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This is an old school-type graphic adventure, right down to the verb-selecting SCUMM-ish interface. Every year the "Hollywood Monsters awards ceremony" is organized to recognize the acting monsters. You play a reporter from "The Quill" who gets the assigned to cover the show (celebrated at the apropiatedly gloomy Hannover mansion, owned by the president of MKO pictures). However things go bad and both your character and Frankenstein dissapear. You'll then procede through the game alternating between Sue (the first character) and Ron, who was sent to find out what happened. All this in a world populated with wacky versions of popular horror movie monsters (the werewolf appears as a gigolo, the mummy is whipped by his wife, etc...).


Hollywood Monsters Windows Sue en route to the awards' after-party to get the latest celebrity gossip.
Hollywood Monsters Windows Organ
Hollywood Monsters Windows Vampire alert
Hollywood Monsters Windows A skeleton in the bar

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OK PC Gamer Windows Feb, 1998 85 out of 100 85 / Windows Jan 26, 2004 83 out of 100 83
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Topic # Posts Last Post
"English version" or "Feel free to translate it!" 7 A.P.$lasH
Apr 13, 2008


Version differences

The second release of the game includes the opening theme song, Enigmas by La Union, as an audio track playable on any CD player.

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