Artic Computing by Dinky Productions (David McGee, Neil Jones, Robin Hall)
Whoever you are, you come back from a hard day's work, and you decide to pass that hard day's night at the theater, only, you're so tired that you fall asleep, and when you wake up, you find yourself in the midst of the movie, inside of it, which, by the way, is a horror movie! In short, this is a single screen platform, with each level paraphrasing some cinematographic title, the first being "Raiders of the Lost Ork", and, as it happens in this genre, your aim is to collect all the flashing objects in the screen, which, in this case, are crosses, because, overall, you're deep in a vampire flick, and eventually you'll have to face the vampire itself, The Master. A nice touch, which slightly differetiate it from the other specimen of the genre, is that the item aren't takable all the time: they regularly burst into flames, making the contact deadly. The execution of the game is on the sluggish, clumsy and flickery side, the humour silly, but insisting I found a more or less playable little game, which I sinisterly played with the West of Memphis documentary in the background. It was a poor final release for Artic Computing, and rather dear under the price aspect [almost 6£], and even now that's it's free it's got a very low average vote in WoS [around 3.50/10]. I don't dislike it nonetheless. Some cute old style beeping in the presentation, composed by Bach.