This claims to be the world's 'funnyised' graphics adventure. It is 'inspired' by the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and its cover includes a salacious white rabbit sanguinely licking its bloody chops. For those who have seen the movie, the reference will not only be obvious, but bring chills of fear you may have thought you had been able to forget!
Packed in a sturdy cardboard box, the cassette comes complete with a small, amusing booklet which places you firmly in the correct period, that is 932 AD (after dinner), not 932 BC i (before computers). You are Sir Tappin the Basic, a knight of Arthur 's round table, and as one of his elite band you are about to embark on the Quest for the Holy Grail. Things aren't going to be too easy, however.
One problem is that the peasantry of Mercia are not exactly convinced Arthur is their true and rightful king as they don't readily believe in the 'farcical aquatic ceremony' as they have come to call it, when Arthur attempted to discard Excalibur. Then there's a peasant called Eugene (imagine this a software industry in joke coming) who doesn't like Arthur at all, and therefore not his knights. Bumping into Eugene at the wrong time can result in death for having trampled on an Inagime advert. You can contemplate your folly as he batters you to death with a worn-looking Vic 20. Finding the Grail is a problem, getting back to Camelot is another, and getting in is yet another.
Watch out what next...