The 11th Hour - DISK 1 (testing)

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The 11th Hour - DISK 1 (testing) Description

The 11th Hour is a 1995 puzzle computer game with a horror setting. It is the sequel to the 1993 game The 7th Guest. It was developed by Trilobyte and used a later version of the "Groovie" graphic engine than that used by The 7th Guest. Like its predecessor game, The 11th Hour features the music of George "The Fat Man" Sanger and Team Fat.

Overall, the game plays exactly like its predecessor with the same puzzle-based game play structure. However, it has more graphic scenes.
Plot Summery

The game takes place 60 years after the events of the first game. It is now 1995 and the player, as Carl Denning Jr., is an investigative reporter for the television series "Case Unsolved." Robin Morales, his producer and lover, has mysteriously vanished while gathering background information surrounding a series of grisly murders and disappearances in the otherwise quiet little town of Harley-on-the-Hudson. Denning's only solid lead is a portable computer called the Game Book which was delivered to him — postmarked Harley, NY. It may have been sent by Robin. Or perhaps it is the evil handiwork of Stauf himself, updating his craft to meet the

The 11th Hour was very late to market and failed to meet sales expectations upon its release. Also, at the time, Microsoft Windows had become the standard gaming platform for PCs; however, the first release of the game was made specifically for MS-DOS, resulting in many customers being unable to play it properly. Early into its development, a port to the 3DO was planned, but this was ultimately cancelled.

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