|Release date||September 13, 1998 (NA)|
|Mode(s)||Single player, Multiplayer with up to 4-players|
|Age rating(s)||ESRB: K-A (Kids to Adults)|
|Platform(s)||Windows-based PC's Toshiba Spectre|
|Arcade system||Arcade System Missing|
|Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough|
Speedy Eggbert is a computer game for Windows-based PCs published by EPSITEC and developed by eGames. It was released on September 13, 1998, to very little response to the media. The game is a side scrolling action/puzzle game featuring "Eggbert", a yellow egg, as the main character. Although Speedy Eggbert was not a high-profile game when it was released, it managed to get its very own fanbase. A sequel also exists.
The whole game is centered on a central hub, where you can access all of the game's seven themed worlds. At first you can only go to the practice level, where you will learn most of the controls listed above. The rest of the controls are not shown to you during the practice game; they are left for the player to discover these moves while passing through the levels.
The game has over 40 levels, ranging from easy to difficult. The point of each level is to collect all the treasure chests and then move to the endpoint. The game includes enemies which you cannot destroy normally, but that you can destroy using vehicles. The game lets you drive a Helicopter, a Glue Tank, a Jeep and a Skateboard. Each of them lets you use a special ability.
On a player's account they can make up to 20 custom missions (160 custom missions for all players) They can use all the objects enemies and vehicles to make their levels. However you cannot make the large keys on single player mode.
Among the changes noticeable in the sequel, Speedy Eggbert 2, are the addition of keys and lock barriers, teleporters, special barriers that only open when a specified number of treasure boxes have been collected, new enemies for Eggbert to defeat, and the addition of new themes, such as slime, cavern, cheese, and palace. A new vehicle, the hovercraft, is introduced in Speedy Eggbert 2. The player is also allowed to create his/her own levels.
- Speedy Eggbert is also known as Blupi by his original creator. The name 'Eggbert' was coined by eGames.
- Eggbert is also the star of the games Blupi Mania, Blupi at Home, and Planet Blupi.
- Even though the game was published by eGames the original concept came from the company EPSITEC located at CeeBot.com or EPSITEC.ch.
- A piece of adware called "TSADBOT" is included with the software, but it is now inane as the TSADBOT server was closed down on March 21, 2007.