Beavis & Butt-Head

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a game by Viacom New Media, RealTime Associates, and NuFX, Inc.
Genres: Action, Platformer
Platforms: PC, Sega GenesisGenesis, SNESSNES, Playstation, GameGear, GameBoy
Editor Rating: 7/10, based on 12 reviews
User Rating: 8.8/10 - 5 votes
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See also: 2D Platformer Games

Beavis and Butt-head are here and they are badder than ever! One afternoon while doing what they do best, watching TV, they see that Gwar is coming to their town. Bound and determined to go to the concert, they decide that if they do lots of cool things Gwar will let them into the concert free. They waste no time getting started, either. At the beginning of the game you decide where to go first by changing the TV channels.

Once you are there you must keep them alive and evade a lot of alive and evade a lot of different enemies. At the Turbo Mall 2000 you can search for change and then play two different sub-games.


Fans of the show will enjoy the chance to play as the popular pair.


This game is full of cheap hits that you just can't avoid.


Okay, one cheap hit I can deal with, but when one pushes you into another it becomes really annoying.

  • Manufacturer: VIACOM
  • # of players: 1 OR 2
  • Difficulty: MODERATE
  • Available: OCTOBER 1994
  • Cartridge size: 12 MEG
  • No. of Levels: 6
  • Theme: ACTION

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System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP


System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
  • Game modes: Single game mode

Player controls:

  • Up, Down, Left, Right - Arrow keys
  • Start - Enter (Pause, Menu select, Skip intro, Inventory)
  • "A" Gamepad button - Ctrl (usually Jump or Change weapon)
  • "B" button - Space (Jump, Fire, Menu select)
  • "C" button - Left Shift (Item select)

Use the F12 key to toggle mouse capture / release when using the mouse as a controller.


System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
  • Pentium II (or equivalent) 266MHz (500MHz recommended), RAM: 64MB (128MB recommended), DirectX v8.0a or later must be installed


System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP


System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP


System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP

Game Reviews

Beavis and Butt-Head are not role models. They're not even human. They're cartoon characters. Some of the things they do would cause a person to get hurt, expelled, arrested, possibly deported. To put it another way: Don't try this at home.

Well, actually, you can try it at home now. Although already stars of some latter-day SNES and Genesis games, Mike Judge's gruesome twosome have finally made the jump to 32-Bit. It was a long time coming, but it looks like developer New Level has gotten something of a handle on the whole thing.

Humor is obviously the most important element of any game starring these two. Yes you need the graphics to be recognizable, but underneath all of the icing you need to ensure that the underlying game is rooted firmly in adolescent, ridiculous humor. And thankfully B&B Get Big...wood (ho, ho) has been designed very much with this in mind. Set in Hollywood after the guys have finished work on their next movie, they find that they don't have any money with which to get home, so they have to take odd-jobs on the film sets in order to make cash. Conveniently, there are all sorts of movies being made, so B&B can travel through some varied environments with vaguely "filmy" themes.

At its heart it's a fairly simple 3D graphic adventure with smallish locations that each contain tasks that meld platform elements with puzzles and stupid jokes. The gameplay in itself isn't particularly hilarious (although some of the puzzles are reasonably chuckleworthy) but what really shines is the interaction between Beavis and Butt-head.

You don't just control one character or the other, you actually control both. By switching between the two, you can manipulate objects, lure things, push things around and distract people. It's not spectacularly original in concept, but it's refreshing to see the idea used in this context. What makes it all so much more fun though, is the fact that the two guys are constantly abusing each other. And I mean constantly. If they're not slapping each other around or calling each other "buttmunch," they're venting their anger out of the game toward the player. "Can't you get someone cool to play this instead?" is one of the hundreds of insults that gets thrown around if you dare to make even the slightest mistake.

Thankfully, like this month's cover-star South Park, enough speech is being recorded to ensure things don't get stale too quickly. We are assured that literally hours of dialogue has been recorded so that as you go through the game you don't get completely sick and tired of the same "huh-huh-huh" sample playing over and over.

Little Thingies

Okay, so there are a few new mini-games that weren't on Virtual Stupidity -- if you played those games you'll know that it was a challenge to play them for more than a few minutes without becoming, like, really bored, yearning to get back to the business of getting Beavis and Butt-head into Todd's gang. The three extra mini-games included in this CD apparently weren't good enough to make the cut into the momma CD. And the subtitle on this disk is (tongue-in-cheek, I think) "Action mini-games." Action? Hardly.

In one of the three new games, you're supposed to change all the channels on a 9-screen wall of TVs to "something cool." I'm pretty sure I was doing this right, clicking one station until a murder re-enactment was showing instead of some hicks fishing, but I never got any points. I'm sure Beavis kicks ass at this, but I'm not as smart as he is.

Thank you, Drive Through, as a game, is not nearly as much fun as just hearing Beavis say it. There are two challenges, basically: 1) make Beavis throw food either left or right, and 2) throw something at a rat to kill him so Butt-head can put him into "special" burgers, which score even more points when you hit the customers.

In the other new game, Wrecked Balls, you control Beavis and try to catch a bunch of crap that Butt-head is throwing out the windows of an abandoned building. Every once in a while, this wrecking ball swings by and kills Beavis. Neat.

Calling All Dorks

This one's not as bad, even though I was only able to get it installed on one of the two machines I tried it on. It's a collection of ten custom desktops that feature all the possibilities: trashcan icons, cursors, sound events, and a new clock font. You also get a nifty Magic 8-ball-esque "Decision Maker." If you use this decision maker more than once, you should make the second question: "Oh, Mr. Beavis Genie, should I type "FORMAT C: /u/s" at the DOS prompt?" Chances are 50/50 you'll get what's coming to you. Now, I like B&B as much as anyone, and I have to admit it's really fun having your machine call you a Buttknocker every five minutes, but then again, any real dork knows you can get most of the same materials included in this CD for free on the Internet.

Weiner Takes All

Though this app killed the video driver on my primary machine (a Toshiba Satellite Pro notebook), once I got it installed at work it turned out to be pretty much worth the wait. I'd guess that this disk required the most work by all involved, including Mike Judge. This means that here's where you'll find the best B&B quotes and smart/sly/stupid comments. What you get is a view from behind the couch (a "Butt's-eye-view") and you're looking at the TV trying to answer a bunch of questions while B&B make the type of comments they're known for, both about the questions themselves and the cheesy commercials that pop up (huh huh) here and there. The data file is 269 MB, so there's plenty of questions and animations to keep you entertained for a while. Basically, though, the game part sucks and the comments are cool (as Butt-head says: "Sometimes you have to wait through some crap before something good happens.") Ultimately, the decision-maker for me (just for Weiner Takes All) would be the price-to-entertainment ratio; though it's better than the other two, I wouldn't pay more than 15 bucks for this disk.

System Requirements

Windows 95, 486DX 66MHz, 8MB RAM, 5MB Hard Drive Space, 2x CD-ROM, VLB or PCI Video, DirectSound compatible sound card

Recommended: Windows 95, Pentium processor, 16 MB RAM, 21 MB hard drive space, 4x CD-ROM drive, accelerated (2 MB VRAM or better) VLB or PCI video, DirectSound compatible sound card

Bottom Line

No matter the price, these disks are not great values. The kind of entertainment you get is similar to what you see on TV -- nuggets of hilarity ("wisdom is just the official way to say 'wiz"') hidden amid lowbrow dialogue and some fun animations -- but the games just aren't interesting enough to make me stick around looking for those nuggets. The themes packed into Calling All Dorks are just Beavis and Butt-head for Beavis and Butt-head's sake -- I don't see much fun in my mouse pointer being the headbanger's hand symbol (whatever that's called) or having my default beep be Beavis saying "Where's Mr. Van Driessen?" But if you like all-encompassing Win95 desktop themes, haven't yet had enough of the unintriguing mini-games that appeared previously inB&B's Virtual Stupidity, or think you can stay entertained working through a multimedia quiz show, then this package is for you. Otherwise, stay clear of these disks, dude.

Beavis and Butt-Head will be on the CWAR-path on the Game Gear, too! As in the SNES and Genesis games, the guys will be hot to dig out the dough to make it to the concert. This time they trash their favorite Highland hangouts in a side-scrolling, jump-and-dump smashfest through four levels. The action looks pretty good, but the sounds-including the B&B theme tune and, of course, the goofy laughs-were primo on the prelim cart. Beavis and Butt-Head are out to rule handhelds!

Beavis and Butt-head are finally here in their own game for the Game Gear! This game is a side-scrolling action game where you control the rude pair through some crazy adventures. You have to jump over fire hydrants and other obstacles while you search cash machines and phones for money.

The money will be used later in the game to buy food to keep them alive. But don't eat too much or you'll end up on the toilet! The game features some really cool effects like voices that are directly from the game, If you are a fan of the terrible twosome, then you will get a real kick out of this one!


The sounds in this game are really good and the voices are very cool!


Sometimes there are so many enemies that you have to take multiple hits.


The dude standing in the middle of the street, wearing leather, attacking you with a whip!

  • Manufacturer: VIACOM
  • # of players: 1
  • Difficulty: MODERATE
  • Manufacturer: Viacom
  • Machine: SNES and Genesis

If your idea of fun is cutting up insects with a chain saw, or maybe just launching snot rockets, then this is just possibly the game for you! However, if you prefer games that have a sense of humor to them, just skip this one, dude!

  • Manufacturer: Viacom
  • Machine: SNES and Genesis

If your idea of fun is cutting up insects with a chain saw, or maybe just launching snot rockets, then this is just possibly the game for you! However, if you prefer games that have a sense of humor to them, just skip this one, dude!

  • Machine: Genesis.
  • Manufacturer: by Viacom New Media.

Question: I am stumped. Whenever I play, I get stuck trying to find the last three ticket pieces. I need some help! I have already found the one piece you get after beating Billy Bob in the race, the piece you find in the parrot's cage, the piece under the top secret file in the army guy's office, the piece you find in the nest after cutting down the tree, the one the guy belches up in Burger World, and the piece that the Buttlady gives up after she takes a swim in grape pop. Where are the other three pieces, and how do you get into the laundromat?

Answer: Getting into the Laundry is simple - grab the jeans off the bedroom floor at Butt-Head's house, then head to the Turbo Mall. At the far end of the mall is the Yoghurt store, and in the store's bathroom you find a bar of soap on the sink. On the way back to the laundry, stop at the auto mechanic's place, overcome him by any means necessary, and grab your free can of oil. With the jeans and the soap, you can get into the laundry. Stand in front of the dryer on the far left and use the oil to grease the door. The ticket is inside.

There's another piece on top of Principal McVicar's head at the High School. Enter the first door in the school hallway to get into Buzzcut's class. Belch or fart on him (no other weapons have any effect) until he passes out, then grab the two bottles of chemicals off his desk. Walk to the end of the school hallway to find the Principal, and use the chemicals in the office.

The last piece is a squeaker. As you're leaving the High School, look under Van Driesson's desk and grab the miscellaneous hunk of goo you find under there, then head home. Use the glop as bait for couch fishing, and you reel in the last piece of the ticket.


  1. Stand directly in front of the last dryer and use the oil to open the door quietly. The piece is inside.
  2. Stop by Van Driesson's room on the way out and grab the glob of stuff from under his desk. Go back to Butt-Head's house and use the stuff as bait for couch fishing. A-ha! The last piece! Gwar! Gwar! Gwar!
  3. Go back to We 'B' Cars and shoot the crazed mechanic inside, then take his can of oil. Using the jeans from Butt-Head's room and the soap, you can get into the laundry.
  4. To get the piece off McVicar's head, belch or fart on Buzzcut until he passes out, then grab the 'A' and 'B' chemicals. Go back to McVicar's office and use them in front of his desk.
  • Machine: Genesis, Game Gear;
  • Manufacturer: Viacom; Viacom

Truly, these are the End Times. Mike Judge's animated (well, sort of animated anyway) duo are invading your very homes this fall, thanks to Viacom New Media. The Genesis version combines a graphic adventure with action - sort of like Maniac Mansion, except it has different characters, a different storyline, and no sense of taste or decorum.

Beavis and Butt-Head bought tickets to a Gwar concert ('cause, after all, Gwar is cool), but a bunch of stuff happened to 'em, and now the tickets are in pieces and scattered all over the place. If they're gonna have a prayer of getting into the show, they're gonna have to find the pieces and put the tickets back together.

The game is designed for one or two players. The thought of using your brain in anything even remotely connected to Beavis and Butt-Head is pretty darn bizarre, but we can honestly say that the puzzles and obstacles are real stumpers - twisted, sick, and depraved stumpers, but a serious challenge all the same.

Hell, any game that you can totally annoy your parents with is good enough for us!

Beavis and ButtHead is a solidly crafted hop-n-bop adventure with moderate challenge but a diluted version of B&B's trademark puberty-propelled personality. In their quest for admission to a GWAR concert, the boys nudge along in straightforward but uninspired game play. The controls keep the game crisp, but B&B are limited to basic jumps and nonviolent freakoid firepower like paint guns.

ProTip: Some obstacles require teamwork. Use the Leg Thnm (press Button A).

The graphics and sounds are cartoon simple. The flat, slightly grungy graphics are B&B perfect, but the guys would trash the jumpy rock tunes.

  • During the Highland High Chicken Fights, the block move (hold Up) protects against oncoming basketballs.

Beavis and Butt-Head don't suck, but it doesn't rule either. This game's strictly a thumb massage... but if saying "massage" makes you giggle; you're Beavis and Butt-Head material.

America’s favorite morons make their way the Sega Genesis in MTV’S Beavis and Butt-Head. You’ve got to help the mentally deficient duo score tickets to a GWAR concert, but the boys don’t have any cash to buy tickets.

Beavis and Butt-head finally saved enough money toiling at Burger World to purchase GWAR tickets. As they held them majestically in the air, Anderson's poodle suddenly leaped up and swallowed them. The boys chased after the dog until it finally spit them out on Anderson's lawn--while he was mowing it! Now it's up to you to help Beavis and Butt-head find the shredded ticket pieces in order to see GWAR. Switch between characters at any time or grab a friend and explore together.

Travel through six locations in your adventure, including Burger World, the Drive-In, Highland High School, the Hospital, the Street, and the Turbo Mall 2000. Find useful objects to sell for cash, which will allow you access into certain areas, or use them to solve various puzzles throughout the game. Watch out! Whenever Beavis or Butt-head gets hurt, their "attention span" meter will get shorter. If it completely disappears, it's back to the living room and all of your items and pieces will be lost. As Beavis would say, "That sucks!"

Each level requires you, as Beavis or Butt-Head (or both if you’re playing with a friend), to avoid enemies and solve puzzles. Once you reach the end of the game, prepare to square off against the members of GWAR themselves in a showdown of epic proportions.

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

Beavis and Butt-Head features:

  • Features America’s favorite slackers, Beavis and Butt-Head
  • Four levels of action
  • The music of GWAR
  • Several characters from the popular animated TV show
  • One- or two-player capabilities

Feel crazy and a little dangerous. Try your skills at the Beavis and Butt-Head video game, based on the MTV animated series. In this action packed game, help Beavis and Butt-Head find the pieces of their shredded and scattered tickets to a GWAR concert. With music by GWAR, America’s favorite slackers are trying to get into the concert; however, they have no money to get the tickets. With their idiotic scheme set in place, the duo decide that they can get into the concert for free by taking pictures of themselves doing outrageous and dangerous, yet, cool things. As America’s favorite morons, you will guide them through four different levels, try to avoid enemies, and solve complex puzzles. In the end, square off against the members of GWAR. Released from 1994-1999 by Realtime Associates and Viacom New Media, this one to two player, teen game is compatible with SNES, Game Gear, Sega Mega Drive, and Game Boy platforms. So, take a step into the wild gaming world of Beavis and Butt-Head.

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    Justin Garcia CoolDuelist said on Forum:

    This game is funny and there fore enjoyable. Play as beavis or butthead, you can switch whenever you want and it's also two players. But I'm sure all of this is already in the description, so let me say something different. This is a strategy game and some parts get hard because they're not obvious but that makes the game fun at the same time. And if you stuck somewhere, e-mail me and I help you and Spoiler ALERT if you can't pass the fishing pole part, e-mail me and I help you End of SPOILER Highly Recommeded by me JGCD!

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    Andy said on Forum:

    A very hard platform / Action game, Or thought the Sega version is totally differant as a sort of a point and click adventure and finding certain objects to add your quest for GWAR tickets.