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Point and click adventure about a phlegmatic small town horror novelist Mike Dawson who learns that his mind has been impregnated with the embryo of a monstrous alien invader from an evil alien parallel dimension.
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Mike Dawson ... Mike Dawson (voice)
John Krause ... Delbert / Postman (voice)
Paul Drzeweicki ... Policeman (voice)
Heidi Marendi ... Librarian (voice)
Jim Murdoch ... Shower Scene (voice)
David A. Bean ... (voice)
Lennard Feddersen ... (voice)
Kitty Gunn ... (voice)
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Gabriella Straus ... (voice)
Eric Allen ... (voice)
Gary Gillett ... (voice)
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Writer Mike Dawson has recently purchased an old victorian house located in a strangely quiet small town, but his seclusion is disturbed by a re-occuring nightmare of aliens boring holes into his brain. His nightmares turn into a horrifying reality when a deliveryman delivers the missing piece to the broken living room mirror, opening a portal into a macabre alternate dimension. Written by Anonymous

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Giger goes Adventure Gaming
14 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Dark Seed is a classic point-and-click adventure game which capitalizes on the drawings of famous horror designer H. R. Giger as a source of background artwork and inspiration. The adventure genre was perfect for his brooding, dark artwork, and with all kinds of new genres and styles of games emerging in the years since Dark Seed, you'd think somebody could find room somewhere for one of the 20th centuries most iconic and influential popular artists.


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