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Dude! Animated juvenile delinquents Beavis and Butt-head need to score some tickets to the totally awesome Gwar concert, but they don't have any cash. They think that coolness should be like money, so they decide to take pictures of themselves doing cool things like beating up chicks and raising hell at school. And they're totally convinced that if they show the pictures to the guys in Gwar, Gwar will think they are cool and let them into the concert for free.
Beavis and Butt-head consists of four levels which are represented as television channels. The channels consist of Highland High School, the Streets of Highland, Highland Hospital, and Turbo Mall 2000. Each level is chock-full of object-throwing adversaries such as bullies, bikers, cops, orderlies, old ladies, hospital patients, and other townsfolk.
Beavis and Butt-head can team up in both the one- and two-player modes. This can be helpful for avoiding obstacles and when solving the little puzzles that are in each level. Scattered throughout the game there are squirt guns, paintball guns, chain saws, and other weapons for use in warding off enemies.
In order to obtain cool photos, the bad boys of cartoon land must complete an entire channel. After completing all four channels, they will attempt to get into the concert, but the guys at the front door might not think they're cool enough to get in for free. Never ones to give up, Beavis and Butt-head will then take on the security guards and the band members themselves. ~ Brett Alan Weiss, All Game Guide