` have to say @sil that I was not aware of this type of media.
Coming mostly from the eastern-block, I see, it basically looks like Dempsey’s Den (think early 90’s Art Attack) without the occupational-therapist in the room, (not good from what I can tell).
I am sure, that this will be the stuff of many an assignment in the psychology Dept. at my local Uni - and I look on with interest with talking to students at the pub about what stimuli is being confligrated to bring about such click-bait for kiddies.
Crumbs, and I thought our childrens’ programming had gone a bit topsy-turvey.
I shall stay away in future.
I never did like grott-bags; but I guess that was the message back then - not so psy-warfare for the eyes, and more easy to get-along with, err, less questions.
but then again, there was always the Amstrad GX4000 to plug-in
( Yes, that’s how bad my dads knowledge of buying hardware, back then, and still possibly remains ! )
changing the tone @sil - Did you ever come across any amstrad’s in your christmas-past ?
lost dozens of assignments because I use to click close (without saving) on the old pcw 9512