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Warning: Extreme Cartoon Violence!
No cartoon characters were maimed or mutilated during the making of this game.
A hilarious ground-breaking interactive adventure that sets the new standard in animated cartoon action!
Deep in the bowels of the sinister castle, evil is brewing. As Lance, the world's hippest computer repair guru, you're called to the mysterious castle of the disembodied brain, Dr. Nero Neurosis. You learn of the Doctor's master plan...
There's no turning back now. Race through the evil playground of the demented Doctor's twisted castle and battle the ultimate mishaps of science: Moose, Vivi, and Fritz, the half-human half-pet of Dr. Neurosis.
Requirements: CD-ROM drive (300K/s or better), 4Mb RAM, 386 or faster, VGA. Supports: joystick, keyboard, all major sound cards.
PC Entertainment, March 1996
"What do you get when you mix two parts Scooby Doo with one part Heavy Metal and toss it in a Dragon's Lair crust? Why, BrainDead 13, of course.
"The latest in ReadySoft's cartoon-cum-computer game line (e.g., Space Ace), BrainDead 13 casts you as Lance, "the world's hippest computer repair guru," pitted against the diabolical Dr. Neuro Neurosis, a disembodied brain bent on world domination."
"The terrific animation, soundtrack, and sound effects will bring back fond memories of Scooby and Shaggy fleeing madly through the corridors of some spooky mansion. BrainDead 13 turns up the gore factor a bit, though: While the Scoob never got anything worse than a good scare, Lance is likely to be decapitated, crushed, or burned to a crisp. Fortunately, he just keeps coming back for more - right at the spot of your last mistake."
Multimedia Merchandising, May 1995
"Lance, the world's hippest computer repair guru, gets a late-night 'fix-it' call to the castle of Dr. Nero Neurosis, who is plotting world domination. Lance must battle Neurosis' pet Fritz as well as 'mishaps of science' FrankenJock and Draculette to reach the Chamber of the Brain. Game, schmame: The animation alone renders this title worthy of shelf space. The fully orchestrated digital sound is another plus."
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