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The Archers

The Archers

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1987

The Archers was written by Pete Austin of Level 9. The BBC Micro version is a text only adventure. You must plan numerous episodes of Radio 4's The Archers and hope to increase the number of listeners each season.

The Archers

The Archers

Amstrad CPC - 1987

Events in the rural village of Ambridge have enthralled BBC Radio 4 listeners since 1950. The computer game re-creation casts you as one of the scriptwriters. The game is split into four parts, in which you control Jack Woolley, Elizabeth Archer, Eddie Grundy and Nelson Gabriel in turn. Guide each character through their decisions (from 3 multiple-choices), with the aim of choosing the most listener-friendly choices. Your choices affect the show's rating directly, as well as changing the forthcoming plot. Characters can be removed from the show depending on how you develop certain...

The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole

The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1987

The follow up to the game The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole. The game is an adventure of sorts, presenting you with 18 months of life viewed through the curious, confused and intellectual eyes of Adrian. Each section features a number of challenges, in which one of three choices on what to do must be made. As you play, the aim is to make Adrian as popular as possible by making the correct choices so as to exert a positive impression on Mum, Dad, Pandora, Nigel, Bert and all the rest. The game is split into four sections, which can be loaded individually or in sequence, with the score remaining...

The Saga of Erik the Viking

The Saga of Erik the Viking

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1984

A video game based on the book of the same title by Terry Jones (from Monty Python). The book was later filmed by him. The game and the film have different stories, though. The game was written by the Austin brothers of Level 9 Computing and published for a range of home computers, including the BBC Microcomputer, by Mosaic.

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1985

Playing this game will take you through a year in the life of Adrian Mole. As you progress through the days in Adrian's diary, you will be asked to make choices for Adrian. Press a number from 1 to 3 to choose one of the options suggested. Pressing key number 4 will display the command and help system menu. This gives a list of the additional features in the game and full instructions on how to use them.

Yes, Prime Minister

Yes, Prime Minister

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1987

A week in the life of the British Prime Minister. But not just any Prime Minister, this game puts you in the shoes of Prime Minister James (Jim) Hacker from the classic BBC television comedy "Yes, Prime Minister". Much like most political simulations, you must balance your popularity with the needs of your party, the meddling of foreign governments, and the small minded incompetence of the civil servants that surround you. All of this is played out with multiple choice dialogues between Hacker and the other cast members of the series (complete with lo-res digital pictures). The dry humor of...

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