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Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders
Publisher: US Gold     Developer: Lucasfilm Games
Year of release: 1989

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Genres : Graphical Adventure / Modern Day

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Jeezon Torst wrote ...2003-11-13 15:19:44
one of the best adventure games ever, definitely
Nick Price wrote ...2002-12-30 01:16:02
Very nice game.
Nemesis wrote ...2001-12-10 18:44:26
The second game I ever played on my ST. (Mainly because it ran in high resolution on my monochrome monitor, as I didn't have a color monitor yet. :)) And boy, did it rock. Hilariously funny and entertaining. Lucasfilm Games' (or LucasArts as they are called now) second adventure game after Maniac Mansion paved the way for future hits like Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle (aka Maniac Mansion 2). The only unnerving feature were the labyrinths... later I figured out the system behind them, and after that it was easy. If you plan to play this classic (and you should!) a bit of advice: in the labyrinths pay attention to the door ornaments. ;)
Jean-Michel Durand wrote ...2001-11-05 10:47:47
I still dream about this game. The puzzles were insane yet logical, the story was demented yet coherent and the graphics were garish yet perfectly fitting. This is truly one of Lucasfilm Games' masterpieces.