Mr. Ee! is a clone of the classic 1982 arcade game Mr. Do! from Universal/Taito.
Adrian Stephens’ Mr Ee! may not have been given a seal of approval from Universal, and the familiar Mr Do! logo was nowhere to be seen, but you only had to see the first level to realise that the red clown had finally come home. Levels were amazingly accurate; the sprites expertly mimicked those seen in the original game, while even the music was eerily authentic – you even got the little scale if you quickly ate all the cherries. Best of all though, the gameplay was virtually identical, meaning that you could use many of the tactics you employed while playing down your local arcade. [Retro Gamer]
Video review by Colin Hoad.
|Publishers||Micro Power Ltd. (Program Power)|
|Release Type||Commercial Release|
|Secondary genre||Mr. Do!|
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|
|Compilations||10 Computer Hits 1 (Beau Jolly)|
Micro Power Magic 2
This page is the entry for the canonical version of the game. For specific variants, see the list below.
|Mr. Ee! [pre-release]||Micro Power Ltd. (Program Power)||1984|