A dark adventure game that takes place in England.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Daniels ...
Samuel Gordon (voice)
William Gordon (voice)
Wally Michaels ...
Butler Bates (voice)
Doctor Hermann (voice)
Ralph / Uncle Robert (voice)
Damon Redfern ...
Detective Collier (voice)
Countess Victoria (voice)
Jennifer Brass ...
Countess Eleanor (voice)
David Dunbar ...
Louis the Gardener (voice)
Sarah Evans ...
Nurse Marie (voice)
Harry the pub owner (voice)
David Webster ...
Tom (voice)
Mark (voice)
Gerry Mendicino ...
Fisherman / Vicar (voice)
Jason MacIsaac ...
Boilerman / Rowan (voice)


In this game you take on the role of the nobleman Samuel Gordon, who returns after 20 years to the manor called Black Mirror where he spent most of his life. He returns back to remember William Gordon who had meant much for him. Samuel is the only one who doesn't believe William's death was an accident. The Black Mirror adventure is very mysterious and is divided to six parts. Written by Shawn Watson

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The past is a diverted mirror of your soul.




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8 April 2004 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Black Mirror - Der dunkle Spiegel der Seele  »

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In the lobby of Black Manor, the portraits of Mordred and Marcus Gordon are placed in accordance to the medieval belief that the left side is evil and the right side is good. Mordred, the evil brother, is on the left or sinister side of the lobby, when viewed with your back to the front door. Marcus, the hero, is on the right or dexter side of the lobby. See more »


Detective Collier: Well, no man can choose his death...
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References Key Largo (1948) See more »

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Atmospheric, mildly interesting game ruined by terrible ending
19 October 2006 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

I'm not really all that interested in adventure games for the PC, to be honest. I was really into them on the Commodore 64 back in the 80s, which is weird considering how much more visual and dynamic they are these days. The Black Mirror does have some gorgeous graphics and an impressively Gothic atmosphere, but it's ruined by perpetual slowness and many, many scenes of long, long conversations.

Samuel Gordon (the most arrogant man in a video-game ever) is the wayward heir to the Gordon Manor (Black Mirror Castle) who returns to his rural England roots when his grandfather is killed in suspicious circumstances. It's up to you to guide him around the Manor and village, talking to people and investigating.

Typical 'adventure' gameplay mechanics are involved in progressing through the chapters. Which is fine, but when the game makes you wait for other characters to do stuff for you, boy does it make you WAIT. I've had the game running for over 6 hours while other characters waste you're time doing stuff for you (or not doing it rather). And there's nothing else for YOU do to when this is going on. It's infuriating.

The ending to the game is profoundly weak. A lame twist I should have seen coming is capped-off with dull, whogivesadamn cut-scene and then the end credits. When I play a game for so long I expect more than that! It also leaves many questions unanswered. Who EXACTLY killed William Gordon? Where did Uncle Robert really go? What's the deal with Samuel's long-dead lover? How did the Priest not find the secret crypt halfway through the game? Why is it set in 1981?

I was impressed with the game at first but in the last third it got pretty damn tiresome and the end is no real pay-off. For serious adventure gamers ONLY.

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