Abandonware DOS title

Voyeur

Voyeur is an abandoned adventure game designed by David Riordan, developed by Philips Interactive Media and released by Philips Interactive Media in 1993. Voyeur runs on Windows XP/98/95, Mac, DOS.
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Voyeur reviews

Video Games and Computer Entertainment (1994): "Voyeur may be the greatest full-motion mystery video game ever! Starring Robert Culp and Grace Zabriskie (Twin Peaks). A must-play for CD-i owners. Contains intense sex and violence and is not for kids. (Doesn't that make you want to play it more?!)."

Computer and Video Games (1995): "Ignore the laughable tame and pointless 'erotic' theme and what you have here is actually an OK investigative adventure. The real criticism is that picking up important evidence depends on being in the right place at the right time, something you can only work out through trial-and-error sessions, which makes concurrent games somewhat repetitive. Quite jolly, but not for serious adventure fans."

Additional info about Voyeur

Status: abandonware
Input: mouse
Distributed on: cd-rom
Abandonware DOS views: 467

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