• Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi
Nineteen eighty-five was a glorious year: Back to
the Future starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher
Lloyd; Band Aid live at Wembley Stadium; Dennis Taylor
beating Steve Davis to become the World Embassy Snooker
Champion, and finally a whole host of fantastic gaming
releases for the Commodore 64. Not to be left out,
Gribbly's Day Out from Hewson hit the shelves and
certainly made an impact on the gaming community.
Even though the game
appeared to be totally frustrating and very difficult to
play, it still managed to hold its own and stay secure
in the hearts of most Commodore 64 gaming freaks. So
with such a difficult game to beat - did anyone ever
manage to complete it? ...
Gribbly save the
final Gribblet and teleports out.
Thanks for that
The ending message.
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
I know that Ste Re used a cheat to complete this game.
I have since created a
crazy hack that allows you to skip to the ending, as
well as giving you a whole host of other features and
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
I'm really not going to waste too much time on
explaining this one. There really isn't much to say or
see (check out the above screenshots).
- Vinny: The game is pure quality, but the ending is pure cack :(
- Andy Vaisey:
Never really played this one, but always heard good
things about it.
Don't have time to play it properly right now, so these
awesome trainers should help me a treat. Shame (but no
surprises) about the lack-lustre Braybrook ending. What
was it with that guy? Cracking games but rubbish
FINAL SAY: Don't even bother :(
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