The 11th Hour
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IN THE 70 DESOLATE YEARS since the horrifying murders chronicled in The 7th Guest, the town of Harley has been ominously silent.
Only when journalist Robin Morales vanishes while investigating the rotting abandoned mansion of the legendary toy maker Henry Stauf, do events resurrect a malignant past.
AS ROBIN'S COLLEAGUE and lover, Carl Denning, you come to the ravaged estate to find her. What you uncover in its decaying chambers embroils the entire town in a deadly legacy of madness.
WEAVING A FEATURE-LENGTH, powerfully graphic video through The 11th Hour: The Sequel to The 7th Guest, the renowned developers at Trilobyte have created the most cinematic challenge to date. A wide array of games, puzzles and quests cleverly underscores the time-bending, contemporary adult mystery. only the deepest horrors of the mind could spread such terror in the night.
Fully Explore over twenty-two beautifully-rendered rooms with faster, smoother 3-D graphics than ever before.
Participate in a suspenseful interactive drama directed by David Wheeler, written by The 7th Guest author, Matthew Costello, featuring first-rate actors and a new musical score by The Fat Man.
Solve three CD's worth of diverse and perilous challenges.
Get on-screen hints instantly with the GameBook, No backtracking necessary.
Watch high quality, full motion video without any additional hardware required.
EVERY MOMENT is riddled with intrigue. Three mysterious women are your only guides. Will you find Robin and unearth Stauf's fate at last? Or seal your own forever? It all must come together at The 11th Hour.
Impressive 20 years ago, now obviously shows its agemahon | May 25, 2015 | See all mahon's reviews »
I still remember how impressive and thrilling this game was back in the days when it was new. Now it's more of a sentimental trip to the past, a memory of what games were like in mid-90s. The visuals and audio don't impress half as much as they used to, and the gameplay is pretty dated for anybody who doesn't have a soft spot for older games. So if you are not a completist or a sentimental kind of person, better spend the money on something else. But if you want to use this game as a time machine, to move you like 20 years back, it's a pretty decent choice, especially if you playd the game back then and still want to have it in your collection.