I have many left of both types! Feel free to drop me an E-mail or ask. Though this website is pretty shit about actually delivering messages. If you don’t hear back from me, I didn’t get your message or you didn’t get my reply. Please try again if this is the case.
There are! Did you need some?
So, I ordered 100 of these for some friends on another site, but I have a lot of leftovers. Have you ever wanted to cradle your wrist in a plush, gel filled butt? Because you can. Designs are Takao (with Midorima’s hand on one cheek) and Kagami.
- $25 USD for one, shipping in the United States included
- $40 USD for two, shipping in the United States included
- +$1 for delivery confirmation
- If you live elsewhere, contact me and I’ll get a quite from the post office
More pictures and information available upon request: Dairy.firstname.lastname@example.org
What has gone so wrong in my life that I have 100 buttpads, to my friend who are seeing this I’m very sorry but you know these things just happen to me.
I admit, I, uh, don’t use Tumbley very often so if I did something wrong please tell me?
Every thought to yourself that you would like to listen to some Holmes in the car, on the tube, or on a bike ride? Well, that’s the beauty of radio dramas!
This is different from an audio book. Instead of being read the book itself, it is acted out for the listeners. This is the 1980s-90s version with Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Watson, until his death from cancer where he was replaced by Andrew Sachs for the final 15 programs. Each runs about 45 minute to an hour and it covers all of the short stories, all of the novels, and ten additional stories made for this program under the folder name ‘Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes’ for a total of 74 episodes.
Download them all here:
Please note that in addition to these there are 5 more new stories from with Merrison and Sachs that I simply do not have, so obviously, I haven’t included them. If you like them I recommend looking for them as they are all out on cassette.
This… this is why I shouldn’t be allowed to play text adventures. I spend all my time harassing people.
Oh, dear, I’ve broken Watson.
Any how, you too can pester the poor man in, Sherlock Holmes Another Bow!
It is another text based adventure game, but this time it is illustrated! Given, it’s only in four colours, but they are trying.
It is available in both Commodore 64 and DOS versions and I’ve uploaded both. For the DOS version, please use DOSBox:
1. Unzip the game into a folder
2. In DOSBox type ‘MOUNT C C:\[wherever you have the folder you unzipped]
3. Type C:
4. Type SHERLOCK
That easy, no ISO, no installs, nothin’!
For the Commodore 64 version all you need is a C64 emulator. If you want easy, try:
Both versions are almost identical aside from a colour scheme, and some minor NPC behaviour tweaks. Enjoy!
Whoop-oops, I should have made this my first post. Making a Tumbley all about Sherlock Holmes related media and I forget the actual thing. Haven’t read the original stories? Here’s your chance!
It’s the 56 short stories and the four novels all in one folder.
Each comes in either PDF or HTML, which you prefer is up to you. The exception is ‘The Case-book of Sherlock Holmes’ a collection of 12 short stories (including the one where Watson gets shot, so you shippers out there will probably want that) which is, unlike the rest of the Sherlock Holmes collections, NOT in public domain in the United States yet, which made it a pain to find a digital copy of. That is why it comes in PDF only and is a little messy in the layout. It is in the public domain in the UK and Canada. Also in this folder is the short story How Watson Learned the Trick, which I highly recommend.
If you are able, I suggest you go out and buy these, especially because if you choose wisely they will come illustrated by Sidney Paget! As always, if you experience any problems with these files, please let me know.
On that note, you should check out Project Gutenberg:
Have you ever wanted to control Sherlock Holmes
bother lead Watson through crime scenes, and solve a mystery? Here’s your chance, it’s Sherlock the 1984 adventure text game!
If you have never played a text adventure before, this might be really hard at first. The game describes your surroundings, and you type in commands to interact with the environment, the arrow keys move you in the cardinal directions, up and down will move you in those directions as well, such as up or down stairs. It’s a wonderfully complex game, considering it came out on cassette tape. Yes, those things before CDs. It boasts a vocabulary of over 800 words! For those who get lost, a complete walkthrough in .txt format is included in the upload, as is all the box art, scans of the cassette, and the complete game manual (Commodore 64 version), which I promise will describe how to play better than I can and will give you a handy set of commands to use.
But how do I install this? You may be asking. Well, this version is for the ZX Spectrum, an old, old machine so you will need an emulator! I recommend vbSpec:
However if you need one for a different OS, there is a long list here (yes you can get it to run on your DS and PSP too!):
My advice is to skip the walkthrough at first and just bumble around, it usually ends in comedy. To give you an example my first playthrough started with Sherlock greeting Watson, sitting in his chair with him, and then he got up, exited into a closet accidentally, put on a China man’s disguise and got lost for a few hours because I couldn’t recall which direction I he entered from.
Any way you choose to play it, I hope you enjoy it! If you have problems getting it to run feel free to drop me a line and I can try to help.
Have you ever wondered to yourself what Sherlock Holmes might be like if it was an anime that was a joint project between Italy and Japan, aimed at small children, was directed by Miyazaki (of Ghibli fame) and where Sherlock is a hound and Watson is a Scottie dog? What if it was brought oversees and dubbed in Brittish English?
Wonder no more! Because that’s actually a thing and you can actually download it all right here:
Opening and ending themes have been trimmed from the episodes and placed as the first and last files in the folder respectively so you don’t have to listen to/skip them every time you watch an episode.
I hope you find it as funny as I do, enjoy!
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
and Dr. Watson
Hey, hey! I see a lot of fans of the Sherlock BBC series here and so it was recommended that I post this here (sorry, I don’t really understand Tumbley so if I’ve balls’d it all up, tell me?) for other fans to perhaps get some use out of it.
Sherlock is fun on its own, but it can be the start of a fantastic journey though literature, film, and more! I’m here to share some of the other adaptations of Sherlock Holmes with you.
First is my favourite, Приключения Шерлока Холмса и доктора Ватсона! Yes, it is the Soviet adaptation of the books! Vasily Livanov as Holmes, Vitaly Solomin as Watson. It’s, oddly, one of the most accurate screen adaptations as far as story goes. Russian audio and title cards with complete English subtitles (.avi files):
*Please note that because Mediafire’s 200MB file size limit, the files are split into pieces, join them back together with a splitter like HJsplit, free, safe, and very simple to use: