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Faust: The Seven Games of the Soul

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Enter Dreamland… a deserted theme park on the threshold between heaven and hell, and home to the souls of seven sinners. Midnight… a strange visitor appears… It is Mephisto, the devil himself – an aristocratic demon, supreme manipulator and tempter, who has come to bargain for the seven souls. Play the role of Marcellus Faust, a wise old man from Mississippi, and the last keeper of the abandoned park. Cross the frontiers of time and discover the dark secrets of the park’s unusual inhabitants, as you discover the seven mysteries which haunt these walls. Flirt with disaster, avoiding tricks, traps and illusions set to plummet you straight to hell. Challenge Mephisto for control of the ultimate prize… your soul.

Released in North America as simply Seven Games of the Soul.

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Posted by thorn969 on Apr 6, 2017

An interesting adventure game


I'd say it is worth exploring if you can find it somewhere. An interesting experience and rather unique. Not quite horror, but something close....

Posted by Kelop on Jun 1, 2014

Excellent!


I have first played this game when I was around fifteen years old. My brother played it too. We recommended it to our cousin and he liked it a lot too. It actually prompted him to read the Faust influenced "The Master and Margarita". This game has it all....

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Game Information

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

Product Details


System Requirements
Windows 95/98
Pentium 200 MHz MMX processor
32 MB RAM
2 MB VRAM
16-bit color video card
12x CD-ROM

Faust: The Seven Games of the Soul by Arxel Tribe - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Faust: The Seven Games of the Soul is an adventure game, released in 2000 by Arxel Tribe. Faust: The Seven Games of the Soul has a Stylized art style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Faust: The Seven Games of the Soul and rate it as Very good, meanwhile the community rating for Faust: The Seven Games of the Soul is Very good.
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