Mr. Kougar

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Mr. Kougar
Developer(s) Artic
Publisher(s) Artic
Platform(s) Arcade
Release 1984
Genre(s) Platform
Mode(s) 1-2 players alternating
Cabinet Upright, Cocktail
CPU Z80 (@ 3.072 MHz)
Sound Sound CPU: Z80 (@ 1.78975 MHz); Sound Chips: (2x) AY8910 (@ 1.78975 MHz)
Display Raster, 224 x 256 pixels (Vertical), 98 colors

Mr. Kougar is an arcade platform game released by Artic in 1984.

A bootleg was released by Gross. The in-game text is in German and the copyright reads "(c) Gross 1954".[1]


The game involves Mr. Kougar having to eat all the dots of the pattern. The dots are distributed on several moving platforms, who also are the favourites places of the Banalets, the Kougar's enemies. Touching one of the several eggs that can be seen on the screen will turn Mr. Kougar invencible, will led a fairy out (killing any enemies she touch in her way to the top of the screen) or will free a Banalet, adding one more enemy to Kougar.