To uncover the secrets of his dead father's haunted mansion in order to find portals to other dimension like hell and heaven and stop a demon from taking over the world, Adam Randall has to solve puzzles and kill monsters. Or does he?



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Cast overview, first billed only:
David Tuomi ...
Adam Randall
Emma Powell ...
Rebecca J. Trevisard
David Learner ...
Marc Finn ...
Claude Florentine
Dave Roberts ...
Aelf / Raphael
Mark Byron ...
Gerry Hinks ...
Charles Randall
Kim Durham ...
Roger Franke ...
Mark Bedford ...
Undead 1
Terry Malone ...
Undead 2
Chris Briggs ...
Undead 3
Lee Bedford ...
Undead 4
Neil South ...
Undead 5
Keith Dando ...
Taxi Driver / Doctor


Adam Randall's father may be dead, but his soul is trapped in this mysterious, spooky old mansion. The mansion is full of scary monsters and a mysterious evil entity. Plenty of interesting puzzles abound. You play as Adam. You must save your father's soul, and as it turns out, the world from evil. Written by Julie <>

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1997 (USA)  »

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Adam Randall: [exploring human skeleton] Bone. Looks human.
Rebecca J. Trevisard: [dryly] It is.
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Like Playing a Good Stephen King Novel
28 August 1999 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game is one of the best horror/shooter games I've ever played. The plot is a little choppy, but the game never fails to send you plenty of chills and excitement. Many people shelved the game when they found that there are no cheat codes for it and very little health potions and ammo to be found. But actually, after you've gone through the game once, you are more familiar with the monsters and different rooms, so you can easily get by the second time around. The puzzles are great, not too hard, not too easy. There are tons of different monsters so you never get bored. And there are plenty of gaming areas. You really feel like you're in a good Stephen King novel as you play. It's nice and creepy. Pick this game up cheap and have some fun.

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