The 7th Guest
The 7th Guest, produced by Trilobyte and originally released by Virgin Games in 1993, is an interactive movie puzzle adventure game. It was one of the first computer video games to be released only on CD-ROM. The 7th Guest is a horror story told from the unfolding perspective of the player, as an amnesiac.
Complete copy of 7th Guest, Both discs in the original disc tri-fold case, case is a bit worn but the art is still in great shape. The discs are like new, no scratches. When shipped the game will be carefully packaged to ensure the safety of the discs and the original case.
Near the Hudson River lies the village of Harley. Somewhere in this village, Henry A. Stauf, a famous toy maker, built his mysterious mansion. Stauf has invited six guests to his newly completed mansion, but they soon discover themselves locked inside. Now they have to find a way out, but all they find are puzzles in every room. Only one person can solve these puzzles and find a way out.
7th Guest: Teen 13 , Realistic Violence. System requirements: MPC level 1 compatible machine with: 386DX-25 MHz processor minimum, 2 megs of RAM, 16-bit SVGA video card with at least 512k of memory, CD-ROM drive with minimum of 150k/sec. transfer rate, sound card with FM and PCM sound, Microsoft-compatible mouse, hard drive with 10 megs of free space, MSCDEX version 2.