Here's another mystifyingly well-known program. But why make a game out of it? It was bound to end up as a walking-around-collecting-things game. Sweep's left his bones lying around all over the house and, rather than kicking his teeth in, Sooty decided to help him clear them all up. This means wandering round, picking up bones and trying to avoid all the creepie-crawlies that have sneaked in from the garden.
It's a dire idea, of course, and the only ray of hope is the two-player option where Sooty and Sweep are competing to collect the most bones. And calling it 'a game for younger players' is no excuse either.
Worra pair of fairies. Whatever happened to Basil Brush, that's what I want to know.