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Year search: 1999
Judge: Alistair Nelson & Graham Goring

Advanced Basic Debugger
AuthorChris Young
Filenamea b debugger.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionTry to debug your programs with this miracle of design.
CommentsAlistair: Not really a game, much like a lot of this years entries. Crap but not a game.

Graham: Plain crap, and obviously trying to cash in on the controversial success of Derek Jolly's winner from last year. I will not tolerate this!


Aberdeen
AuthorNiall De Arab
FilenameAberdeen.tzx
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionYou have to get the University in the city of Aberdeen. Follow the on screeen instructions and you can't go wrong.
CommentsAlistair: Having visited Aberdeen myself I can honestly say that this is a fair representation of the Granite city.

Graham: This game loses out as it provides a valuable insight into why no-one should ever visit the God-forsaken titular city.


Advanced Coin Toss Simulator
AuthorAndrew Collier
Filenameadvanced coin sim.sna
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionToss coins of different value, use the onscreen instructions to choose your coin.
CommentsAlistair: Again not what I would really call a game, more just a way to send yourself to sleep, true the physics model is very good but its just not enough to get this classed as a game.

Graham: Unfortunately it does accurately emulate the random nature of a coin falling and therefor is far too good to win


Arklay FC
AuthorNiall De Arab
FilenameAFC3.TZX
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionTry to save Arklay FC from having to merge with their neighbours Arklay United. Use the many options available to you to raise as much money as possible.
CommentsAlistair: My favourite type of game, a footy management game, unfortunately you dont get to see the players palying. Its more of a boardroom simulator really. This one might have won but then as it is written by a Dundee United fan I didnt think they would be used to winning anything.

Graham: I've never liked football management games and so this automatically fulfils the requirement of being crap by it's very nature. But it's not going to win, as I completed it on my first try and it didn't even force me to sit through a three minute rendition of "Here we go!" played on the BEEP chip.


Advanced Test Failure
AuthorJamie Percival
FilenameArcemu2.tzx
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionTest your favourite arcade ROMS from the comfort of your bedroom.
CommentsAlistair: As Graham says not really a game, and too realistic as well in my opinion. Still crap though.

Graham: This is an excellent piece of software that provides all the thrills and spills of finding out that your favourite arcade game is now pushing up the daisies because of it's corrupted ROM. However it isn't really a game, is it? Tsk!


Little Batty
AuthorEmma Reeves
FilenameBATTY.SNA
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionYou play a bat that has to collect the fruit. Keys Q, A, O, P.
CommentsAlistair: As Graham says a fun little game, it is truly crap though due to the fact that you can fly through the walls, but once again to good to be truly crap.

Graham: This lost out simply because I actually had fun playing it, and therefor it must be of some merit, a fact that got disqualified instantaneously.


Buffy The Vampire Slayer
AuthorChris Young
Filenamebuffy.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionYou must save Willow from the evil Master?!? Dunno what the hell to do other than press the number keys at random.
CommentsAlistair: Having never got a chance to watch Buffy I cannot comment upon the quality of this tie in. However the presentaion of this is far to good to get this game to the top of the pile.

Graham: This game had all the depth and playability of a normal TV/Movie gaming tie-ins and as such was indistinguishable from some of the best Spectrum licensed games like Knight Rider and Street Hawk. Sorry, far too good.


Dodgy's Castle
AuthorNiall De Arab
FilenameCastle.tzx
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionGuide Dopey round a castle. Its another adventure.
CommentsAlistair: This is a truly crap game, it doesnt seem to have a parser at all and the concept is truly crap, in fact i would go so far as to say this game is shite.

Graham: If there's anything more annoying than a text adventure, it's a text adventure that not only doesn't understand abbreviations for the cardinal directions of north, south, east and west but which also forces you to type in every instruction twice. Truly crap on every level, and as of now a excellent bet for winning the 1999 CSS CGC.


Chemistry Test
AuthorIan Collier
Filenamechemitest.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionDo dull things with chemicals, like heat them and stuff like that then try to guess what they are.
CommentsAlistair: Being a chemist I feelk that Ian was trying to stir up soem support from me, but little does he know that this is not the type of chemistry I like. Crap but just because so is most chemistry.

Graham: This game sent me into a hypnotic state of boredom, and as such has a valuable future in the field of hypnotherapy, and is therefor anything but crap. However, should it ever be harnessed by Paul McKenna in the making of one of his dreadful TV shows, then it may be re-assessed.


Class 1 Lawnmower Racing
AuthorChris Young
Filenameclass1.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionRace against yourself in the thrilling world of lawnmower racing, choose the best machine you can to give you the best chance.
CommentsAlistair: This game really captures the thrill of lawnmower racing, thats right it is dull, dull, dull, and very crap but once again this poor gameplay is not followed up with poor presentation.

Graham: Although this game had lots of crapness, it was all over far too soon, and didn't force me to sit through any interminably long BEEP tunes when I won. So, again it lost.


Class 2 Lawnmower Racing
AuthorChris Young
Filenameclass2.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionRace against a friend in the thrilling world of lawnmower racing, choose the best machine you can to give you the best chance.
CommentsAlistair: This game again really captures the thrill of lawnmower racing, thats right it is dull, dull, dull, and very crap but once again this poor gameplay is not followed up with poor presentation. But the inclusion of a two player mode is a real bonus as you fight over the keyboard.

Graham: Very similar to it's 1 player precursor, this is in with a chance of winning due to it's cleverly exploiting the fact that once one player has started, as long as he doesn't release his key and can fend off the other player he'll win. Truly crap.


Clifftop View
AuthorGonad The Barbarian
FilenameCLIFF.SNA
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionYou play a seagull trying to crap on peoples hats, keys are the cursor keys with 0 to fire.
CommentsAlistair: I like the idea of this game, it is a crap idea. Unfortunately the gameplay is there and the design is far to good to win.

Graham: As an accurate simulation of a Seagull this game excelled, and indeed is better than many of the titles that regularly top the Spectrum sales charts. It also includes a strategic element in the way it forces the player to balance the pros and cons of flying low to increase accuracy. Far too good to win.


Curse of the sandwitch
AuthorGonad The Barbarian
FilenameCURSE.TAP
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionYou must overcome the curse of the Sandwitch, by playing through various levels. keys as per most adventure games.
CommentsAlistair: I feel that Graham is a bit harsh with this game, true it has some crapness in it but i once again feel that this is of far too high a standard to be truly classed as crap.

Graham: This had many elements of crapness that places it high among my possible winners, from massively long beep tunes (which are unfortunately in-tune, which does detract from the game's crapness level) to the fact that it's an adventure game (and I loathe those buggers). This is a game to look out for in the possible winner's pen. If anything can seriously harm this game's chances it the excellent usage of graphics that easily rivals the best that the GAC ever created...


End of the World Simulator
AuthorAndy Kavanagh
FilenameEnd.z80
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionWatch as the world explodes in front of your very eyes.
CommentsAlistair: Another program that isn't a game so is instanly disqualified, even though it is truly crap.

Graham: The realism of this program had me cowering behind the sofa with the same degree of terror that Daleks cause in me, meaning that it cannot possibly win because of its authenticity.


Enforcer, The
AuthorGonad The Barbarian
FilenameENF1.SNA
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionKill the bad guys, using the keyboard. Make sure you kill the right one.
CommentsAlistair: It has to be said that this game is definitely to good for this competition, form the graphics to the gameplay its all here.

Graham: I would have happily paid ?7.99 for this game, such is my love of it's classic gameplay, and superb machine code music. I suggest that the author of this game immediately removes himself to the nearest software developer and uses this pinnacle of gaming excellence to get himself a job there.


Enforcer 2, The
AuthorGonad The Barbarian
FilenameENF2.TAP
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionAgain kill the bad guys using the keys.
CommentsAlistair: Definitely a good game, again far too good for this competition.

Graham: The amazing 3D visuals of this game made me duck as bullets came screaming out of my monitor and thudded into the wall behind me. A truly worthy follow up to The Enforcer and a game of such excessive excellence that it cannot possibly be considered crap in any way.


Entertainer, The
AuthorGanad The Barbarian
FilenameENT.TAP
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format128K
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DescriptionListen to the tune The Entertainer.
CommentsAlistair: Not a game. So sorry not a winner.

Graham: A 128K rendition of the tune that gets just enough of it's notes completely and ear-jarringly wrong to ensure that I proclaim it the crappest program of the competition. Unfortunately it's not a game, so I have to disqualify it. Bad luck that man.


Europe Vision
AuthorChris Young
Filenameeuropevision.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionPlay your favourite country in the Eurovision Song Contest.
CommentsAlistair: A very crap game, in that i can't even get selectd for my country. A definite close thing for the title.

Graham: This is a good attempt to capture all the crapness of the Eurovision Song Contest in gaming form. Unfortunately it's let down by the fact that I played it through to completion no less that four times and Ireland didn't win once, indicating that the programming behind the voting simulation is deeply flawed. I'm not sure whether that's a good thing or not, though.


Fantastic Adventure
AuthorWayne McQuilling
FilenameFanadv.z80
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionFind your way out of the cellar.
CommentsAlistair: A great little game and one of the few that I can finish, unfortunately the presentation at the begining is far too good to allow this game to win.

Graham: This game boasts some lovely colour-cycling around the edge of the screen and it's this fact that ensures that it can't win because it really looked rather nice. Not even the fact that the game can be won with the single line "OPEN DOOR" can help this game snatch defeat from the jaws of success.


Forgotten Village
AuthorGonad The Barbarian
FilenameFgtn.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionSomething to do with a forgotten village i suspect :-) Its an adventure game.
CommentsAlistair: Far too good once again, Gonad you must try harder. a nice little adventure game, ifi could find out what i was supposed to be doing :-).

Graham: Despite being truly scared by the grisly opening loading screen, I ventured deeper into this game to find that it was a worryingly competent looking text adventure with good descriptions and an adequate parser. How this didn't end up on a Crash cover tape I'll never know. The battle sections of the game where also as exciting as any WWF match, and for all these reasons this game cannot be classed as crap, merely misguided.


Hunchback 84
AuthorAndrew Owen
FilenameHnchbk84.sna
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionJump acros gaps to get to a rope. Keys are:O, P and SPACE
CommentsAlistair: Reminds me of a C64 game, therefore crap cut not crap enough.

Graham: Is no better or worse that any of the similarly themed games that Ocean released, however it did generate a "B Integer out of range" error message, which is my favourite kind of error message as it shows a true lack of coding talent. This is one to look out for.


Honest Joe
AuthorGonad The Barbarian
FilenameJoe.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionYou play Joe and have to guide him around the town. Some of the names might sound familiar.
CommentsAlistair: Another good game from the Gonad, but again too good to be classed as truly crap, as Graham says far too much fun to be crap.

Graham: This game could have almost been a license of Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, a film that I immensely enjoyed. Unfortunately for the game, this mental association of mine means that I had nothing but fun in Joe's quest to gain ?100. Even when I was caught by the rozzers (ouch!).


Manic Miner Pre-school Edition
AuthorDerek Jolly
FilenameMMPSCH.TAP
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionPlay Manic Miner, its a little easier than you will remember.
CommentsAlistair: I love this game, the idea behind it is crap and the implementation is superbly crap. Its the type of game i would have expected in about 1983 not 1999. In my book the definite winner.

Graham: A triumph of level design, and a game that almost ensured that Derek Jolly won for a second year running, until careful investigation upon my part revealed that he didn't even do all the coding himself, and that evidently some friend of his called Matthew Smith had collaborated with him in the production of the game. I also decided to disqualify him because the filename for his entry had more than three characters in it.


Day in the Life of Mike the Mole, A
AuthorNiall De Arab
FilenameMOLE.TZX
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionGuide your mole, Mike, through the maze. Fiendishly easy to do as there are no enemies. Keys are Q up, A down, O left, P right.
CommentsAlistair: Far too good to be considered truly crap, the level design is amazing and all in only 11Kb.

Graham: This is a fantastically playable game that relies upon split-second reactions and the the RND statement not conspiring to block your exit and make the game impossible to play. Far too enjoyable, but it does have a very nice error in the shape of a "3 subscript wrong" error when you start the game and press LEFT. Crap, but not crap enough.


Mow Business
AuthorMatthew Westcott
FilenameMOW.TZX
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionAnother bloody lawnmower game. Mow lawns and thats about it. Redefinable keys.
CommentsAlistair: A crap game but as there have been two other lawn mower based games this year then this cannot win, due to it being an over subscribed genre. Sorry but thats the way it goes :-)

Graham: This is an attempt to update the traditional Lawm Mower Sim by including an extra level of complexity and therefor boredom to the equation by giving you a choice of four garden tools, which you can swap between at any time.Within seconds of starting the game I was utterly bored by this complete tripe. However it's not going to win in the hope that it'll disuade you people from producing more of these bloody lawn mower games... Grrr!


Nails
AuthorJoe Mackay
Filenamenails.tzx
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionWatch as lifes trials pass you buy and se your nails change levels. Truly engrossing.
CommentsAlistair: Again not really a game, also the person who wrote this cannot win as they are at the same University that my brother works at.

Graham: Without even going into the game proper, this game is my favourite by the virtue of having a loading screen that features "Vince" from the excellent Rex The Runt animation series. However, after going into the actual game, I find that it confounds me intensely by playing a BEEPed rendition of a tune from a cartoon that I can't remember the bloody name of, and further shoots itself in the foot by having a graphic description of the incredibly painful process of having your fingernails removed without anaesthetic


Nuclear Reactions
AuthorChris Young
FilenameNuclear Reactions.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionYou control a nuclear power station with your humble spectrum.
CommentsAlistair: A very crap game, but not crap enough due to the high quality of the graphics and overall presentation.

Graham: This game immediately lost out due to it's stunning loading screen, which was far too good and made excellent use of colour. It also made out that I caused a nuclear meltdown, and I don't like having that kind of rumour spread about me.


Octopus Lite
AuthorAndy Kavanagh
FilenameOCT.Z80
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionKeep your man free from the octopus as he gets the treasure. Havent a clue as to what the keys are :-(
CommentsAlistair: Could have been crap if the movement of the octopus hadnt been so realistic. Again crap but not crap enough. A good attempt.

Graham: This game is very similar to the Nintendo Game And Watch titles of the early 80's, and as such brought back many happy memories of school. A side-effect of this was that I found myself in too happy a mood to possibly be nasty about this game.


Pod
AuthorGonad The Barbarian
FilenamePOD.TAP
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionGet Pod to do all manner of things by typing in your instructions.
CommentsAlistair: I love this, its not really a game just a way of truly interacting with your computer, think tamagootchi only more advanced.

Graham: Pod is a low-budget version of Little Computer People, and although in many ways crap it loses out by the amazing coincidence that it actually understood the first two words I typed in (those being "dance" and "jump") meaning that the programmer was far too thorough in his researching of the human experience and it's digital implementation.


Playing With Polygons
AuthorDerek Jolly
Filenamepolygons.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionMess about with a little grid to make pretty shapes.
CommentsAlistair: Not a game but still a very good piece of coding, and a slap in the face for all those who thought the Spectrum could do good 3D graphics.

Graham: Derek Jolly once again gets far too clever for his own good in providing a program that in no way can be considered a game, and which has only one practical use in that it can be used to generate a fairly authentic reproduction of the final boss of Arkanoid, "Doh". I was also expecting an entertaining game about dead parrots, so this one loses out by being neither a game, and also by breaching the trades and descriptions act.


Queen Puzzle
AuthorAndrew Collier
Filenamequeen puzzle.sna
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionPlace the Queen in a position in which she cannot be attacked.
CommentsAlistair: This is a truly crap game, even a three year old could win this game. This is a very close runner up to the title.

Graham: A brilliantly conceived puzzle executed to the full extent of crapness by it's lack of any challenge. This is a hot contender for the winner's podium...


Rock, Scissors, Paper
AuthorLee Osborne
FilenameRock.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionPlay Rock, scissors, paper against your computer.
CommentsAlistair: This game plays a lovely game of this ancient past time, unfortunately the AI is too good and the computer really knows what it is doing.

Graham: This game captures all the excitement of the traditional game used to decided who will carry out some particularly vile task when a coin isn't available for the tossing. The programming is spot on, and the graphics clear and lovely. So it loses on every count. The loading picture is also very good, and the author does win some points for obliterating part of it with a blacked-out "Program:" message.


Really Smart Game
AuthorAndy Kavanagh
FilenameRSG.Z80
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionKill all the Mister Baddie men without losing your life.
CommentsAlistair: A great game, i almost played it through to completion. Far too good for this competition, the fact that you have two weapons is also a minus for this game.

Graham: Although it features excellent use of spelling mistakes this game loses out by including all the depth and subtlety of modern-day Japanese RPG's in it's battle system, while not encumbering the player with some tedious story about the fight between good and evil or the coming of age of some psychically gifted youth. Bad luck, Andy.


Sentences
AuthorIan Collier
Filenamesentences.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionRearrange the words into a proper sentence.
CommentsAlistair: Dull, dull, dull. Very crap. Almost a winner.

Graham: This seems to be randomly spewed words with little or no gameplay, as a result it uncannily mimics my most hated of all genres, the text adventure and instantly loses out.


Sheepdog
AuthorIan Collier
Filenamesheepdog.tap
Year1999
Position1
Format48K
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DescriptionGet a sheep through a gate.
CommentsAlistair: Dull, dull, dull. Very crap. The winner due to the complete lack of anything to it. I chsallenge anyone to enjoy this.

Graham: This game boasts dodgy controls, piss-poor graphics and negligible gameplay. In other words, it's currently odds-on favourite for the winner unless something else truly crap appears.


Shut It!
AuthorChris Young
Filenameshutit.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionWatch a car move very slowly towards you.
CommentsAlistair: Again not really a game more an advert for the Sweeney, crap but not that carp also the graphics are in a different class.

Graham: This games features a full motion video rendition of the beginning of the seminal police drama, The Sweeney (shown at approximately 1 frame every 20 seconds) and digitised speech. This places it on the same level of competence as most of Codemasters releases. It also features many excellent graphics, but it cleverly avoids including any gameplay, and so could indeed win the competition should every other participant die in a horrible kitchen appliance related disaster.


Snow
AuthorGonad The Barbarian
FilenameSNOW.TAP
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionWatch some snowmen play with their bells.
CommentsAlistair: Guess what this is another one that is not a game, also its a little out of season.

Graham: This is a blatant rip-off of an old BBC-B program that was used at every opportunity every Christmas to annoy the hell out of the teachers. However this isn't Christmas, so this program simply served to remind me that the weather is far too hot and that I was pining for colder times. Grrr!


Stone, Paper, Scissors
AuthorAndy Kavanagh
FilenameSPS.Z80
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionPlay scissors, paper, stone on your computer again.
CommentsAlistair: Another stone, paper, scissors game. Crapper than the earlier one but it came in later so it has to be disqualified :-)

Graham: This is an insipid re-tread of the earlier entry Rock Paper Scissors, and loses out for all the same reasons. This kind of laziness simply makes me sick!


Think of a Number
AuthorDerek Jolly
Filenamethink.tap
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionThink of a number.
CommentsAlistair: Superb in its simplicity, but unfortunately its not quite as crap as Sheepdog.

Graham: Brilliantly capturing all the tedium associated with the statement "Guess who I saw today!" that's often posed by annoying people this game only loses because it's by Derek Jolly, and I'm damned if he's winning two years in a row. Ha!


English to Giant Translator
AuthorNiall Wallace
FilenameTranslat.tzx
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionTranslate from English to Giant, very useful.
CommentsAlistair: Another one thats not a game more a lifestyle tool. Crap but not crap enough.

Graham: This isn't even a game! However it is program that's of immense use if you're seriously planning that package tour up the beanstalk that's curiously appeared in your back garden. Therefor it's not crap. Sorry.


Advanced Pro Wife Simulator
AuthorAndy Kavanagh
Filenamewife.z80
Year1999
PositionNo ranking
Format48K
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DescriptionBefore you decide to get married make sure you play this, it will really open your eyes. Make educated guesses as to what your wife wants to hear. Follow the onscreen instructions again.
CommentsAlistair: This is an essential program for those people planning on getting married, and is just about classable as a game. Unfortunately the responses are far too realistic so no joy for this one.

Graham: The rather nice looking machine code screen fade for this game made it look far too professional, and the software emulation of a wife's AI was much too realistic for this to be considered anything but a triumph of programming design.


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