Remember that beautifully written review of The Cartoon Collection in Cheap 'n' Cheerful last month? Yes, one of the games featured on that compilation has cropped up once more. Seymour is the name, and being goofy and 'amusing' is the game.
You move the albino mutant lardball around what purports to be Hollywood, trying to solve various puzzles in turn. They aren't that difficult, and, as you'll note from the bright , cheerful graphics (in which everything has thin black lines around it), the game is a bit of fun aimed at the pretty-damn young with a few sovs burning holes in their pockets. There's a large playing area, and even young players won't remain stumped by the puzzles for long (well, total babies might), so there's a fair bit of entertainment value here.
But hold fast for a mo. The Cartoon Collection is £24.99, with five games included (all pretty good quality) and this is £7.99 on its own. If you want it, scrounge the extra dosh and buy the compilation. It's an economy of scale, you see. JM Keynes was absolutely right.