Asleep For A Hundred Years..... It Has Now Awakened.
After a twelve-year absence, a self-imposed exile, British nobleman Samuel Gordon returns to his ancestral home of Black Mirror Castle to attend the funeral of his grandfather, William, who died in mysterious circumstances. Samuel doesn't believe that William's death was accidental or a suicide, so he aims to find out just what happened. Why was William strangely preoccupied, even obsessive, in the months leading up to his fall from the tower and his gruesome impalement on the railings below?
Samuel himself is troubled by headaches and, increasingly, by nightmares that warn of further violent deaths. Has the curse of the Gordons' that haunted the family's past, and seems as deep-rooted as the Castle's foundations, returned to exact its malevolent revenge? Samuel only knows that he must continue William's investigations into the family's dark past if he is to understand why William died. Samuel reads William?s private diary and quickly discovers that there have been a number of mysterious deaths. As he gets closer to these crimes, he realizes that he is very much at the center of the mystery. Samuel must do all he can to solve the mystery and keep himself alive.
*A rich and interesting storyline to capture the imagination
*Third-person graphical adventure
*Six comprehensive chapters
*Features 23 individual characters
*More than 100 different locations, including a medieval underground temple, a mental hospital and a cemetery.
*Atmospheric effects such as rain, fog and storms
*Hundreds of realistic animations
*Many logical, inventory, environmental and tactile puzzles.
*Pentium III 400 MHz (Or Equivalent)
*64 MB RAM
*8MB DirectX 7.1 Compatible Video Card
I played this game once - it is in excellent like
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