I've got loads of clutter in the house and, much as I hate to part with anything, some of it just isn't getting used and is taking up space that could be used for other things. Like a child's bed, for instance. So it's important to prioritise and then get rid of the things that just aren't going to see any action.
While I was rummaging, though, I came across this:
|What a mean old goat!|
Batalyx was really a game of mini-games... not the first time its programmer, Jeff Minter, had released such a game. This one came together especially well, though, with each mini-game being very enjoyable in its own right, and the resultant sum of its parts being an off-the-wall classic.
It's a game I will naturally be writing more about in the course of this venture, and hopefully I'll be able to include a few words from Yak himself. I would expect, given his output of the time, that his will be one of the larger sections in the book...