DOS - 1989
Also available on: Commodore 64
Description of X-Men
A great side-scrolling arcade game featuring all the X-Men and their cool powers, Madness in Murderworld pits the team against their arch-enemies Arcade and Magneto in Murderworld, the deadly amusement park of terror. The game boasts over 500 action and combat screens, and some puzzle-solving (e.g. find the right key for the door). The game also came with a limited edition comic book that leads up to the action.. and no, I'm not selling mine .
Review By HOTUD
Comments and reviews
another old school gamer 2019-03-26 0 point DOS version
I use the fix but now I can only play in "God" mode where i'm invincible and have unlimited mutant power. Is there anyway to play this game normally so it isnt a walk through.
blahblah 2019-01-02 0 point
Had this growing up. It was sold as an action game, but was mostly a "where do I go? what do I do?" puzzle adventure game that happened to have action / combat spots as well. Some enemies are super-cheap in how they attack you, killing your guys quickly (which forces you to either try to pick the right X-men to go up against them, or just suck it up and do your best). Your mutants have a mutant power bar, and it gets drained way faster then you'd like. EG: IIRC Colussus' energy gets drained just from getting hit, b/c it accounts for his skin soaking up damage. When Wolverine gets damaged, he auto-heals, and that automatically uses up energy. Cyclops only uses energy when he shoots his eye beam, so at least you can control that. It's near-impossible to get energy back. I think they have recovery items, but near-impossible to find them. So, some X-men end up without energy very fast due to how the game works... which is awful when you suddenly find a spot where you NEED that X-men to use their power to progress. Overall, I hated the game. I got sick of back-tracking and getting stuck, trying to figure out where to go, what to do, where items I found went.. the adventure part wouldn't be so bad if enemies weren't killing you while adventuring, but the lackluster combat and getting killed right and left while trying to back-track to figure things out got old fast. I never beat the game. Gave up on it.
raymond 2013-04-04 0 point DOS version
I are stuck on the door (behind hidden wall where ladder goes up to Silver Samurai)
pls! any friends can help me ??
wolvie 2013-03-20 0 point DOS version
why is my wolvie always do a jump before starting an attack? I didn't press any up+right key but just ctrl+direction, but he always do a jump first.
sigg 2010-02-14 0 point DOS version
today (2010-06-15) I just found that
there is a version of this game on abandonia d0t c0m that include a XMENFIX hacked executable and it is working with dosbox 0.73
bah2501 2009-05-26 0 point DOS version
if you download from abandonia dot com there is a file called xmen fix. I think it fixes whatever problem you are having with xmen.com because it worked fine for me.
AfghanAnt 2008-09-24 0 point DOS version
OMIGAWD! I've wanted this game for years - now if only I could get it to play on my Android.
admin 2008-08-14 1 point DOS version
Doesn't seem to work, did try with HOTU archive and got the same results, XMEN.COM just freeze :/
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