I.M. Meen (PC, CD-ROM) Simon & Schuster Software - 1995 USA, Canada Release
|Publisher(s)||Simon & Schuster Software|
|Category(s)||Education, Language, English|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Be quick. be smart. Beware.
An action-packed 3-D learning adventure for ages 9 and up.
Ignatius Mortimer Meen, that is. The nastiest librarian you'll ever meet. And does he have a book for you. Open it and you're drawn into his 36-level labyrinth. It's dark, it's twisted and you'd better use your agility and your brain.
Giant spiders, ratmen, gargoyles and sloppy writing lurk around every creepy corner. With real-time, 3-D scrolling action, this game is real. Watch for that sludge ball... it'll mess your screen! Zap that Frankenmeen with your fire wand. Jump! It's a mad scientist swinging a stethoscope.
Good work. Now, fix the bad grammar in that scroll and you're on your way to the next level.
Get ready. the further you go, the "Meener" it gets!
- State of the art gaming.
- Challenging educational content.
- Smooth scrolling, 3-D action... It's as if you're there!
- 3 combat levels and 3 reading levels.
- Over two dozen intelligent enemies.
- Over 150 scrolls.
- Hours and hours of stimulating fun!
Message to parents.
I.M. Meen is the first action learning game. With I.M. Meen, kids get the action they love, but with humor instead of bloodshed. All the while your kids will be practicing reading and grammar skills. But they'll think they're playing the latest state of the art game. (And they're right!)
PC MS-DOS 5.0
|Required CD Speed||2X|
|Supported Video||VGA 256 Color|