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A young man named Eddie has been locked in the basement of his apartment complex. Living there are a grumpy handyman, a young female reporter, two young women living as roommates, an ex-con, a mob boss, and the members of a rock band, each group or person with their own story. The whole place is booby-trapped, and Eddie gives you the controls to the traps. However, all is not as it seems, and freeing Eddie will only kick-start a deadly mystery surrounding a mysterious statue in the building, and the rumor of a treasure contained within. Can you manage the trap controls and save the day? Written by Anonymous

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There's a killer in the building.


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Guilty pleasure
19 April 2007 | by (Pittsburgh, PA) – See all my reviews

Ah, "Double Switch". I've wasted so much time on this game (SegaCD version). Sure the video quality wasn't great and some of the acting was bad, but that's the case with almost ALL 'full motion video' games.

It was just fun to see Deborah Harry, Corey Haim, and R. Lee Ermey (before I knew who he was) in these roles. The plot was simplistic and almost always a stretch, but this was the new revolutionary technology of its day. The graphics were awesome compared to "Dragon's Lair" (Arcade), "Super Mario World" (SNES), and "Tempest 2000" (Jaguar).

The company that pioneered these "U-Direct Movies", Digital Pictures, made some of the most memorable fan controlled entertainment available in its day. Digital Pictures, I miss you.

Fun? Yes. Quality? No. Perfect? Absolutely not. Memorable? You better believe it.


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