The 7th Guest

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Region restrictions

Activates within United States
This game has world-wide activation. No known region restrictions in effect.

Description

Requirements

Mac Reqs Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.6.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAMAny
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny
Important Notes:
  • Optional Steam Key provided with purchase. Not required.

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  1. Prehistoric

    I can't believe this game was, at this time, "state-of-the-art". I bought it in its PC version: it came in a luxury box and its price was about 30% higher than a normal game. It's release was preceded by an unusual hype ("This game starts a new era" an so…). Well, nothig of that remains. It consists of a series of "board puzzles" scattered into the rooms of a cursed victorian mansion. The puzzles are few, many of them are based on a trial and error scheme of resolution and there is even a classic! (That of the eight queens of chess not killing one another, which leads to the copyright paradox). There is a story you have to unfold and, when you resolve a puzzle, a new event in the story ttriggers and a new room is unlocked. Problem? The game was created more than 20 years ago, when 3D graphics were something new. Now, those graphics look extremely simple: bad rendered environments in low resolution covering just a portion of your screen. Another improvement at the time was the inclusion of video footage merged with the 3D graphics. The result is the same: flashy, blurry pixels in very low resolution popping out through a small window. Besides, acting is exaggerated, turning a supposedly horror story into a comedy one. There are more flaws, like the negligent timing of the animations, and others... If Trylobyte would have done the same as the people in Cyan, updating its great Myst work to the modern times, it would have be different. Buy it only if you are an archeology collector (perhaps I am).

    by Hermit64, Spain - Mar 19th 2015
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