Viacom New Media Games

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Sega Genesis

Ren and Stimpy's Invention

Ren and Stimpy's Invention Game
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Play as either Ren or Stimpy as you try to collect the pieces of the machine through six different levels of hilarious gameplay.

Beavis and Butt-head

Based on the successful cartoon “Beavis and Butthead”, the game is very faithful to the series.
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Sega Genesis

Zoop

Some of its rules resemble those of Plotting, but unlike Plotting, Zoop runs in real time.
Sega Genesis SNES

Phantom 2040

It's a side-scrolling action-adventure video game, based upon the animated television series Phantom 2040.
Sega Genesis SNES

Congo - The Game

This is a pretty good game. It is fairly challenging and will get lots of playing this for the younger audience.
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Sega Genesis

Nickelodeon Guts

Game nased on an "action-sports" game show that aired for four seasons on Nickelodeon from 1992 to 1995.
SNES

Rocko's Modern Life: Spunky's Dangerous Day

It is a two-dimensional side-scrolling platform game, and the player controls Rocko. There are four sets of stages in which Rocko's dog Spunky has wandered off in search of an object that catches his attention: Sand in Your Navel, Trash-O-Madness, ..
SNES

Mtv's Slamscape

Viacom New Media is ready to hop on the bandwagon of making things appealing to the MTV generation or (it's a ridiculous label, but you got to use it...) Generation X.

The Divide Enemies Within

The Divide has a deep and involving plot that should instantly pull you into the game.

Beavis and Butt-head: Cheap Clicks

Okay, so there are a few new mini-games that weren't on Virtual Stupidity.

Death Drome

Death Drome is a new futuristic shoot-'em-up from Viacom New Media that resounds with echoes of some of the classic arcade games.

Slamscape

Driving? Shooting? Slamming? Alternative soundtrack by God Lives Underwater? MTV label? What more could any gamer wish for?