Circus Charlie (Japan)
Circus Charlie is a classic arcade video game developed and originally released by Konami in 1984. It is a side-scrolling action game that takes players through a series of circus-themed stages, each with its own unique challenges and obstacles. While the game was initially released in Japan, it gained popularity worldwide and was ported to various gaming platforms. Here’s an overview of the game:
In Circus Charlie, players control a circus performer named Charlie as he attempts to complete a series of circus acts and challenges. The game features a colorful and engaging circus atmosphere, with each stage representing a different circus performance.
Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.
Controls in Circus Charlie are typically simple and intuitive:
Left and Right Arrow Keys: Used for moving Charlie left and right.
Jump Button: A button, key, or joystick movement is used for jumping and performing acrobatic maneuvers.
How to Play:
Circus Acts: The game consists of multiple stages, each representing a different circus act, such as jumping through flaming hoops, balancing on tightropes, riding a lion, and more.
Obstacles: Each stage presents its own set of obstacles and challenges. Players must navigate these obstacles while timing their jumps and movements carefully.
Points and Lives: Players earn points for successfully completing circus acts and collecting items. Earning enough points may grant extra lives.
Progression: To complete the game, players must successfully navigate through all the circus acts, with each stage becoming progressively more challenging.
Circus Charlie was originally an arcade game but was later ported to various gaming platforms, including home consoles and computer systems. It became a classic title and was often included in retro gaming compilations and collections.
Please note that my information is based on the state of the game as of my last knowledge update in September 2021, and there may have been additional releases or developments related to “Circus Charlie” since then.