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Thursday, January 05, 2006
Chainsaw Maniac is basically a recreation of the hit console release in Game and Watch format. Looks simplistic but it's actually quite fun, especially if you've enjoyed playing one of those handhelds before.

Help Leon survive against a horde of chainsaw-wielding maniacs by collecting knives from nearby sheds and using them to repel their attacks. The protagonist can only carry three knives at any time though, so you need to replenish his stock quite often.

Controls are limited to the left and right arrow key. Starts off slow but gets really frantic after a while.

Name: Chainsaw Maniac
Developer: Capcom
Category: Action
Type: Flash
Size: 1MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 12/18/2005 04:04:00 AM:  
Been playing this for a few weeks now. Good fun and a genius idea. How come you don't actually mention which hit game this is based on though? Some people might not realise its the RE series.