Mirrorsoft's version of the famous cartoon character is extremely accurate (I'm a keen Daily Mirror fan) and it works well. There isn't much to do but for the first half hour or so it's quite entertaining.
A total waste of time. The graphics are dismal, the colour is pathetic and you have to load and reload all the events...! The screen is so cluttered with stray attribute problems that it often looks as though the game has crashed!
Nothing here is particularly well done - the graphics are very simply animated, the effects sound more like something out of a Geiger counter than a computer game and the collision detection just has to be seen (or not seen should I say) to be believed.