Postman Pat, as you probably know, is a lump of plastic that stars in one of television's more nauseating kiddies programs. He's irritatingly smug, overwhelmingly tacky and inexplicably popular. There's Postman Ruddy Pat merchandise everywhere you look, and the licence was bound to be snapped up by some eager cheapie software house.
This is the result, and it's a predictable walk-around-delivering-things game. Pat drives around in his van stopping at houses where's he's given errands to run. And that's about it really. All it excels at is being as boring as the telly program. Buy it for your kids? They'll never speak to you again.
Oh look, here comes Postman pat. I know, let's puncture his tyres for him, shall we, boys and girls?