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Maniac Mansion

Maniac Mansion is one of the most famous point and click adventure games developed by Lucasfilm Games and designed by Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick. The story is a blend of old sci fi and horror b movies and the player can choose between many characters, each one with a peculiar ability useful to solve puzzles.
Maniac Mansion is also the first game to use the popular SCUMM interface.

 

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"Maniac Mansion is a Lucasfilm game, in the vein of Zak McKracken, and owes a lot to the Sierra On-Line style. But it's a lot better executed than Sierra games, with speedy sprites and good use of your micro's memory to store screens, rather than loading them from disk every time." - Zero Magazine (1989) - Overall score: 75

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Input: keyboard, mouse, joystick

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk

Also published for: Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, C64, Linux, Mac, NES

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  • Alias Binaural - 10/04/2015 18:12
    A great game, a classic! Day of the Tentacle wasn't the same thing, too easy.
  • Zak - 06/04/2015 08:01
    As a huge fan of Zak McKracken, I like Maniac Mansion too, but I find it less... enjoyable. Zak has something that Maniac Mansion lacks...
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