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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In the Green Tentacle's bedroom, a poster for a musician named Ron Gilbert adorns the wall. Ron Gilbert was the game's lead developer. See more »

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Weird Ed Edison: Mommy, I'm worried! He hasn't eaten in 5 years.
Nurse Edna: Yeah, SO?
Weird Ed Edison: And he's been bringing those bodies, and he carries those bodies to the basement at night.
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Referenced in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) See more »

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Frankenstein
Written by Edgar Winter
Performed by The Edgar Winter Band
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Ahead of its time
27 February 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game was awesome. Up to this point in my life, in 1988 and only 6, I had only played nintendo games like Super Mario Bros. which were fun, but the plots weren't half as involved as Maniac Mansion. No game had ever really played like a movie before. This paved the way for the masterpiece of Metal Gear Solid. It's too bad nintendo was so big on censorship, it kind of "PG" rated the game. The game had a lot of realism, but because of the censorship by nintendo it sugar-coated a lot of elements of the game. This is still a masterpiece and turning point of video games. Another masterpiece for George Lucas and it's very cool he made the change to video games. I'm waiting for a re-release and possibly a re-make.


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