Uridibad was released onto Compunet by Sensible Software back in 1986, and what seems like a joke at the expense of Uridium – was actually going to be a full game.
Jason Kelk posed the question to Jon Hare via Retro Gamer magazine back in 2009 about if there were plans for more. Jon mentioned that it was originally planned to be taken further and released in the same way that Galax-I-Birds was by Firebird, but other games superseeded it.
A shame, as a piss-take version of Uridium with the same humour as with Galax-I-Birds would have been superb!
So we are pretty sure that there isn’t anything else to really see apart from this demo. The finished game of course would have had music and improved graphics, but what else would have been included?
Hopefully some day Chris Yates will shed some light on this budget title and what the plans were exactly for it.