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MysteryDisc: Murder, Anyone? (1982)

LaserDisc FMV game similar to Clue in the form of an interactive movie in which the players choose which chapters of the story they want to follow to solve the murder of a rich man and get one of 16 possible endings.

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Jessica Reardon
George Ede ...
Dr. Theodore Morfield
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Helena Crane
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Stewart Cavanaugh
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Austin Buhler
John Heffernan ...
Thomas Pembroke
Clare Peck ...
Elisa Reardon
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Tom Reardon
Rex Robbins ...
Derrick Reardon
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Maxine Blair
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Cecily 'Sissy' Loper
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Wealthy Derrick Reardon is murdered in his opulent Long Island mansion. There are many suspects at large on the estate. With the help of Detective Stew Cavanaugh, the viewers learn the names and traits of the suspects and, bit-by-bit must discover the murderer, the motive, and the method. 16 different plot twists and outcomes are possible. Written by Anonymous

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The First LaserDisc Mystery Game


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Lea Thompson's TV debut. See more »

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Followed by MysteryDisc: Many Roads to Murder (1983) See more »

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Doesn't really work, but an interesting idea
6 March 2008 | by (Staffs, England) – See all my reviews

You watch a video with one of two audio tracks then have to look through clues and stuff. I played this once with my family a couple of years back when I managed to get hold of it, none of us had any idea who did the murder or what had happened and eventually had to let the game tell us, and we were still baffled.

This is similar to the much more well known Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective games made for the CD-Based consoles.

Interesting for a young Lea Thompson in a small role.

If you want to play the game it's not really searching out for the reasons I've already mentioned.

I do think you can have said all you have to say about a film before you reach ten lines a lot of the time, especially this one which is less than a half hour long.


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