A new brainchild of Czech developers will be a pleasant surprise for those who are tired of typical and trite computer games. Chuchel is a unique and one-of-the-kind game, and you will see it from the first seconds.
The game is dedicated to a quaint nondescript creature, named Chuchel. Apparently, it is a dusty bowl of a rather difficult disposition. He is quarrelsome and rough in a way, though it is logical, as his cherished cherry was taken by a mischievous monster. Therefore, he decides to find it at whatever the cost. That is a short prehistory, the history starts when the player begins to go through the first level. By the way, there are 30 levels of different difficulty and varied tasks. Some of them might seem easy, the others require more efforts to get to the finish. There are arcade levels, which can be rather rapidly finished, and conundrums. As for the latter, for instance, a player has to place some tools in the right order to go through it. The puzzles may look even weirder: Chuchel must use some fruit to make a band of singers shut up, or use a huge spoon to crack a chicken egg and let the poor prisoners (chickens) go away.
As for the gameplay, it is really simple. The gamer will need only a mouse button or look at a cursor attentively to perform some actions. As for communication between personages within the game, the player will be astonished as the game is practically textless. The game characters are extremely exotic creatures and it is no surprising that they use special language of pictographs and mumbling.
Playing the game, you will notice that Chuchel is a highly optimistic personage. In spite of numerous flaws, he manages to go through the obstacles and carry on the quest of a sought-for cherry. The main hero is persistent and aim-oriented. Various hindrance is not a reason to give up for Chuchel, thus he is a good example for people to get the job done.