With no music, primitive sounds, and low-res (though colorful) graphics, the Charlie the Duck comes off as an inferior copycat of Super Mario Bros. As the aforementioned duck, you run around the sideways-scrolling landscape, collecting gems and avoiding hostile creatures--or jumping on their heads. The gameplay is passable, but the outdated graphics look like they were designed for an eight-bit console. The audio is even more disappointing. There's no music at all, and the sound effects are primitive, to put it charitably. For instance, when a bee stings your duck, you hear a WinXP-like chord. To be fair, Charlie the Duck is generally playable, but you can find much better games, including the same publisher's sequel to this game, Charlie II.
Charlie the Duck is a scrolling platform action game in Mario style, starring a cute little duck named Charlie. The player must help Charlie find his way through several levels, collecting coins, diamonds and other items, and watching out for dangerous creatures. Charlie can also dive into the water and discover secret areas.
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