Bob fans will find that this one's worth getting it only for the digitised pics of their ageing hero to be found within. They're even animated (sort of), so Bob reads out the questions and grins broadly when you get one right. Everything else is there too, like the signature tune, the Gold Run and even the odd "Can I have a P please, Bob?"" if you keep your eyes peeled.
And if you find the telly version compulsive, the game should set your adrenalin pumping too. There are one- and two-player versions to choose between. The two-player game proceeds pretty much like the programme, while in the one-player version you only lose a square if you answer a question incorrectly. And there are plenty of questions. Several load-fulls, in fact, with 50 in each so you shouldn't find repetition a problem. Well, question repetition that is. The game as a whole is incredibly repetitive, just like the telly programme. If you like the show then the game is just as good. And if you don't it's, er, just as bad.
On the 'ed, Bob! On the 'ed! (That's a clock, you idiot, not a ball! Ed) Oh.