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A Matter of Some Gravity (Maniac Mansion Mania: Episode 77)

by Markus Klein

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About this game

It's the summer holidays in Ronville and it has been raining for weeks. The perfect time for Bernard Bernoulli to work on his newest invention, which is able to abolish all known spatial boundaries. After its completion he wants to proudly present it to his neighbour Hoagie - but is this really a good idea? Play as the dynamic duo Bernard and Hoagie and bring them both down to earth again - because in the end, it's only a matter of some gravity.

3 people commented on this game (newest first):

I like how the game maps the original story to the world of MMM. The setup with those two characters that are not only very different, but in this game also literally contrary, was hillarious. I also like the precise programming, when switching between characters the other one is still displayed correctly.
Some of the puzzles were rather difficult and I needed a walkthrough several times (but I'm not very good at puzzling).
2013-04-06 13:22:07 by cat
This is one of the best MMM-Episodes ever made and currently the best avaiable in English. Strongest point are the very smart puzzles and the humor of the game. Highly recommended!
2012-12-01 13:50:02 by JPS
Great work!
I really enjoyed playing this game.
2012-10-26 19:35:04 by Boogieman (can't use special characters here) (Bòógieman)
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