Monty Python's Flying Circus is an arcade game released in 1990 by Virgin Games. The game was released for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Stari ST, C64, PC (DOS) and ZX Spectrum.
The game starts with a quote from the famous Monty Python sketch, in which one of the characters - Mr. Gumbies - complains of not "brain pain". The heroes are sent for an operation, but it does not go well, as a result of which pieces of the said organ go to various unknown places. Mr. Gumbies decides to find the currently missing parts of his brain and this is how we enter the plot of the game.
The game is firmly embedded in the realities of the entire Monty Python concept. We are dealing with an arcade game in which we perform unusual tasks. Among them there are, for example: meeting the players with whom we fight for the title of the aristocratic idiot of the year, we will collect ...spam, we will meet with a dead parrot, etc. lose as many as possible. By successfully carrying out individual tasks, points are deducted from the account. The player wins after losing all points.