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Awarded several times “best CD game of the year”, The 7th Guest is an interactive movie puzzle adventure game that dips you into a terrifying adventure that takes place in the haunted mansion of the famous Henry Stauf! This man was an enigmatic drifter who made and sold his own original toys in town. This strange house, his greatest creation, had been abandoned since the night that changed everything : he invited 6 guests there and they never come back. The house is empty and abandoned now and some people say they can hear the terrible sing-song rhymes of children...
During that night, there must have been seven guests, but Henry Stauf set a trap to him. Now, you are in that haunted mansion and you have to explore it, reliving the events of that fatal night to recover the secret of the 7th Guest. To discover what happened, you need to gradually solve sinister enigmas. A lot of challenging puzzles to solve, a very immersive environment, The 7th Guest is definitely a must-have!
|OS:||Win 7, Vista and XP|
|Hard Drive:||868 Mb|
|Video Card:||3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7|
|Additional Info:||(compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)|
gift she loved it old school still trying to get full screen but it works fine.Published 1 month ago by Rodney Castro
Nostalgic, forgot how slow those old programs are. Wish someone would update this game.Published 1 month ago by Donna K. Conely
Saw previous reviews and thought this sounded like something I would like. There are no instructions so you don't even know how to start, and then when you finally get through all... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Delena Story
The graphics are dated, but the puzzles are confounding. To be honest, I had to use the web to cheat on more than half the puzzles. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jerry Brown
Works great on my Windows 7. My only complaint is that the original music score doesn't come with the download.Published 2 months ago by d.gordon