Evil Genius

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Evil Genius
File:Evil Genius Coverart.png
Developer(s) Elixir Studios
Publisher(s) Sierra Entertainment
Composer(s) James Hannigan[1][2]
Richard Joseph
Version 1.01 (as of November 11, 2004)
Platform(s) Windows
Release date US 2004-09-28
EU 2004-10-01
Genre(s) God game, Real-time strategy
Mode(s) Single-player
Rating(s) ESRB: Teen (T)
PEGI: 12+
Media CD (2), Steam
Input methods Keyboard & Mouse

Evil Genius is a 2004 real-time strategy and simulation video game developed by Elixir Studios and published by Sierra Entertainment, released on 28 September 2004. The game is inspired by the spy thriller genre (notably the James Bond film series). Similarly to Dungeon Keeper, the game turns the traditional plotline on its head, with the player acting as the villain, evading the comically stereotyped forces of justice. Gameplay revolves around the player building an island fortress and committing clichéd world domination.

The game received generally favorable reviews, scoring an average critic rating of 77% on Game Rankings. Evil Genius' music score, composed by James Hannigan, received a BAFTA nomination for Best Original Music in 2004.

The intellectual property rights of the game are since March 2, 2006 confirmed to be owned by Rebellion Developments


Contents

[edit] System requirements

[edit] Minimum system requirements


[edit] Cheat codes

To enable cheat mode simply type "HUMANZEE" during the game. Now enter the following cheats at will:

Code Result
Ctrl + S Set off explosion / airstirke
Ctrl + C Add $100,000
Ctrl + A Army of Darkness (one of every henchman and minion)
Ctrl + O Give all items
Ctrl + M/N Turn on/off Global Chaos
CTRL + T Gives all traps

[edit] References

  1. Bedigian, Louis. “Evil Genius” and “Freelancer” Composer James Hannigan is Determined to Score Part 1 (English). GameZone. Retrieved on 2008-09-25.
  2. Bedigian, Louis. “Evil Genius” and “Freelancer” Composer James Hannigan is Determined to Score Part 2 (English). GameZone. Retrieved on 2008-09-25.
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