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      • MadWorld is a beat 'em up hack and slash video game developed by PlatinumGames, published by Sega, produced by Atsushi Inaba, and directed by Shigenori Nishikawa. It was released worldwide for the Wii in March 2009, and in Japan in February 2010. is a beat 'em up hack and,March 2009, and in Japan in February 2010.
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  2. MadWorld - Wikipedia

    MadWorld is a beat 'em up hack and slash video game developed by PlatinumGames, published by Sega, produced by Atsushi Inaba, and directed by Shigenori Nishikawa.It was released worldwide for the Wii in March 2009, and in Japan in February 2010.

    • Shigenori Nishikawa
    • SegaJP: Spike
    • PlatinumGames
    • NA: March 10, 2009, EU: March 20, 2009, AU: March 26, 2009, JP: February 10, 2010
  3. Mad World - Wikipedia

    "Mad World" is a 1982 song by the British band Tears for Fears. Written by Roland Orzabal and sung by bassist Curt Smith, it was the band's third single release and first chart hit, reaching number 3 on the UK Singles Chart in November 1982.

    • "Ideas as Opiates", "Saxophones as Opiates" (12-inch)
    • 20 September 1982
  4. MadWorld Wiki | Fandom

    The MadWorld Wiki is a community that aims to create the best resource for MadWorld, a videogame for the Nintendo Wii developed by PlatinumGames and published by Sega. To write a new article, just enter the title in the box below. If you are new to wikis, check out the tutorial.

  5. Game Support - Official Mad World Wiki

    Mad World is an free-to-play action MMO being developed as an HTML5 application by Jandisoft. It can run on any platform that provides a web browser environment, and eventual release on consoles is planned as well. 1 Gameplay 2 Business model 3 Videos 4 Screenshots 5 System requirements 6 Game...

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  6. Mad World | Criminal Case Wiki | Fandom
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    Gwen and the player disguised themselves as nighttime inspectors to enter the Blackmoor Asylum in El Paso, only to find Dr Lucrezia Steinwith her skull cracked open in a bathtub. Mid-investigation, the victim's assistant, Adam Enstrom, informed the team that one of the patients, former police cop Greg Schmidt, had escaped, prompting the team to return Greg to the asylum. Later, Felixpanicked after having a creepy mask stuck on his face. The team then found enough evidence to arrest Adam for the murder. Adam admitted that he was Lucrezia's creation, having been made from stitched up body parts of her previous patients, brought to life, and then mentored by Lucrezia until he was fit to be her assistant. Noting his creator's lack of empathy for her patients, he sedated her and commenced the trepanning process to cure her, accidentally killing her. Post-arrest, Charity and Mercy, the twins conjoined by the victim, told the team that they had found Adam dead in the asylum dorm. Ben and t...

    1. Dr Lucrezia Stein(found with a hole drilled through her skull)

    1. Trepanning Tool

    1. Adam Enstrom

    The killer eats gruel.
    The killer is claustrophobic.
    The killer plays Link 4.
    The killer has a scar.

    Chapter 1

    1. Investigate Creepy Bathroom. (Clues: Victim’s Bag, Access Badge, Victim’s Body; Victim identified: Dr Lucrezia Stein) 2. Examine Victim's Bag. (Result: Clipboard; New Suspect: Greg Schmidt) 3. Speak to Greg Schmidt. (Prerequisite: Clipboard found) 4. Examine Access Badge. (Result: Access Badge; New Suspect: Adam Enstrom) 5. Ask Adam Enstrom about the victim. (Prerequisite: Access Badge unraveled; New Crime Scene: Patients’ Dorm) 6. Investigate Patients’ Dorm. (Prerequisite: Adam interrogat...

    Chapter 2

    1. Profile updated: Greg is claustrophobic 2. Investigate Asylum Gardens. (Available after unlocking Chapter 2; Clues: Pile of Logs, Ornate Box, Wheelbarrow) 3. Examine Pile of Logs. (Result: Weird Tool) 4. Analyze Weird Tool. (12:00:00; Murder Weapon registered: Trepanning Tool; Attribute: The killer plays Link 4; New Crime Scene: Bloody Bathtub) 5. Investigate Bloody Bathtub. (Prerequisite: Weird Tool analyzed; Clues: Mask, Torn Photo) 6. Examine Mask. (Result: Mask Tag) 7. Analyze Mask Tag...

    Chapter 3

    1. Investigate Dormitory Beds. (Available after unlocking Chapter 3; Clues: Security Camera, Newspaper Article, Defaced Portrait) 2. Examine Security Camera. (Result: Unlocked Camera) 3. Analyze Unlocked Camera. (09:00:00) 4. Find out why Greg Schmidt tried to kill the victim. (Prerequisite: Unlocked Camera analyzed; Profile updated: Greg eats gruel and plays Link 4) 5. Examine Newspaper Article. (Result: Handwriting) 6. Ask Willie Hicks what he meant by knowing the truth about the asylum. (P...

    The case title may be a reference to the video game of the same name.
    This is one of the six cases in Supernatural Investigations in which the victim and the killer are relatives.
    Link 4 is a parody of Connect 4.
    In Something Wicked This Way Comes, the code to access the investigation files is X-F1L3S, which is a reference to the televsion series X-Files.
  7. Mad World (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

    "Mad World" is a 1982 song by Tears for Fears, covered by Michael Andrews and Gary Jules (2001) and others. Mad World may also refer to: Mad World, a 2016 Hong Kong drama film directed by Wong Chun; MAD World, the international network of MAD TV; MadWorld, a 2009 video game "Mad World" (Hardwell song), 2015

  8. Category:Weapons | MadWorld Wiki | Fandom

    A variety of weapons can be used to end the life of one's enemies in MadWorld. This category lists what weapons can be obtained. Note: This accounts only for weapons that can be picked up and be stowed away by using the D-Pad. Things like signposts or garbage cans are listed as improvised weapons.

  9. Jack Cayman | MadWorld Wiki | Fandom
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    Jack Cayman is the main protagonist, anti-hero and player character in the videogame MadWorld. "A MadWorld... I'll fit right in." -Jack

    A mechanic, bounty hunter, former marine and ex-cop with his primary weapon as a retractable chainsaw equipped to his right arm. Jack is the protagonist and player character of MadWorld, and is voiced by Steven Blum. His other known history is that it was erased prior to DeathWatch's 2019 opening and that no specifics are given beyond nothing is certain and is definitely not as seen in the game or cut scenes.

    Jack is the star of MadWorld, the man with the chainsaw on his arm, the cigarette in his mouth, and the biggest swagger to hit Jefferson Island in years. Jack arrives on the scene in Varrigan City without a sponsor, a reputation, and with no obvious reason for being there, aside from the hundred-million-dollar prize that’s up for grabs.

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