My quest for the sales figures of Robocop on the Spectrum seemingly has no end in sight. But I can tell you that Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles sold 420,000 copies on the Spectrum in one month in 1990. Yay research! It's a weird sensation to be wiped from a discussion. You would have thought that after being on the Internet for eleven years, it would have happened to me sooner. In the end, it was the Spectrum that brought me down; sins of the past and all that. Of course, with his edits, it now reads like Bruce Everiss is arguing at thin air for a lot of the time, but he's done so well at looking silly this week; he might as well finish as he started. But hey, it's not like somebody made a copy, is it? (For all the praise it gets, I never really liked Arcadia either. I do remember getting a collection of Imagine games like Pedro, Cosmic Cruiser and The Alchemist, but I didn't understand why those Imagine games were awful, yet the current ones like Target: Renegade were rather splendid. It wasn't until a few years later that I learnt the full story of Imagine.) UPDATE: Intuition Told Me Part Two: A couple more links will probably follow after reconstruction is completed on the second article: Or How Ultimate Stopped Worrying And Made A Fortune.