Fun House is a 1991 action video and personal computer game which is based on the U.S. version of the television show Fun House.
Released in 1991, it was marketed exclusively towards North American gamers. The systems that were intended to run this game were the NES and the PC's MS-DOS operating system (although it could work on Microsoft Windows with some effort). The DOS version was more faithful to the television program than the NES version (which simply was an action/shooter game with little connection to the TV series).
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