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To Kill A Mocking Nerd Download

  • Genre: Action
  • Works On: Windows 95-98, Windows XP
To Kill A Mocking Nerd

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  • Gohst

    I’m certain that when Harper Lee sat down a half-century ago to pen her defining novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” she thought quietly in the back of her mind, “I hope someone makes this into a violent freeware game.” Well, her wish has finally been granted.

    You take control of somebody with an instinctual drive to kill nerds in as violent way as possible. Using a never-ending collection of knives from your back pocket, you slice the heads of nerds and watch their blood pour from their necks. Ready your next deadly accurate knife as more nerds, cops and homeless people await you. Just watch out for the cops, they throw doughnuts at you.

    Quite possibly the loosest adaptation of anything, ever, Mocking Nerd succeeds in being exactly that and wholly shameful. Play it at your own discretion, just don’t think for a second you’ll leave feeling the same at the end, as you did with the book.

  • Unclesuto

    You run around throwing knives at everything for no real reason. Totally mindless dribble. Yet, for the 20 seconds it takes to complete the game, I laughed myself simple! It's worth a play. Of course once you play it, there's really no point in keeping it on your hard drive. One play is enough.

  • Nerdkiller

    It's an awesome game especially when you get to the cops part!

  • Deathrattler

    The worst game ever in creation.

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