My CGC Entries

Bleedin’ Bob Carolgees (2000)

Bob Carolgees, one time major celebrity and friend to the stars, and now haberdashery shop owner in Northwich, Lancashire, has suffered a major attack on his body by his puppet pal Spit the Dog.

Bleeding profusely from almost every artery in his ample frame, you must guide him to bandages, which help stem the claret flow. Fail to collect them, and you bleed even more! Step in the spilt blood, and it’s Alien acid-like nature drains you of even more energy and life-juice!

Curse that loveable furry dog!

  • Full Manual Included!
  • Smoke On The Water Riff!
  • Blood!
  • All Leather Interior!

“You know, it’s very realistic. What is it again?” – Bob Carolgees
“What a waste” – The Give Blood Foundation
“Polly Wanna Cracker! Squark!” – A Parrot

Get Carter! (2000)

Compressing the entire plot of the Michael Caine film into a two line Text Adventure takes some talent and intelligence! The uncanny similarity to the film comes from many years watching and studying, and intense Sinclair BASIC training.

And it paid off! Look at the gorgeous graphics! The intense intenseness of the gameplay! The full-on Caine experience!

Get Carter! – Out Now for Spectrum!

  • Thankfully, No Caine Quotes!
  • No Spears! That Was Zulu!
  • Text!

“The Only Way Is Up!” – Yazz
“I’M A KNOWN LIAR!” – Pete Thoma$
“Help me, please!” – Man stuck down a well

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1 Response

  1. March 26, 2014

    […] Many, many, many years ago, I wrote a terrible text based roleplaying game called RSG. I initially made a version for the Sinclair Spectrum, but lost the code soon afterwards. Then I wrote a version for the Acorn A4000 in BBC Basic instead of doing my A level computing project. Then a version for the Casio programmable calculator when I’d finished a physics exam. At some point I also made a version in AMOS on the Amiga, and eventually rewrote it for the Spectrum for the 1999 comp.sys.sinclair Crap Games Competition. […]

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