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Chucky And King Of The Woods Giveaway

Game Giveaway of the day — Chucky And King Of The Woods

Join in the adventures of a little elephant named Chucky.
User rating: 7 (70%) 3 (30%) 8 comments

Chucky And King Of The Woods was available as a giveaway on October 13, 2022!

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Join in the adventures of a little elephant named Chucky. Once upon a time somewhere in the beautiful land, Chucky and his family lived in the village of Hoboton. But once there was a great evil residing there too. The evil dragon and his army seized the dead and all else in their path. He burned all the villages, robbed and forced residents to work for and to obey him. But once Chucky managed to escape from captivity, he vowed to rescue the entire village and his family. He went to look for friends in the dangerous jungle to join him...

Features: The game plunges you into the world of wildlife that surrounds the character. A combination of good old platforming and completely new physics and graphics that give the game a special atmosphere.

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File Size:

139 MB



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Please read the introduction below the countdown timer for details of the game and check our Sailor bears review below. I kept getting errors while playing the game. Initially it was a Direct X error, but I was still able to continue but on the second level the game crashed with a ''Runtime Error.'' Tried a couple of times with the same result then gave up..







Notes on Security

I scanned a zipped copy of the installed game using Virus Total and it found zero hits from 63 antimalware engines. You can see the results of the scan HERE

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

I'm posting this on October 19, 2022 because something new has been discovered about this game, so an FYI. On October 18th we got the sequel to this game. Sailorbear then reported that he couldn't get the custom cursor all the way to the bottom of the screen on the sequel. I couldn't get the Chucky sequel to work because my equipment's far too old. It slogs down then locks up my ancient graphics. But to make sure that I wasn't suddenly experiencing a loss of performance, I went back and tried this version of Chucky. And noticed that I had the same problem, maybe worse. The custom cursor wouldn't go all the way to the right, as well as not all the way to the bottom. It appears that the "Chucky's" have a problem adjusting to lower resolutions. I tried all the way down to 800x600 and it just got worse. The closest I got was 1440 x 900, the highest - and recommended - resolution of the old 19" monitor I'm using. A 16:10 resolution. Even with that, there was still about 1/8th of the screen on the right and bottom I couldn't reach. Though I did experiment with using ctrl-esc to superimpose the taskbar over the screen, and, when the custom cursor was near the bottom of the game screen, I also had the windows cursor in the taskbar. So, this game doesn't adapt completely to lower resolutions, though, since it isn't a mouse based game this is a minor problem. It appears best for 16:9 higher resolutions, maybe 1920 x 1080. Or at least a 16:9 resolution bigger than a 1440.

Reply   |   Comment by watcher13  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I like it! As Whiterabbit frequently says, "for short sessions". In that sense, it's kind of fun. Simple gameplay design, but not without challenges. Would have liked to be able to turn off the custom cursor, since it isn't necessary to game play, but that's really just a complaint that applies to older machines - 32 bit, Win XP, SP3 - like mine, so not really worth complaining about. These custom cursors slow the older machines down, but hardly a big deal. Also, don't like that each time you come back into the game, even after just returning to the main menu, you have to go through the intro again, though you can skip past it quickly. Adding a skip option for the whole thing, or remembering that you played it through at least once, doesn't seem to be difficult coding. Chucky, doesn't always jump the way I hoped he would, but that's probably me, and movement is pretty much predictable. No real requirements to score in order to complete the level it seems. You just get from the beginning to the end, which wasn't marked in the 1st level - probably isn't anywhere - it's just a surprise when you get there, accumulating as many points and bonuses as you can from gathering fruit, breaking boxes, killing enemies and so forth. Pseudo/cliched jungle music is still mildly enjoyable and not intrusive. Leaving it on doesn't annoy me. Having a bit of a problem with level 2. Haven't mastered the jump/movement that gets me past a set of spikes, but think it's clear that it's just a simple game that proves again that simple games can be fun.

Only running 1 video card, nothing from NVIDIA, and the fact that my machine is old and simple in the graphic sense is probably why I didn't have that error problem.

Thanks GGOTD, Falcoware for submitting this one, and Whiterabbit and the community for their reviews and comments.

Reply   |   Comment by watcher13  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

This game starts out with a butchered English translation of the introduction story. It also appears to have no options to control volume of music and sfx, nor ability to go full screen. So far, I've found movement to be choppy, and not quite as smooth as you want it to be for this type of game. I'm only on level 1, but will probably continue to play as a diversion from match 3 games.

Reply   |   Comment by Heather K  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Hi there,

By starting the game it throws an exception-error having to do with "nvd3dum.dll" and then hangs around in task-manager. I'm using WIN10 64BIT + 370RTX, having newest nvidia-drivers on board, no issues like that with any other games I'm using left. Therefore it should have to do with that specific game not compatible with used OS + graphic-card?

Best Regards

Reply   |   Comment by Dython  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Dython, new findings and useable workaround is: by using dgVoodoo V2.72 the game starts without errors.

Reply   |   Comment by Dython  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Dython, I used to have a gaming laptop which had both an Intel and NVIDIA graphics card. I found that many games were trying to use the wrong video card for launching the application. Even the special options for that laptop were not working to choose what I want to use to launch the games. Had to find special fixes to override what the computer wanted to do.

Reply   |   Comment by sailorbear510 aka Jason  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

Today's game is a very family friendly run and jump type of game where you control an elephant named Chucky. It has no bearing on the not so family friendly movie character.

You have lots you can use to help you jump up to higher grounds and create jumping chains, springs, boxes and so forth. Levels have hidden passage ways. Play the first level and you'll see what I mean.

There are lots of coins to collect in game too.

Game controls are simple - you use the Space bar to jump and the arrow keys to move Chucky around. So far I've not found any use for other keys which makes me believe this is just a simple but cute platformer.

Story Line is ok too.

While not directly related to this game, there is a game of the run and jump genre called Tembo The Bad Ass Elephant which was published by Sega and developed by well known Pokemon Developer Game Freak. You can get this game currently on sale from Steam for $3.74


You can even download a free demo before you buy it to make sure it's what you want.

About today's giveaway, the only problem I had with this game was window focus. It also presented issues with the mouse cursor as well and things did not line up so well. Eventually I figured it out with Alt Enter and it played a little better.

With the simplicity of controls and the colorful nature of this game its really worth giving this a try if you're looking for a different platformer to play.

Reply   |   Comment by sailorbear510 aka Jason  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)
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