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7th Guest - PC

Platform : Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows 95
Rated: Teen
38 customer reviews

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  • full-motion video and dialogue, 22 stunningly rendered 3-D rooms, 2 CDs of extensive gameplay with an original musical score.
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7th Guest [CD-ROM] [Windows NT | Windows 98 | Windows 2000 | Windows 95]

Near the Hudson River lies the village of Harley. Somewhere in this village, Henry A. Stauf, a famous toy maker, built his mysterious mansion. Stauf has invited six guests to his newly completed mansion, but they soon discover themselves locked inside. Now they have to find a way out, but all they find are puzzles in every room. Only one person can solve these puzzles and find a way out. That person is you, the 7th Guest....

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  • ASIN: B00004T00A
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,143 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Charles E. Calvert on May 26, 2000
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Trapped in the haunted mansion of the mad toymaker, Stauf, with no memory of your past, you must seek out your past ... your purpose ... the fate of the six murdered guests, long ago ... and the seventh guest. To begin with, this is *not* an action title. With this game, you can give your flying fingers a rest. Everything's connected with puzzles, and there are no time limits (though you may wish there were when you hit your twentieth dead end in the Maze and hear Stauf say, "Feeling ... lonely ... ?" again ... ). Puzzles, puzzles, puzzles. A profusion and plethora of puzzles in prodigious plentitude. Switch puzzles, slider puzzles, card and coin puzzles ... even the old game of Jump-Away. (Played with knives on a pentagram, mind you ... )And with each puzzle solved (the game can even solve them for you) you learn a little more about what happened on that long-ago night. The puzzles range from, "Okay, this is tricky", to "HELP! ". But with all the walkthroughs out here on the 'Net, plus the hint book in the library, you'll muddle through eventually. Graphics: This game is beautiful. The knives, the cards, the house itself ... everything is in fully-rendered 3-D, with remarkable shading and texture. Mind you, this takes some computer time ... the Minimum Requirements list a Pentium 133MHz. My P100 made it, but the MIDI tended to stall sometimes. Sound: Speaking of MIDI, this game is loaded with it. Eerie, haunting refrains accompany most of your actions, while screams, moans, and eerie footsteps whisper in your ears. I've worked in a professional haunted house ... these guys are GOOD. That said, the voice acting is a hash.Read more ›
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Murray on August 1, 2000
When The 7th Guest was first released in 1993, it was pretty much just a CD-ROM showcase: "Look what I can do." Further technological advancements, though, haven't proven kind to The 7th Guest, but the game remains as good now as it ever was. It's mostly an series of puzzles and brain teasers with only the barest thread of a story (and not always a clear, sensible one, at that) to connect them. Some of the puzzles, however, are pretty good, and the game has a wonderful, creepy style that infects every puzzle with an energy that definitely sets The 7th Guest apart from most other puzzle games. If you know what you're getting yourself into, there's no reason you can't enjoy The 7th Guest today.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Genesis Whitmore on May 25, 2000
I really liked this game, it had just the right mixture of subtle creepiness and intrigue to keep me interested. As it's an older game the graphics might not look impressive by today's standards, but the store more than makes up for it.
The premise is that Stauf, a former criminal turned rich toymaker has invited people to his mansion and offered whomever can solve his puzzles whatever they desire. It's hinted to you that none of the guests were ever seen from again so not only do you have the mystery of the mansion itself to solve but you also have the mystery of finding out what happened to everybody to figure out as well.
The interface is clean and easy to use. You wander around in a very Myst-like first person perspective and your cursor changes whenever you wave it over something you can look closer at, a movie you can watch, or a puzzle to solve... it's nice to have this little detail instead of clicking madly on the screen trying to find the 'magic pixel' that will take you further into the game.
The music by The Fat Man is also very well done (In fact you can buy the soundtrack right here on Amazon!)and adds a lot to the game. Overall it has just the right mixture of intrigue as you watch Stauf set the guests against each other and play his little psychological games, and puzzles as you progress your way deeper and deeper into the mansion.
For the price, you get a lot. And its worth it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Draconis Blackthorne on June 9, 2005
"Old man Stauf built a house

And filled it with his toys

Six guests all came one night

Their screams the only noise...

No one knows what happened next

There's no one left to say

But if you should see Old Man Stauf

Get on your knees & pray..."

You have been sent an invitation to attend an event by Mr. Stauf, world-renowned toymaker.

There are many legends surrounding this enigmatic man - he has quite an infamous reputation. Are they truths or lies? That is for you to decide. Either way, mystery surrounds him, just the way he likes it. Rumour has it he's a Warlock in league with The Devil...

Dare you go through the Gates of his ominous mansion?

You are set free to peruse the many darkened rooms & hallways. Each contains a different puzzle to solve, a different riddle to decipher. Eventually, you will find who this "madman" really is.....are you prepared?

Overall, this game is multi - stimulating. Aesthetically, it is just beautiful - splenderous - gloriously gloomy. The digital artwork is visually stunning, & very detailed. The artistry of it all draws you into the scenery, with third-dimensional effects - so much so, you could get lost within those lambent corridors for hours.

The puzzles are a bit trying at first, especially because you even have to figure out how they particularly work - but after that, it's one brainblending / gratifying riddle after another.

The music therein provides for a thickly eerie atmosphere that makes one want to jump right into the screen.
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