Smalltime nightclub entertainer Eric Fox is a telepath hired by odd Laina Pozok to find out if one of her weird relatives had killed her father. Eric uncovers a bizarre conspiracy centered around a missing collection of mystical objects.





Cast overview, first billed only:
Laina Pozok (as Beata Pozniak)
Lexi Golitsyn / Max Mirage
Sharon Lockwood ...
Madam Tikunov
Luis Oropeza ...
Eric Beavers ...
Sergei Nosenko
Vladimir Pozok
Steven A. Jones ...
William Hall ...
Chad Bitalski
Allison Chase ...
Jeanine the Miragequester
Matt Mengarelli ...
Officer Griggs
Tony Haney ...
Officer O'Brien


Eric Fox, a sleazebag nightclub performer, has the ability to psychically "hitch hike" in other people's minds. One night he meets Laina, a beautiful Eastern European who trains him to use his ability, in return for him investigating the mysterious suicide of her father. One of the first interactive movies, the player sees everything through Eric's eyes, and can jump at will into the minds of others. Although an average game takes 45 minutes, there is at least three hours worth of scenes that can be played out. Written by Anon.

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Some of the FMV footage from the game was put together and made into a short film at a film festival in the mid-90s. See more »

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Lots of Replay Value
30 July 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game isn't a kiddie game, it is a game in which EVERYTHING is FMV (Recorded via a Camera) The game has magnificent Replay Value, because you "Hop" into other people's heads and see the world through their eyes, and their are plenty of people to "Hop" into. You will almost ALWAYS see something new.

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