On-Line are one of the few visionaries to realise that they can use the Amiga to develop real interactive movies. Sadly, they have come up with an interactive home video. The whole thing is shot as if it were a movie using still photographs which are then digitised.
A narrator unfolds the story as you navigate around the home Counties trying not to get killed. Generally it's simply a matter of clicking to go right or left, but occasionally you have to react quickly, moving the pointer and clicking to avoid certain death and a restart.
This sort of 'you die this time but you'll get it right next time' gameplay is poor. And who wants to play a spotty herbert from the suburbs of London who drives a Vauxhall Chevette anyway? Not me. (So what car is it you drive? - Prod Ed)