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Alfred Chicken PS1

Refreshed version of Alfred Chicken from 1993, in which players play the role of the title rooster, setting off to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend - Floella.

Arcade | platform | 2D | reeditions/remasters/remakes

Sony PlayStation 1
Alfred Chicken cover

Game mode: single player

English language game language: English

game release date for PS1:


Alfred Chicken is a remake of a platform game from 1993, developed by the Möbius Entertainment team. Production appeared on the PS1 console by Sony Computer Entertainment (currently Sony Interactive Entertainment). As a curiosity it should be added that the title was sold only in Europe.


Alfred Chicken allows you to play the title character, whose beloved Floell was kidnapped by the evil MekaChicken. Without thinking too long, our client sets out to save his other half.


In Alfred Chicken the action was shown from the side. The whole was divided into stages taking place in different locations - we are talking about both the lands on the surface and the places filled with water, to the exploration of which the rooster wears an oxygen mask and diving glasses. In the course of the game, our client must first of all jump on the platforms and bypass the ubiquitous traps, as well as use elements of the environment like springs allowing him to perform the highest jumps. In addition, it is also necessary to eliminate enemies (by jumping on their heads), collect crystals affecting our score and finally breakthrough balloons, which gives us access to the next levels.

Power-ups, such as an automatically guided bomb and an earthworm that hurts enemies, are also helpful in completing the task entrusted to the hero; however, in the case of the latter it is necessary to meet certain conditions - for example, in the case of the latter, to find a can with worms.

Technical issues

Although the mechanics of Alfred Chicken on the PS1 does not differ much from that of the original, the production boasts much higher quality polygon-based graphics, as well as an eye-catching soundtrack. In addition, the whole was extended by additional stages, which are in vain to find in the original.

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Age Rating

age requirements: everyone

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