Interactive tour and X-Files spoof. Join agents Mully and Scudder, on whom the show is actually based, in their secret trailer to view their tapes and files that prove that the aliens are here. Things turn more sinister by the game's end.

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Sheila Balter ...
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Mary Kay Bergman ...
FBI Agent Dede Scudder / Gillian Anderson / Helen Hunt / Jenny McCarthy (voice)
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Kent Deverell ...
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Michael Donovan ...
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Dave Fouquette ...
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Juliet LaVia ...
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Interactive parody tour of a trailer where former FBI Agents Rex Mully and DeDe Scudder, the two "real life" people that the X-Files show is based on, now live in hiding. They invite you in to show you how deep the conspiracy goes. These two characters never show on-screen and you only get to hear their voices that sound almost just like Mulder and Scully's. There are several machines in the trailer, each representing a different activity. You can watch VHS tapes of stock footage clips on the X-Cam VHS player as Mully explains the truth behind them and how they tie into the alien conspiracy. On the Conspiracy Computer, you can see zoomed-in images of historical events or famous people as Mully explains the hidden alien messages on them. Doctored Drafts are short motion comic sketches that represent spoofs of the real 90s television series, sitcoms, talk shows and reality shows like NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, Letterman and Real Word in which aliens take part this time. Mully and Scudder also...

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The Unauthorized Paranoid Paranormal Parody Of The X-Files

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Comedy | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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1 October 1997 (USA)  »

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The X-Fools: The Spoof Is Out There  »

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A great spoof
28 November 2001 | by (Cincinnati, OH) – See all my reviews

*Potental Spoilers, I Doubt There Are Any Though* A long time fan of the X Files I was curious to see this game I had recived. From outlandish conspiracy theories, to the offbeat comments heard by clicking on random things, to the exchanges between Mully and Scudder. By far what makes the game is the bonus games, Abduct-This and the pac man style game involving Scully and Mulder. Abduct-This is where you pilot a UFO trying to capture or rescue animals, aliens, people, while avoiding the MIBs. The game itself has a lot of funny clips in it and I would say good replay value. There is alot of subtle and not so subtle sexual humor though. Scudder:"Someone or Something shut off the lights. Quick Mully, hand me your flashlight." Mully:"Um... Scudder, that's not my flashlight." Scudder:"I know...". The grand finale of the game is really what topped it off, well you'll just have to see that for yourself.


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