After a horrific car crash your character ends up in an asylum. You must find out how you came to be there and recover your identity.

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Frank Schurter ...
Max / Grimwall / Oliver Tweed / Pret-zool / Tepictoc (voice)
Stephen Bennett ...
Dennis O'Toole / Simple Simon / Gravin / Chik-tok / Xilonen (voice)
Brad Broman ...
Timothy O'Toole (voice)
Amanda Crocker ...
Jessie Hatcher / Sarah Laughton (voice)
Paul Crocker ...
Lumpy Driscoll / Marcus Williams / Young Max (voice)
Kevin Delaney ...
Scotty Havel / Hector Vasquez / Frank Rizzo / Ometoch / Priest / Newscaster (voice)
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Dr. Jacob Morgan / Lenny Frumpkin / Preacher Bob / Skippy Peterson / Antonio Baldini / Timber / Gromma / Grundle / Malus Ionesis (voice) (as David Fielding)
Bob Hartley ...
Stan Drumbowski / Wilbur Smith / Zippy / Collin O'Leary / Centeotl (voice)
Mary Hartley ...
Martha O'Leary / Gritza / Ehecatl / Cyclopean Newscaster (voice)
Amy Hartman ...
Angelic Statue / Maria Santiago / Mother / Crystal DiAngelo / Trixie / Ashley Olsen / Grella / Body Bag Woman / Ometolt / Computer (voice)
Greg Longenhagen ...
Stutterin' Don / Billy Hatcher (voice)
John McGirk ...
Yo Yo (voice)
Danielle McLaughlin ...
Meggan Johns (voice)
Zachary McLaughlin ...
Derek Williams / Sean O'Leary (voice)
James C. McMenamy ...
Flipper / Witch Doctor (voice)
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After a horrific car crash your character ends up in an asylum. You must find out how you came to be there and recover your identity.

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1998 (USA)  »

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Dr. Jacob Morgan: You've always been your own worst enemy.
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Bizarre, atmospheric, eerie.
15 May 2006 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Many times, you can hear yourself saying about a game "this is one of the very best games I've ever played". Yet then you remember fifteen or thirty-so other games that you maybe liked a bit more. And so the saying means nothing.

Sanitarium is, if not THE greatest game I've played, on my definite Top10 list - together with Half-Life 2, Grim Fandango, Starcraft, Mafia, Monkey Island, Icewind Dale and other (you get the point of what I like; it's very mixed).

The game has an original concept, one where you play a doctor getting afflicted by amnesia after a car accident. Flashbacks from his past life are an important event in this adventure where the 'point-and-click' feature is extremely very well baked into the story.

The down-tuned (and excellent) actors' voices make the mood very unnerving and bizarre. The graphics might be a bit old on today's screens, but back in the 1998 it was an extremely detailed and beautiful game indeed.

Very, very well worth a few minutes of detective work to find it on the net.


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