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  • Summary: 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 legendary toy maker Henry Stauf, do events resurrect the malignantIN 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 legendary toy maker Henry Stauf, do events resurrect the 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.

    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.
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  1. Aug 22, 2015
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    I have a hard time calling this game. It's more like a collection if mini-games and puzzles, with cheezy FMV cut scenes in between. Don't getI have a hard time calling this game. It's more like a collection if mini-games and puzzles, with cheezy FMV cut scenes in between. Don't get me wrong, I thought it was charming.

    The haunted house setting was pretty cool, and the ability to wander around and a sense of exploration. Clearly the game succeeded in making a creepy atmosphere in a creepy setting, and that creepiness just gets stronger as the game progresses.

    The puzzles and minigames are fun and highly replayable. However, most of the riddles were pretty tough and nearly impossible, but there is a hint system that helped. Ultimately it does leave you feeling like a dumbass. So, hit and miss on the gameplay.

    There isn't really a story, more like a collection of FMV sequences from a VERY low budget horror movie. Acting and writing on par with a low budget porno (there's no porn, but that's what the FMV scene look like.)

    Overall:
    This game is cheezy and deliberately B-rate, that it has that "crappy movie" charm to it. You know it's bad, but enjoyable kind of bad.
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