Initially, the Dragon was reasonably well supported by the major UK software companies with versions of popular games from other systems being ported to the Dragon. Examples of top selling games available for the Dragon include Arcadia ( Imagine ), Chuckie Egg (A&F), Manic Miner and sequel Jet Set Willy ( Software Projects ), Hunchback ( Ocean ) and Football Manager ( Addictive ). There were also companies that concentrated on the Dragon such as Microdeal . Their character Cuthbert appeared in several games on the Dragon with Cuthbert Goes Walkabout also being converted for Atari 8-bit and Commodore 64 systems.
Caan drew criticism when he was caught on camera offering to buy a baby from a family that was a victim of the 2010 Pakistan flood . Caan insisted the offer had been made with good intentions, but stated that he regretted the incident and described his behaviour as "clearly wrong".  Caan was later filmed saying: "If there's an opportunity to give a life a chance of survival, it's more an emotional response than a rational decision. What I have to remember is that I am here to build a village. That child belongs to that family". 
Given the nature of this tank, this 135 scale Conqueror from Black Label has brand new parts, none of which are carried over from previous kit subjects. The complex rounded contours of the one-piece turret (which has hatches that can be displayed open or closed) have been carefully reproduced, while the incredibly long gun barrel is made by slide mold. The Horstmann-type suspension, which includes four units on each side (each with two road wheels) and four track return rollers, is accurately depicted too. Meanwhile, the tracks are made of DS for the best blend of detail and convenience. The hull is a one-piece item, and bolt detail throughout the kit is sharply rendered. The Conqueror served from 1955-66, a period that overlaps nicely with the service life of the Saladin 6x6 armored car, a subject also available in the Black Label collection. Ambitious modelers could thus produce a British-themed diorama featuring both these Cold War fighting vehicles side by side!