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 ...
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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Followed by Black Mirror 2 (2010) See more »

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A solid and thrilling adventure that could have been excellent but just isn't
8 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

From the start this adventure offers us a mystery that we want to solve! For a game that is made in 2003 it looks real good! Most of it looks realistic and authentic! Only the animations of the characters could have been done better! Because the main character is walking real stiff! (And yes,you can assume that he deserves it because Samuel Gordon acts like a real arrogant uppercase bastard sometimes) But I doubt it that they made the animation with that in mind! Solving problems and puzzles in "Black Mirror" can be rewarding and frustrating at the same time! Most of the puzzles are logical and certainly won't be a problem for the experienced adventure gamer! And some are illogical! You have to do certain things in order to advance without any connection to the event itself! So at first it seems that you have to wait a lot! But if you don't do anything and just wait it can take ages for something to happen! This means that you have to visit other places until you will trigger an event! All of this is nothing compared to the one puzzle that can make your head spin! And that is the "zodiac slider puzzle". This puzzle is random and changes every time you start it! (Sometimes in such a way that it is impossible to solve!) One of the most frustrating puzzles ever made in these type of games! The only motivation for me to solve this puzzle was that I was hoping for more than a decent conclusion to the mystery! Sadly I have to report that the climax will be very disappointing! You can see the big twist coming! Worse, this twist doesn't even bother to explain how it was possible only that it did! And the finale is very weak in contrast to the mystery that was introduced to us! Is it still worth your time! Well,yes! If you are prepared for the dull climax and ending and don't expect too much this adventure will be very enjoyable! This game does succeed in presenting an ambiance similar to classic horror stories! The atmosphere of this game is thrilling and chilling! "Black Mirror" is flawed but solid!

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