Bugsy (video game)
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The European Sinclair ZX Spectrum cover for Bugsy
|Developer(s)||St. Bride's School|
|Distribution||Floppy disk, cassette tape|
Bugsy, also known as The King of Chicago, was a 1986 text-adventure game for the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, and Sinclair ZX Spectrum developed by St. Bride's School and published by CRL Group exclusively in Europe. Its protagonist, Bugsy Maroon, was a Bugs Bunny-esque rabbit gangster in 1922 Chicago. The objective of the game is to be a successful criminal. Although primarily a text-adventure, it featured simple graphics depicting the current scene.
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