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(1995 Video Game)

Trivia

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Australia's Office of Film and Literature Classification banned the game, due to scenes depicting sexual violence.
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Props were made by local artisans.
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Victoria Morsell's street clothes that she wore to the set to the first day of filming were deemed more appropriate for her character than the outfit that was planned, so she wore that outfit for the entire 15 weeks of filming. By the end of shooting, the jeans were held together with duct tape and patches.
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The letter in Malcolm's mailbox is from "R. Williams", referring to the game's writer/producer Roberta Williams.
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When Adrienne walks down a road in the town area, in one of the shots you can see game designer Roberta Williams making a cameo appearance as another town person walking in the opposite direction.
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This game remains to date the best selling title developed by Sierra interactive studios.
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The icon interface is similar to King's Quest VII: The Princeless Bride (1994), significantly different from most other Sierra games: instead of the multiple command icons (Walk, Look, Take/Use and Talk), there is only one all-purpose cursor in shape of a hand mirror, which becomes red when the player passes it over an item/character which can be interacted with, or turns into an arrow pointing a direction to which the player can walk.
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According to the game designer Roberta Williams, the game is inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King.
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The BMW 325i used in the game as Don and Adrienne's ride was Bill Crow's personal car.
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The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

According to the manual of "Roberta Williams Anthology", a lot of letters asked Roberta if there's any way to save Don. Her answer: "I'm sorry, but that's part of the horror".
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