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Adventure game for MZX | Developed and published by William Bubel | Released in 1997

Cans - the supposed MZX classic. The adored masterpiece of many a newbie, and why? The cameos. Nobody (not even Inmate himself) has any clue why Cans is so famous for its cameos. I didn't even like them, personally.

Skipping over the cameos, we have a very Beavis & Butthead-esque MZX comedy adventure, with a few decent jokes and references. It has not withstood the test of time very well at all, and its playability is very poor as the solutions to the ever-present "where do I go next" puzzles are not always obvious. The dialog isn't well-written at all, and I would recommend playing the SE version instead and not bothering with this relic.

And please, for the love of Janson, don't try and imitate this game.


It's totally the Cans series!