Gameplay wise, its an adequate platformer which (at my skill level) I found challenging enough. Thankfully when I died I could continue from the start of the world stage I reached. This was appreciated as I died A LOT on the 1st boss. But it does take away from the replayability of the game, I don't see myself playing it again after I have completed it.

I was torn on recommending this game. Gameplay wise its fine, but I feel the price at release is too high given the amount of content in the game. It took me a bit over 30 minutes to complete the 1st world. If that continues for the other 2, then I will be finished in an hour and a half. For $6.99, that is a limited amount of play considering I don't feel there is much replayability. If you are interested, I recommend waiting for a sale before picking it up, at a cheaper price I would recommending if platformers is your preferred game.

If you do decide to buy this game, just a tip for fighting the first boss (the fish). You need to jump on his eyes, closer to front of his body instead nearer to the spikes on his back to score a hit.. Charlie the Duck is a remake of a 1996 side-scrolling platformer with the same name and developer.

You can find a about over 10 minutes of gameplay with commentary here:
www.youtube.com\/watch?v=XRu-iKdupII\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noreferrer\" >https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=XRu-iKdupII<\/a>

You control Charlie the Duck. The goal of the game is simple, progress through 3 Worlds, each make up of 3 stages and an additional boss stage.

Movement is simply left and right, with a jump. Some of the water that Charlie can swim on are portals to hidden areas - pressing down will take you to an addition zone on the stage so you can collect additional coins and diamonds. It is prudent to check all the water parts as I found some stages include multiple hidden zones.

You can play with keyboard or controller - but I found that sometimes while using the thumb stick to move on my xbox controller that Charlie would just keep walking in the direction I was pressing, even after releasing it. All I could do is put him up against an obstacle in the game and wait for it to stop. I have not had this problem with other games, so I do not believe it is an issue with my setup. Using the D-Pad on the controller to move seemed to avoid this problem.

I thought sound effects were fine, as was the music. The graphics are a 16 bit style, and the background is layered to give visual depth.

Gameplay wise, its an adequate platformer which (at my skill level) I found challenging enough. Thankfully when I died I could continue from the start of the world stage I reached. This was appreciated as I died A LOT on the 1st boss. But it does take away from the replayability of the game, I don't see myself playing it again after I have completed it.

I was torn on recommending this game. Gameplay wise its fine, but I feel the price at release is too high given the amount of content in the game. It took me a bit over 30 minutes to complete the 1st world. If that continues for the other 2, then I will be finished in an hour and a half. For $6.99, that is a limited amount of play considering I don't feel there is much replayability. If you are interested, I recommend waiting for a sale before picking it up, at a cheaper price I would recommending if platformers is your preferred game.

If you do decide to buy this game, just a tip for fighting the first boss (the fish). You need to jump on his eyes, closer to front of his body instead nearer to the spikes on his back to score a hit.. This was my first game ever that I played on my first Windows 98 PC back when I was 6~8.

After almost 20 years, I was able to pass the first boss.


I AM recommending this.



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