The Meaning of Life
||(Win95/98Me/XP) (Retail) (PYTHONMLPR)
7th Level /
Panasonic Interactive Media
ESRB Rating: Mature (Ages 17+) - Mature sexual themes,
realistic blood and gore, and strong language.
The First Game Devised Exclusively for the Betterment of
Finally, a CD-ROM game that no one will
enjoy! Monty Python's The Meaning of Life. It's based on the film by the
same name, but it's really something completely similar yet entirely
Experience the heart-warming miracle of birth, the joy of
growing up, and the giddy thrill of getting old and dying. Unravel the
mind-boggling mysteries of human existence. And solve some of the most
perplexing puzzles ever devised by mammals. Or, if you prefer, just sit there
and watch while someone smarter does it for you.
Monty Python's The Meaning of Life. The thoroughly
irreverent and tasteless comedy-strategy game devised specifically for people
like you, regardless of who you think you are. From the makers of the
award-winning games Monty Python and the quest for the Holy Grail, and Monty
Python's Complete Waste of Time.
It's silly. It's witty. Buy it!
This game insults absolutely
everyone in absolutely every way. It is guaranteed to offend. If you are not
offended by this game, write to the Ministry of Offensive Games and they may
actually refund your money or they may interview you for a position in the
Special Bonus: Contains hours of new material from
all of the Pythons!
IBM PC or compatible, Pentium 100MHz or greater processor,
Windows 95 or greater, 16MB RAM, 256 color display running at 800x600, mouse,
4x CD-rOM drive, MPC compatible sound card and amplified speakers.
Tested OK on Windows XP.
"The most appealing factor in this game is its adventure
element. Unlike the previous two Monty Python games, this one requires you to
creatively think, to visit and revisit hotspots, and to gather inventory items
at one place and use them somewhere else. In other words, the strict linearity
in gameplay in Monty Python & the Quest for the Holy
Grail and the lack of adventure type puzzles in Monty
Python's Complete Waste of Time no longer exist."
this game bears two serious bugs that may prevent you from finishing the game.
These bugs have been confirmed by 7th level. Yet, until now, there is no
intention at all by the developer to provide a patch. Luckily, there are some
self-made workarounds to these bugs. Of course, how will you know this if you
simply plan to finish the game without a walkthrough? Suffice to say, if you
don't know the workarounds, then surf the internet for a game solution that
tells you how to overcome these bugs! You simple won't be able to finish the
game without it!"
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