Dr. Franken was a video game released for Game Boy and Super NES by Elite Systems. It was titled The Adventures of Dr. Franken for the SNES in the United States.

The game features Franky, a Frankenstein Monster on a mission to collect the scattered body parts of his girlfriend.

A prototype NES version was developed around the same time, but never officially released.

Game Boy EditionEdit

The Game Boy release of the game uses a password-based saving system to save the player's progress, as the cartridges at the time were not able to save data after the system was shut off. The game's background music is the Moonlight Sonata, and the game consisted of seven floors where various items and parts of Bitsy (Franky's girlfriend) were hidden. Keys and special items were needed to access additional areas to find more body parts and equipment required to resurrect Bitsy.

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fa:دکتر فرانکن pt:The Adventures of Dr. Franken