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Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity  1995

Based on the titular idiots of MTV fame, Virtual Stupidity is a point-and-click adventure. Beavis and Butt-Head want to join the gang of a man named Todd, and they explore locations such as Burger World, their house, and Highland High School in the attempt. The shareware demo is the first of four mini-games, called Hock-A-Loogie. Players choose Beavis or Butt-Head, and score points for hitting targets from the roof of the school. The player can move left or right, and the distance is determined by how long you hold the mouse button. There is a distance indicator on the left side of the screen. 1 point is scored for hitting Principal McVicker, 2 points for hitting a cyclist, 5 points for hitting a squirrel, 7 points for hitting a paper airplane, and 10 points for hitting a car. Every 10 hits earns a green loogie, which can be hocked with the right mouse button, which doubles the score for a hit. Hock-A-Loogie isn't representative of the rest of the game, but it's a decent mini-game on its own.

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Screenshot of Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity


Beavis and Butt-Head in Hock-A-Loogie Shareware Demo (1,254,275 bytes) 1995-09-21 Win9x


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