Official Repton t-shirts on saleBy Chris Williams. Published: 16th Aug 2005, 14:06:15 | Permalink | Printable
Only 2 weeks until silly season is overOfficial Superior Interactive Repton branded t-shirts are now available for sale from Dave Bradforth. Dave, who publishes the RISC OS port of the recently revamped puzzle game, said he'll slash the cost of postage and packaging to 5p for punters who identify themselves as RISC OS users.
The t-shirts carry the slogan, "Always look on the bright side", although they neglected to include the other half of that phrase: "We could have made the game even harder". They come in extra extra large, and also for some baffling reason, large, medium and small too.
Meanwhile, media impresario Dave is also shifting copies of Retro Player, a one off magazine for last weekend's CGEUK games show. It includes a couple of BBC Micro and Repton related pieces and some of the articles were, er, laid out on RISC OS computers. Go, RISC OS.
I ruined my marriage playing Repton constantly, and all I got was this t-shirt
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