|Publisher(s)||Simon & Schuster Interactive|
|Genre(s)||Educational game, First Person Shooter|
I.M. Meen is an educational video game that runs on MS-DOS, designed to teach grammar to children, release in 1995. The game is made by the Russo-American Animation Magic, the same company that made the CD-i games Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon.
Ignatius Mortimer Meen, an evil librarian who despises children and learning, creates a magical book that sucks children inside when they read it. The book takes them to a massive labyrinth, where they are found by the guardians and locked into cells. Players play as two children named Scott and Katie who are trapped inside this labyrinth. Gnorris, a gnome that has betrayed I.M. Meen, helps the player escape, giving them a magic orb that allows them to contact him, telling them they must rescue all the other children.