Hen Pecked

For: TI-99/4A

Genres

Main Genre:
Action
Perspective:
3rd-Person/Platform

Overview

TI-99/4A version of Hen Pecked
TI-99/4A version of Hen Pecked
Hen Pecked is an action game released by Romox in 1983 for the TI-99/4A computer. It is a clone of Joust and features similar gameplay. In the game players control a rooster (instead of the osterich found in Joust). On the screen there is a hen house in the bottom middle where players begin along with five clouds which act as platforms. Players control the rooster by flapping its wings and using the joystick or keyboard to guide its direction. The goal is to defeat all of the hens on the screen; similar to Joust, this is accomplished by flying and landing on top of the hens. When successful, the hen turns into an egg which needs to be collected quickly before it hatches. Once all hens on the screen are defeated, the game continues to the next, more difficult level.

Documentation

Hen Pecked Instructions
TI-99/4A