The game's title was originally going to be Foot and Mouth, in reference to the main characters. Along the line it was decided that that game should not share its name with an alarming bovine disease, and the name was dropped in favour of Head Over Heels, which was also a hit single by Tears for Fears in 1985. In Spain, where the ZX Spectrum was very popular, the game was simply called Head Over Heels rather than Bóveda et Pies (or whatever). Add
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An academic study regarding the game, and specifically the significance of the nature of the interaction between the two player-controlled characters) has been published online, at http://www.gamestudies.org/0302/vanlooy/ Add