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Maniac Mansion (Famicom)

Maniac Mansion (Famicom) (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Adventure, Graphic
Developer: Jaleco Entertainment


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Maniac Mansion (Famicom) review

Reviewed July 28, 2007

Sho says: "Every fan of awesome graphic adventures knows that Maniac Mansion is one of the all-time classics of the genre and that it can’t possibly get any weirder than it already is. However only one of these statements is actually true!"
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