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Adventure - Point 'n Click

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Oct 26, 2006 | 2:05 PM EDT

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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 4.5 / 5 stars

This is good!

Almost Exmorts quality. Its amazing how a game can be so creepy. While allowing you to go outside whenever you want. I hope to see something similar in the near future. But a bit bigger and slightly more things that can jump out at you.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

One of my fav simple yet fun!

A Good fifthteen min break time killer. Could have gone longer, but hey did the job! (hoping nothing popped out LoL!)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Decent Effort

The game was pretty simple and short, and didn't require a large use of logic - rather the focus was on clicking on the right spot on the screen to get the proper items. The ending was predictable. The elements of the game were too closely ripped off of Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem for GC. As I was playing I kept saying, "Oh, just like in Eternal Darkness." I enjoyed the photography and the sepia tones, as well as the ambiance. The interface was intuitive so you get points there.

Asvegren responds:

Glad you caught the ED references. Among the best games ever imho.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice art style, fun game

game was too short and no really challenging puzzles but to answer some questions,
Aeternum Vale roughly translates to "Eternal Bid Farewell", which proves the houses owner was planning to kill the real estate agent, explaining the ending.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I felt nervous the whole time and the end freaked me out. The words on the paper what do they mean?