[Happy Birthday!] Maniac Mansion

Hello old games lovers,

Do you remember Day of the Tentacle? Well, today we celebrate the birthday of his father, Maniac Mansion, the first graphic adventure to feature Bernard Bernoulli, Dr. Fred and the Tentacles, that was released today in 1987, 30 years ago.

The game was a huge revolutions and redefined (if not DEFINED) a genre, that of the point-and-click, in which LucasArts excelled for years. If you’ve never played it you have to go to church and confess your sin, every human being should play MM at least once, it’s a duty for every good gamer. So throw yourself back to the 80s and have fun again, first with this and then with its “son” Day of the Tentacle.

P.S. if you liked it (and if not, again go to confess yourself) the creator, Ron Gilbert has just released Thimbleweed Park. Just give it a go…

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. enpera says:

    I think i played with game most of the time on c64. Without English knowledge 🙂 just with a dictionary. I loved it, but never could finish.

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    1. benez256 says:

      Neither did I. I should play it again and see if now I can complete it…


  2. kmerrill8276 says:

    LOVE the NES version. Never got to experience the PC version.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. benez256 says:

      For the is the opposite. I’ve always played the DOS version and I’m looking after a cheap NES version to try it…


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