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Friday, September 28, 2012

The 7th guest Review

The 7th gues is a classic PC CD-ROM game that was ahead of it's time. It set the standard for the interactive game industry. Straight from the source," What's cool about it:

    Winner of multiple gaming awards including “New Media Invision Awards - Award of Excellence 1994” and “ Computer Game Review - Golden Triad Award 1994”.
    Ghastly surprises, bizarre puzzles, a chilling story, and a fantastic musical score.
    One of the first computer video games released only on CD-ROM, that set "the new standard in interactive entertainment" - Bill Gates.


Henry Stauf was a master toymaker and his eerie mansion was the greatest of his creations. It stands empty, abandoned years ago, rotting ever since the children started dying, ever since the six guests were here. Now, you are in the house, moving from one room to another, trying to remember and trying to forget. The mansion of horror comes to life again and only you can end the nightmare and learn the secret of the 7th guest.

The 7th Guest is a horror adventure described as “the first Interactive Drama”, with plentiful pre-rendered 3D graphics, live action video clips, and an original, orchestrated musical score. Even though it was one of the first games on a CD, it broke the record of 2 million copies sold in 1993, and was considered an epoch-making achievement of the gaming industry. To this day the FMV sequences and 3D graphics look amazing, the atmosphere (orchestrated music!) is dense, the puzzles remain difficult and the experience as a whole is completely horrifying. Discover for yourself why this game caused CD-ROM drives’ sales to grow by 300%, unless you’re afraid to find out who the 7th guest really is.

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