You play both Wayne and Garth, and you can switch between them at any time. The plot is simple; In an attempt to save their tv-show, Wayne and Garth decide to hold a pizza-thon (a charity show with a pizza-theme) in order to raise money. In order to be able to hold the pizza-thon Wayne and Garth must embark on several quests to collect items and hire people they need for the show. The adventure includes participating in babe-jeopardy, joining a biker's gang and baking pizza. The graphics are in 2D and the sound contains several samples from the movie.
Wayne's World (DOS 1993) is a fun, point n' click graphic adventure game that pulls you into the wacky world of Wayne and his best buddy Garth. A few tweaks to the storyline and some better music and sound effects would have made this a classic, but fans of the franchise will be hard pressed to find a better Wayne's World game.
Please, for fans only. by Scott Cooper (5)
To sum things up, this game had potential, but all was lost through it's major flaws. I'll probably never pick this game up again, and I'm okay with that. It wasn't very funny, it was quite boring, and never once did I say, "I'm glad I bought this!" The amateur and experienced adventure gamer alike will struggle to solve such impossible puzzles. Now don't get me wrong, this game is far superior to it's action game counterpart. However, as far as adventure games go, Wayne's World is not worthy.