The Boggit

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The Boggit
The Boggit Cover.jpg
Developer(s) Delta 4
Publisher(s) CRL Group
Designer(s) Fergus McNeill, Judith Child
Platform(s) Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum
Release date(s) 1986
Genre(s) Text Adventure
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution Tape

The Boggit: Bored Too is a text adventure game by Delta 4 released in 1986 for the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum home computers. The game is a parody of the J.R.R. Tolkien novel The Hobbit and of the earlier game based upon it also called The Hobbit. It is the prequel to Bored of the Rings.


Bimbo Faggins and Grandalf must find treasure, solve puzzles, and appear on a gameshow.


The game is a standard text adventure with basic graphics to set the scene.


  • Sinclair User:

    "Undaunted by public health warnings and threats of legal action, Fergus McNeill and his crew have produced a new three-parter that's almost, but not quite, entirely like a certain other game about dragons and small creatures with hairy feet. How like that Other Game it is will become obvious when you load up and see the first screen. There's the familiar boggit-hovel with its little green door, though the little green toilet may come as a shock... Knowledge of THE H****T may well come in useful but please don't assume you'll skip through THE BOGGIT just because you knew how to get out of the Goblin's Dungeon. You'll be brought up time and again by some twist of bizarre alternative reality... If you enjoyed BORED OF THE RINGS you'll be just as pleased with THE BOGGIT. It's just as funny and sick as its predecessor but is better presented and a whole lot snappier. It's miles better than the game it lampoons too."[1]


  1. ^ "The Boggit Review", Sinclair User, August 1986 

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