About CSSCGC 2020
This year's CSSCGC is hosted by John Connolly, whose brilliant ZX-compatible picture is to the left (or the right, or wherever it ends up on the page).
The CSSCGC was established all the way back in 1996 by Lee Tonks (AKA "Blood"), who desired to create a sequel to Cassette 50, the
awful, putrid waste of money which housed fifty barely playable, completely derivative mind-numbing games classic, beloved collection of high-quality entertainment software.
He was helped by the denizens of the comp.sys.sinclair newsgroup, and together they compiled a collection of sixty abominable games (Anthea Turner's National Lottery Simulator, anyone?). Thousands (literally) of crap games and twenty-four years later, the CSSCGC is still going strong
except for that year where we forgot to have a competition at all.
Now that you know the purpose of all this, why not try some of the games?