Bugsy (video game)

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The European Sinclair ZX Spectrum cover for Bugsy
Developer(s) St. Bride's School
Publisher(s) CRL Group
Engine Quill
Platform(s) Commodore 64
Amstrad CPC
Sinclair ZX Spectrum
Genre(s) Adventure, text
Mode(s) Single player

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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