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Adventure - Point 'n Click

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Oct 26, 2006 | 2:05 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Pull down your blinds. Turn off the lights. Close your music.

Your name is Emily Mason. You are a real estate agent sent out to check a house. What started off as a routine investigation, quickly turned into something morbid...

This game is hard. Don't expect to complete it in 5 minutes. Take your time, look around and read the item descriptions. If you are stuck, here are some hints:
* Keys do not show up in your inventory, but work nonetheless.
* Rooms don't stay the same, so if you're stuck it might help to go back to old places.
Still have problems? There is a detailed walkthrough on:

Happy Halloween from Alexander Asvegren and Patricia Knudsen!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

lol, sounds from the hell


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I liked it!!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Just in time for Halloween! I was truly impressed by this, seeing as how everyone's done with real photographs. If not, then they're pretty dang realistic! I just appreciated how quiet everything was. It really set up the atmosphere. Most people should be able to do this, but I'll mention it anyway.

The master key found in the glove compartment opens the door. The scariest part was probably when the dead body was shown. Yeah, our protagonist definitley saw that. I had a great Halloween this year and I hope you did too! The dripping sounds are great too.

Asvegren responds:

thanks for the kudos, and yes, i had a good halloween!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This certainly was interesting and kept my attention, however the story is a bit lacking. I wish it had more things that could have pertained to the story, like a book that showed devil worship or some evidence showing fowl play. Just, something. Oh, also the narrator's voice is just lovely.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

The game wasn't bad, far from it but it was to much of a cliché, the story wasn't really anything new (but it might have when it was done, just looked and saw that it won a prize in '06) and I already knew whom the victim was around the time I reaches the bedroom. I'd really loved some kind of story twisting of some kind.

It was pretty easy which is a plus as I'm kind of dumb when it comes to these kind of games but as I didn't read the Author comment I was a bit stuck with the keys (and the key holes, remember to click in the key holes).

Not really my cup of tea and I wasn't scared but I didn't feel like I wasted any time so it's worth playing.