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Delphine Software International
As British super-agent James Bond (or John Glames in the European version), just back from holiday in Kuwait, you will find yourself plunged headlong into the world of international espionage, sent across the globe in an attempt to find the missing super-secret Stealth Bomber.
You’re one of the Dalmatian puppies being held prisoner by Cruella De Vil in her creepy old mansion.
Lily has never been quite like other people.
Since she was a child, her wild imagination and strong memory have given her the talent to create her own home.
Kurt, a German soldier, is a father who is only on the front lines after signing up to look for his son, who is missing in action.
Louis Everett is leading a quiet life and minding his own business as the most average middle-class citizen with his beautiful but rather nosy wife in peaceful Jalonsville, New Jersey.
Louis has arrived in New York in a rather mysterious way.
Louis is back in Jalonsville by means of an enigmatic passageway.
The mystery thickens as our hero begins to stagger into madness.
In the 70 desolate years since the horrifying murders chronicled in The 7th Guest, the town of Harley has been ominously silent.
13:Origin is a web of clues that you must follow and not miss, as in most room escape/puzzle games.
Attic Door Productions
A decade after Tad managed to escape the mansion, he is still haunted by the souls, dolls, and Stauf's victims he left behind.
House of Tales
Two weeks ago, political activists and talented art thieves Cathryn, Mike, and Bernard broke into a special exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa.
Eight diamonds have been stolen from the Kimberly Diamond Mining Exhibit! An urgent telegram is sent requesting your help – how can you refuse? Besides, you’ve been dying to see what has been called the wonder of the age – Chicago’s Columbian Exposition.