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The Cameron Files: Pharaoh’s Curse

Cameron Files: Pharaoh’s Curse, The - Cover art

An ancient ritual awakens an evil Pharaoh long dead and entombed. You must piece together the clues to discover the real reason why the mummy is missing. Take on the role of Alan P. Cameron, Private Investigator, and investigate the kidnapping of one of the members of an archeological team, travel the Nile on a steamboat, explore the Cairo Museum of Antiquities, and meet a cast of interesting characters – to solve the mystery behind the empty tomb.

Known as Amenophis: Resurrection in Europe.

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Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective First-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Investigative, Solitary Exploration
Genre Mystery
Theme Supernatural
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media CD

Product Details


System Requirements
Windows 98/2000/ME/XP
Pentium II 233 MHz (Pentium III 500 MHz recommended)
64 MB RAM
DirectX compatible video card (16 MB recommended)
3D accelerator recommended
DirectX compatible sound card
16x CD-ROM drive

The Cameron Files: Pharaoh’s Curse by Galilea - A Point and Click Adventure Game

The Cameron Files: Pharaoh’s Curse is an adventure game, released in 2002 by Galilea. The Cameron Files: Pharaoh’s Curse has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of The Cameron Files: Pharaoh’s Curse and rate it as Good, meanwhile the community rating for The Cameron Files: Pharaoh’s Curse is Poor.