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Suspect is an abandoned DOS adventure game, developed by Infocom, designed by Dave Lebling and published by Infocom in 1984. It's available for download.
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Collector's corner:

The Suspect feelies were:

  • The satirical book Murder and Modern Manners: A Practical Guide to Murder Manners
  • A business card from William Cochrane for King's Point Realty (written on the back: "Veronica— Please call me ASAP. Don't do something you'll regret. Bill")
  • A receipt from "Costumes Unlimited" for the rental of one cowboy costume with lariat and gunbelt
  • An invitation to the Halloween Ball thrown at Ashcroft Manor (written inside: "Dearest... It has been too long since we last talked. Please do try to come to the party. There are so many things I have to tell you. Until then, Veronica")
  • A note from the editor of The Washington Representative asking the player's character to cover the ball for the newspaper
  • A page from The Maryland Countryside magazine, featuring an article about developers encroaching on the "Hunt Club" countryside and a society column piece about the upcoming Halloween Ball

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