Ok, so what's it all about?
Don't you just hate it when you aim for a spotted fish, and all you get is a stripey one? (What do you mean, no?). It can really bring your whole day down.
Fortunately you can now endure all this heartache in a virtual format, leaving you free to enjoy your real life.
Bad Day Simulator was originally written for the Amiga in 1991 by Vince Hodgson. It was soon ported to other popular formats such as 68k Macintosh (by Graham Cox) and Windows 3.1 (by Stephen Baxter), as well as ZX81, Spectrum and so on.
Unfortunately these versions are lost to the world (unless Graham or Stephen can put me right on that one).In 1997 BDS found its spiritual home on the internet and lived there for 4 good years. Now Vince has changed his ISP I feels it's about time he brought BDS back to the desktop, and here it is! Packed with new features and ready to go, BDS2001 is the future of home despondency now.
- Bad Times
- New in BDS2001:GOOD TIMES!!!!
Any Macintosh and plenty of time to waste doing pointless things