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The Watchmaker

Watchmaker, The - Cover art

Lawyer Victoria Conroy and Darrel Boone, an expert in paranormal phenomena, meet for the first time at a London law office. Five hours later, a taxi deposits Victoria and Darrel at the gates of a mysterious and imposing castle in present day Austria. Their assigned mission is to recover a device resembling a large pendulum. The device has been stolen by a fringe group of religious fanatics and is believed to be hidden in the castle. The pendulum’s ability to maximize the earth’s energy, coupled with a rapidly approaching solar eclipse, now poses a serious threat to human survival. Victoria and Darrel must find the pendulum and stop it before midnight to avoid a catastrophe of potentially global consequences.

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Adventure Games by Trecision

Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective Third-Person
Control Keyboard
Gameplay Quest
Genre Mystery
Theme Conspiracy, Supernatural
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation -
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media CD

Product Details

System Requirements
Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP
Pentium II 266 MMX (Pentium III recommended)
64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended)
3D graphic card with 8 MB VRAM (16 MB recommended)
8x CD-ROM (24x recommended)
150 MB free hard disk space (400 MB recommended)

The Watchmaker by Trecision - Adventure Game

The Watchmaker is an adventure game, released in 2001 by Trecision. The Watchmaker has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Keyboard control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of The Watchmaker and rate it as Decent, meanwhile the community rating for The Watchmaker is Decent.
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