Fakespot Adjusted Percentages 
73% Positive27% Negative
Steam Percentages
78% Positive22% Negative

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  • How are reviewers describing this item?
    first, most, different, better and enhanced.
  • The average player level for the reviewers of this game is 42.7.
  • The average games owned by the reviewers of this game is 637.4.
  • The game has been played an average of 7.8 hours.
  • This product had a total of 60 reviews as of our last analysis date on Feb 5 2020.
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Most positive reviewquestion

Even though it's been around for 30+ years I think it still holds up as a fun and entertaining game!

Least positive reviewquestion

Mouse curser doesn't work

Most authentic reviewquestion

Maniac Mansion, the very first point and click adventure of all time by LucasArts before it was even called LucasArts and the d...  Read More


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    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    Run the game & choose enhanced game, press f5 to bring up the game menu, then click "return to launcher" then "options" then finally graphics modes.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    Even after over 20 years i still remember the game like it was yesterday.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    For those already familiar with the game, this includes both the original pc version and the enhanced pc version released about a year later.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    In it you play as dave and any two of his six friends as they search a creepy mansion for dave's girlfriend, who has been kidnapped by mad scientist dr.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    It was designed by ron gilbert, better known as the creator of the first two monkey island games.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    Maniac mansion was one of the earliest adventure games to do away with the command line and go entirely point-and-click.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    Deja vu did it a couple years earlier (and there may even be earlier examples i'm unaware of), but it was the success of maniac mansion that would eventually make it standard for graphic adventures.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    The game also features npcs that move around the mansion and have their own scripted events, some of which happen independent of the player.

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