A silly PlatformGame based on ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' (Terry Gilliam's linking animations in particular), developed by Creator/CoreDesign for the AtariST, {{Amiga}}, IBMPersonalComputer, {{Commodore 64}}, UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum and UsefulNotes/AmstradCPC and released in 1990 by Virgin Games.

During routine MeatgrinderSurgery, a few pieces of Mr DP Gumby's brain escape and are subsequently abducted. To get each piece of his brain back, Mr Gumby may need to obtain spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, sausage, spam, beans, sausage, spam, sausage, egg, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, beans, egg, sausage, egg, spam, spam and spam (sausages, beans and eggs are optional).
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[[folder: No. 1: The Larch ]]

* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Larix_decidua_Aletschwald.jpg The larch]].
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!!And now, the List of Tropes:
* AnvilOnHead: 16-ton weights can hurt Mr Gumby and enemies.
* ArgumentOfContradictions: In a bonus game, Mr Gumby can win more points the longer he can keep contradicting a Minister For Pointless Arguments.
* AWinnerIsYou: If you fail to get all the brain pieces you just get a message saying you won't get the special ending.
* BlessedAreTheCheesemakers: Cheese can be found throughout the game, including in the CopyProtectionPuzzle.
* EdibleCollectible: The plot of the game involves pieces of Mr. Gumby's brain being rationed for 16 tins of Spam each. Besides Spam, Gumby can also collect sausages, eggs and beans.
* EveryTenThousandPoints: You get an extra life for every 10000000 points lost (which happens infrequently because PinballScoring is averted).
* EverythingTryingToKillYou: Many bad things are trying to kill Mr Gumby, including but not limited to dead parrots, Vikings on unicycles, pillow-tossing members of the Spanish Inquisition, piggy banks, vicious gangs of "Keep Left" signs and bouncing black spots.
* FakeOutOpening: Not the game itself, but the manual has a completely irrelevant cover with the English title, "The Official Hungarian Phrãse Bökk (Complete With Dance Steps)."
* GiantFootOfStomping: The giant Bronzino foot squashes Mr Gumby in a cutscene when he loses a life.
* LegoBodyParts: In various stages, Mr Gumby's body is replaced with a fish's body, a chicken's body, and (for bonus screens) a bouncing boot.
* MobileShrubbery: A walking bush stalks Mr Gumby through the game's opening area.
* MythologyGag: Some thirty pages of the manual are dedicated to jokes that have nothing to do with the game itself. Most of these jokes are based on sketches from the TV series.
* ScoringPoints: Score starts at 99999999 points and counts down because the game is silly.
* ShamuFu: Mr Gumby is armed with an infinite supply of fish.
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