Published by Gremlin Graphics, the game was released first on the Spectrum courtesy of a team which included Greg and John Holmes and then converted to other formats by Greg, Pete Harrap, Jason Perkins and Mark Rogers. Don't worry, they're all on my list of potential interview candidates.
|Christ, no wonder the kid won't sleep, there's a ghost in his room!|
It's a fun little game. Some aspects of it remind me of the Magic Knight games, but it most definitely has its own character. If you were never a fan of games where you have to pick up objects and use them in the right places, then Jack the Nipper would not have been for you. But it's definitely a memorable title in 8-bit gaming history.