1985: Douglas Adams on HITCHHIKERS GUIDE TO THE GALAXY game | Retro Gaming | BBC Archive

You’ve listened to the radio series, read the novel, watched the TV show, listened to the record, and bought the fluffy merchandise. What next?

Ape descended Islington rate payer Douglas Adams explains why he feels that The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a natural fit for computer game adaptation, and why he is especially looking forward to the days when voice recognition and compact disc technology combine to make a truly interactive radio drama.

Originally broadcast 1 July 1985.

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Expect to die. Lots.

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