Abandonware DOS title

Suspect

Suspect is an abandoned adventure game designed by Dave Lebling, developed by Infocom and released by Infocom in 1984. Suspect runs on DOS. Download the game here.

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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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