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For Pete's Sake

Zenobi Software info 1993

Language:
English
Authors:
Jonathan Scott, Stephen Boyd
Systems:
PAW info
Platforms:
Spectrum
Genres:
Humour, Romance
Related:
1: For Pete's Sake, 2: Labour Pains, 3: Toddler Trouble
Entered by:
Alastair, Sudders, WhenIWasCruel
Added:
10-05-2010
Edited:
05-03-2018

Synopsis

Plot

"Get out of this house and don't darken my doorstep with your filthy shoes again," were Julia Brief's last words to her husband, Pete, just after their divorce. Since then Julia had become a very independent lady and landed herself a job at the local shopping mall - in, of all places, Matilda's beauty salon.

Julia has unwittingly promised Matilda that she will help her to make a pot of Matilda's world-famous "stew" - much to her own distaste! First she must discover just what the "ingredients" of this concoction are and then inform Matilda (who has conveniently forgotten such important details or even where she first came across the recipe) what she requires and then collect each item before delivering it to Matilda. This may sound reasonably simple but Julia has lost her "marbles" (she was told to keep away from that large pothole) and, as a result, it will be down to YOU to guide Julia on her search to collect the items.

If Julia is successful then there is every possibility that she and Pete could get back together again (and everybody loves a 'happy' ending), so do your best and maybe Matilda will just find it in her heart to bring this sad pair back together. Not only that, but being as how Matilda is on very good 'terms' with Pete's old boss then perhaps she will be instrumental in getting him his job back... you never can tell!

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Alastair (05-03-2018 22:35)

The instructions contain the puzzling line "who has conveniently such important details or even where she first came across the recipe". I've made a guess that the line should read "who has conveniently forgotten such important details or even where she first came across the recipe" but I may be misunderstanding the intentions of the authors.