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Download Waynes World

Waynes World
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Does anybody know who Mike “Austin Power” Myers is? Yes. He’s the voice of Shrek (even in the sequel). But long before that Mike was a part of another classic Wayne’s World.

This game is not exactly based on either of the two movies, but it features the lovable goofs that made every eighties teenager feel good (because they could always look down on two doofeses like Wayne and Garth and see that every dog has more then just one day).

In this adventure game Wayne and Garth will have a pizza-thon. That’s right, you read correctly, a pizza-thon. For that they’ll need lots of pepperoni and of course lots of dough. And they’ll have people call in and get pizzas, but at the same time donate money for a good cause.

The sound of this game is above average for a Capstone game (they obviously made their goad to convert as many teen movies - with just one sequel - into computer games). There will be some random yells that are actually movie quotes. Graphics really are good, although not breathtaking yet. The biggest improvement with this game was the interface. Although leading companies already used fully mouse operated games, this wasn’t the case with Capstone (at least not right away). This game finally is a true point and click. The icons at the bottom of the screen are used instead of the verbs and you can easily understand what they mean (although extreme close up may confuse you a bit).

And as for the gameplay itself...well with a plotline like this, you know it can’t be very imaginative. It’s more absurd then anything else. It’s still fun, but don’t expect too much depth in the story. You probably won’t learn a single thing playing this game (unless maybe some slang words you may already be to young to know, or were already too old at that time and never could learn them). The story also isn’t very intriguing, but it’s somewhat amusing and the puzzles are solvable.

This game is a mediocre piece of computer programming, but the title does have some appeal. I believe that there are people out there, who’d want to have the game just for nostalgia or because they’re Wayne’s fans. I’d give this game an average score of 3.


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