Maniac Mansion


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Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Maniac Mansion released?

Maniac Mansion was released on 5 Oct, 1987

Who was the developer that made Maniac Mansion?

Lucasfilm Games were the developers that made Maniac Mansion

How many endings does Maniac Mansion have?

five possible endings

Is Maniac Mansion worth playing?

All in all, Maniac Mansion was a fine way to help kickstart the point-and-click era back in the day. If you play adventure games more for the exploration than for complex story and characters, MM should definitely appeal to you, even today, though it hasn’t stood the test of time as well as some games.13 Oct 2006

Can you play Maniac Mansion?

An even easier way to play Maniac Mansion is to hop onto PlayStation Network or a computer or iOS app store. Day of the Tentacle Remastered, last year’s HD overhaul of Maniac Mansion’s sequel, launched last year on Windows, Linux, and OS X (via GOG and Steam), on iOS, and both PlayStation 4 and Vita.26 Oct 2017

How hard is Maniac Mansion?

Unlike a lot of vintage PC adventure games, Maniac Mansion holds up pretty well today. And, unlike a lot of vintage PC games, Maniac Mansion isn’t too difficult to play in the here and now. Thanks to its dedicated fan base, Maniac Mansion is incredibly friendly to the prospect of playing on modern hardware.26 Oct 2017

Can you get stuck in Maniac Mansion?

In Maniac Mansion, the dead ends are essentially anything that prevents your characters from completing their scenario(s), and getting past Purple Tentacle into the lab. Getting one kid stuck in the dungeon without the key, with none of the other kids being able get into the mansion.24 Feb 2015

How do you play Maniac Mansion?

Maniac Mansion game description Players start by choosing two students to accompany Dave to the Edison mansion, and can then switch between these three characters at will. Most actions are carried out by selecting verbs on the screen and applying them to an object (such as “OPEN Door”).