I do not understand what "Bastardo" means.

Theres a lot of websites dedicated to 8 bit gaming about. Some have shots from the game complete screens, whilst others have maps, cheats and interviews with grown men who at one point felt fit to use their mathematical expertise in order to make a worm simulator.
I felt, however, that there was one thing which (as far as I'm aware) has never been celebrated.... swearing on text adventures.
I typed in swear words into as many games on the Spectrum 48k as i could find, and below are the ones which understood - which a pleasing amount did... as, let's face it, the authors knew that most people would try it at some point when they'd gotten frustrated with the distinct lack of fun on offer.

Madmox the Mad Axe Giant
If you can't tell what's going on here, it's because it has an annoying horizontal scrolling thing going on. It gives you two warnings and then resets the computer, despite the fact that it probably took 10 minutes to load in the first place.
Mat Lucas
Moon Magic
Morbey Jewels
Mordon's Quest
Moron Spaceship
They can't both be.
Mysterious Adventure 8
Mysterious Adventures
Orc Island
Play it again Sam
Ah, the universal language of swearing.
Project X The Micro Man
As with Madmox, this one resets your computer, and it has the cheek of saying "Do Not Swear Or Else" on the title screen- which is a red rag to a bull.
Quest for the Golden Eggcup
Look how much effort went into this one! It makes you feel as if people who don't swear are missing out. (NB If you examine the floor, you'll discover a trapdoor, through which you can escape to swear again and so on and so on...)