I Wanted Peanuts Not Balls – Jason Hamilton

Jason Hamilton is a Forensic Scientist and wacky Cumbrian from the UK. A Keen writer usually in the Forensic Science field, but also a great lover of retro tech and media. Also likes cooking, climbing fake rock wall and horror films. You can check out more Jason on Twitter at @haiirocyon

March 2020 – Snoopy’s Magic Show (1990)

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You puzzle platformer that has very little to do with the Peanuts(TM) and even less to do with Magic. None the less, it’s pretty fun and partially rage-inducing. It was picked by Josh Nickerson who had this to say about it.

“I’ve picked one that I remember fondly from my childhood, features beloved characters from a timeless comic strip, and is dirt cheap to pick up on the interwebs… Snoopy’s Magic Show. It’s a puzzle game that tasks Snoopy to rescue his bird friends in single screen rooms that contain bouncing balls and other traps. It’s not the most inspired use of the license, but it’s a decent time-waster.”

Josh is totally right! This game is very cheap and a good game to play while you’re waiting for your tea to steep. Did I just show how old I am?