20 years ago today, a meteor crashed into the Edison's front yard. Dr. Fred Edison is now controlled by this meteor and has a sudden ambition to take over the world...one teenager at a time... See full summary »

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20 years ago today, a meteor crashed into the Edison's front yard. Dr. Fred Edison is now controlled by this meteor and has a sudden ambition to take over the world...one teenager at a time! Dr. Fred kidnaps Sandy, a college teenager. Her boyfriend Dave Miller and his friends plan to break into the mansion and save her. Written by Jason Harang <harang@cajunnet.com>

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His ambition was to take over the world, one teenager at a time!


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The paintings in the hallway on the second floor are: Alex's eye from "A Clockwork Orange;" the Amityville house; Napoleon Bonaparte; and Mrs. Bates from "Psycho." The statue at the far left is a real artwork, "Dawn," by Michaelangelo, which was sculpted for the Medici chapel. The translation of the plaque is: "If found, send to the Louvre, postage paid." The slashed painting in the dining room is likewise an actual artwork, in this case "Sunday in the Park" by Georges Seurat. The revised editions of the game identify the photograph in the den as Castle Brunwald, the place where Henry Jones was held hostage in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade." See more »

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Bernard Bernouli: It's a good thing I brought my pocket protector.
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Followed by Day of the Tentacle (1993) See more »

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Frankenstein
Written by Edgar Winter
Performed by The Edgar Winter Band
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Nice idea, but it did not entirely work.
10 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

I liked the premise of this game and it was rather well done and rather fun. The problem is not really the game itself just the time I played it. I was to young to really figure things out, and there was no internet to look up a walk through. So I had problems doing certain things, could not quite figure things out, and I had no way of finding out the information as no one I knew ever played this game. Which is understandable, this game is a bit unique in its style and game play and most of the people I knew were more into the mainstream type games such as "Double Dragon" or "Mike Tyson's Punchout". This one though intrigued me, a person that likes those out there type of things and this certainly is in the category of out there. Basically, a bunch of teens with different specialties go through a mansion in search of a friend or a couple of friends. What they find is a very demented mansion with radioactive swimming pools and various other things of that nature. It also has a very strange family living there though one of them may prove to be your ally. It was fun, but I was never able to really do a whole lot when I played it then. Probably why I would like to play it again as I think I could figure it out a bit better now. This game also seems to have been one of those games that started as a computer game and was ported over to the Nintendo gaming system. The controls and such just make it seem to be more for a computer. I liked how you could look at everything and interact with a lot of things as well. Just a game that could have been better, but not really that, just a game I should play again now that I can look up how to do stuff and figure a way to win.


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