DescriptionEssentially a Pac-Man variant, the particulars of this top-down monster-avoiding maze-completing game do a good job at concealing its origins. You control Wilf (an homage to magazine editor Wilf Hey, in an unabashed bid for a good review), an innocent dumped by circumstances beyond his control into a maze inhabited by sinister Glumphs. Armed with nothing but a drippy jam sandwich, your goal is to travel around the entire game board dropping jam on the ground without being eaten by Glumphs. Take too long and they'll unleash Frank the boiled sweet, who will undo your hard work by gobbling your tasty jam splatters.
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- "Wilf II" -- name on title screen
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TriviaThe daughters of Dr. Alan Solomon were such fans of this game that they drew pictures of its characters which were sent by their father as fan mail, along with a work offer for S&S International (later Dr. Solomon's Software) ... following this juvenile game-making period Graham Cluley's career propelled him through the anti-virus industry (including an opportunity to finally meet the game's namesake), though it might only have been possible due to the foot in the door this game provided.
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- Download Wibbling Wilf! (Free, legal download of the shareware version of Wibbling Wilf (scroll down the page to "Wilf II"))
- Wibbling Wilf homepage (Information on Wibbling Wilf from the game's author.)