Bob's Full House (ZX Spectrum)

Bob's Full House ZX Spectrum Selecting number of players


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A game based on the UK's popular game show hosted by Bob Monkhouse called "Bob's Full House". Up to 4 players can compete in a mental test of general knowledge and trivia. Based on Bingo, players had to complete lines to win prizes and completely clear their board to win the game.


Bob's Full House ZX Spectrum Starting the end game
Bob's Full House ZX Spectrum Bob asks a question
Bob's Full House ZX Spectrum Need to fill the middle row now
Bob's Full House ZX Spectrum That computer looks suspiciously like a C64

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Your Sinclair Sep, 1989 80 out of 100 80
The Games Machine (UK) Sep, 1989 52 out of 100 52
Crash! Jul, 1989 48 out of 100 48


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First C64 attempt

Originally the fabled C64 duo Ashley Routledge and Dave Saunders were contracted to develop the game, but within a week they decided they were not enjoying the project and decided to pass it on to others. Some visual artifacts and a theme tune were recovered in 2015 for the Games That Weren't website, but no code appears to have survived.


The dancing mouse seen in the Commodore 64 version was a creation of it's programmer Paul Gill (vicious fish), it's nickname was "Acid House Mouse".

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Martin Smith (66801) added Bob's Full House (ZX Spectrum) on Sep 28, 2005
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