This week sees the return of Wes Craven's satirical slasher series - and I'm stupidly excited about it for no apparent reason (then again, I liked Scream 3).
But instead of re-watching the original Scream trilogy or prank calling your home alone friends, spend your afternoon doing something altogether more productive: play Scre4m: The Video G4me.
Scre4m: The Video G4me is a revolutionary new simulation, which allows you to experience the sheer terror of the Scream franchise through the medium of a classic point-and-click text adventure.
More modern than The Great Gatsby NES game, more fun than Dr Horrible's 8-bit Sing-Along-Blog, Scre4m: The Video G4me is the ultimate thrill ride for lovers of MS-DOS. And horrific bloody death.
Press reviews of Scre4m: The Video G4me
"Two knives up!!" - Roger Ebert
"1 serial killer? It deserves 127!" - Robbie Collin, News of the World
"That... was a game." - Matthew Reynolds, Digital Spy
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