It has been 62 years ever since the murders of the six guests in Henry Stauf's abandoned mansion of puzzles. The year is 1995, and you are reporter Carl Denning, for a TV forensic program, "Case Unsolved." Your producer, Robin Morales, has mysteriously disappeared while investigating Stauf's mansion. A laptop called the GameBook has been delivered to you from an unknown source, and you drive over to Stauf's mansion to rescue her. You're the only one who can save her. But in order to save her, you need to figure out all of Stauf's brainteaser puzzles and mostly anagram riddles.
Did You Know?
An R-rated version of this game, with sex scenes and additional violence, was planned and the script for this version was printed in the official hint manual for the game. According to the game's producers, however, this R-rated version was never filmed. See more
[about Carl Denning, who is a TV reporter
I can see why you'd make a good anchor. All that dead weight between your ears!
A DirectX-compatible upgrade was released in 1999 and is available for free on the company's website (www.tbyte.com). It replaces the original executable (EXE) file with a newer version that makes the game playable on Windows 95 and windows 98 systems. See more
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