Applications Software later worked on another adventure in a similar vein, called The Tebbit
(a play on and a reference to UK politician Norman Tebbit). The game was never released despite being advertised in mid 1984. In November of that year the IRA blew up The Grand Hotel in Brighton, where the Conservative Party was holding its annual conference. Tebbit and his wife were seriously injured, which surely ended any chance of the game surfacing.