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Maniac Mansion

There are weird people living in Maniac Mansion: Dr. Fred, a “retired” physician turned mad scientist; Nurse Edna, a former health care professional whose hobbies would make a sailor blush; Weird Ed, a teenage commando with a hamster fetish; and then there’s Dead Cousin Ted, and the Tentacle, and somebody – or something – else. And what’s that sweet young cheerleader named Sandy doing in Dr. Fred’s basement? Your goal is to direct a team of three local college students (including Sandy’s boyfriend Dave) through the mansion to rescue Sandy.

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What our readers think of Maniac Mansion

Posted by Lagomorph on Jul 12, 2016

Point-and-click pioneer that lives up to its reputation

I really like how this game is centered around the mansion and the routines of its inhabitants. Suspense permeates the game world as you never know when you might get caught. In addition to having to outwit the NPC's, the player must also manage a team of...

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Game Information

Platform GameBoy Advance, Mac, PC, Retro
Perspective Third-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Farce
Genre Comedy, Mystery
Theme -
Graphic Style Comic cartoon
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags Game-over events
Media CD, Proprietary format

Product Details

System Requirements
IBM & compatibles
10 MHz 80286 and higher
640K memory required
16-color EGA display
SoundBlaster and compatible sound card
Hard disk drive

Maniac Mansion by LucasArts - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Maniac Mansion is an adventure game, released in 1987 by LucasArts. Maniac Mansion has a Comic cartoon style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Maniac Mansion and rate it as Good, meanwhile the community rating for Maniac Mansion is Very good.
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