Rupert and the Toymaker's Party
Rupert and the Toymaker's Party is a video game developed by Martin Walker and published by Quicksilva in 1985. It was developed for the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum.
The game is based on Rupert Bear, the British cartoon and comics strip character created in 1920 by the British artist Mary Tourtel. In this platform arcade game the player takes the role of Rupert the Bear and the mission is to get to a party in the Toymaker's castle, to meet his friends. According to the story line of this adventure, Rupert has made himself late for the party and must go through the castle collecting all the party invitations his friends have left behind for him.