Abandonware DOS title

The 7th Guest

The 7th Guest is adventure game designed by Graeme J. Devine, Rob Landeros, developed by Trilobyte and released by Virgin Interactive in 1993. The 7th Guest runs on Windows XP/98/95. The 7th Guest is part of the The 7th Guest game series.
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The 7th Guest review

Electronic Games (1994): "The graphics and music remain the strong points of the game. There are additional Full-Motion Video sequences, too. The new basement FMV has the Ego propelled through a non-interactive segment replete with wall-hanging skeletons, and blood-coated steel spikes (similar to those in the Grate Puzzle) that thrust and recede in an attempt to skewer the PC.
One complaint, however: some of the rooms, particularly the kitchen, seemed too clean and brightly lit. The music, once again by Fat Man and Team Fat, is a cinematic delight. The Philips release also includes an audio CD.
While The 7th Guest doesn't permit interactivity, except through the puzzles, this title is a state-of-the-art performer and belongs in every CD-i library."

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