This cartoon has been adapted into books (which were published by Wydawnictwo PIK and later by Papilon Publicat (previously Wydawnictwo Posiedlik-Raniowski i Spółka).) and the PC games made and published by Aidem Media, which have a reputation of being absurdly hard for kids' game.
Episodes are available via YouTube search.
Tropes featured include:
- Character Title
- Disability Superpower: In episode Reksio terapeuta ("Reksio the Therapist"), a cockerel using toy car as wheelchair develops strong wings (from pushing it) and learns to fly. He saves his brother from a hawk.
- Early Installment Weirdness: In the first episode called Reksio poliglota ("Reksio the Polyglot"), Reksio wore a black collar (which was absent in following episodes) and his master slightly looked like a stick figure. Also, the first six episodes were probably pilots to the series, so they didn't feature the well known theme song.
- Foreign Re-Score: Aside from having an Alternative Foreign Theme Song, VGI Entertainment's (now V&S Entertainment)note versions of the episodes replace Zenon Kowalowski's score with original compositions by Mark Bradley.
- Heroic Mime: Our protagonist never speaks, whether on screen or computer monitor.
- Instrumental Theme Tune
- Mime and Music-Only Cartoon
- Nearly Normal Animal: Of the Largely Normal kind. Reksio is obviously intelligent, occasionally has human-like mannerisms, can hold things as if with hands and walk on two legs, but behaves mostly like a dog and cannot speak with humans.
- Nintendo Hard: The games are puzzles, and many of them have adults scratching their heads about them.
- 65-Episode Cartoon
- Talking Animal: In the games, every animal except for Reksio talks.