How do you play retro games?
The game's start screen
The main menu. Challenges can only be taken when tour elements have been completed. Similarly completion of a tour element unlocks a movie clip
The only game configuration options are these
The game has a high score table for each element. The game elements are named after characters in the show so 'behind' each of these names is a set of five scores
The start of a tour. Completion of each stage is necessary if the player is to progress in the game.
In Vicky's game the player must guide the roller skating teenage mum through the park collecting CDs for her party. Performing tricks is optional
There are ramps to leap from, edges to skate on, obstacles to avoid and CDs to collect. The black bar in the lower right fills as CDs are collected. When it flashes green Vicky can do tricks
This is a timed game so eventually it will come to an end
Here's a pretty problem. The player cannot progress to the next game, nor can they unlock anything, unless they score 50,000 points.
Game selection in the Tour game mode
Introduction screen for the first game at Darkley Noone
Each game is introduced with some basic instructions.
Vicky is skating through the park.
A clip from the TV series starring Vicky Pollard.
Andy is diving.
A clip starring Andy and Lou.
Marjorie is collecting cookies.
Letty attempts to smash the frogs.
Filling up Maggie's gullet.
Spewing all over the other people at the party.
A clip starring lady Emily.
Dafydd Thomas spots another fake gay.
Anne is stamping some flowers.
Caught by a doctor, Anne makes a quick call.
Each game offers separate challenges to complete.
To view the high scores, choose which chatacter's scores to view.
The challenges menu. They are all locked in the free trial.
Choose your game in the tour menu. All are locked except Darkley Noone.
Loading screen for Darkley Noone.
At the starting line.
These are the CDs.
Time's up. Game over.
Stage failed. Please try again!
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