The 7th Guest
The 7th Guest
The 7th Guest
The 7th Guest
The 7th Guest
The 7th Guest

Game description

The 7th Guest

Awarded several times “best CD game of the year”, The 7th Guest is an interactive movie puzzle adventure game that dips you into a terrifying adventure that takes place in the haunted mansion of the famous Henry Stauf! This man was an enigmatic drifter who made and sold his own original toys in town. This strange house, his greatest creation, had been abandoned since the night that changed everything : he invited 6 guests there and they never come back. The house is empty and abandoned now and some people say they can hear the terrible sing-song rhymes of children...

During that night, there must have been seven guests, but Henry Stauf set a trap to him. Now, you are in that haunted mansion and you have to explore it, reliving the events of that fatal night to recover the secret of the 7th Guest. To discover what happened, you need to gradually solve sinister enigmas. A lot of challenging puzzles to solve, a very immersive environment, The 7th Guest is definitely a must-have!

> A classic puzzle adventure game!

> A new version, fully compatible with modern PCs

> Tons of bonuses such as the original soundtrack, walkthroughs and making-of !

> A frightened environment!

  • Processor: 1.4 GHz
  • Graphic card: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 9
  • RAM: 512 Mb
  • Download Size: 868 MB
  • Hard drive: 868 Mo
Mature (16+)

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CaptainJack
CaptainJack's picture
[02/21/2014 - 23:36]
Re: The 7th Guest

I have the original game on CD Rom, What do I need to make it work on Win 7?

Does anyopne have Clandestiny by Trilobyte?

Thanks

 

Greg

Mr SmeeHee
Mr SmeeHee's picture
[05/22/2013 - 05:33]
Re: The 7th Guest
5

Apparently you never needed to solve the microscope puzzle to finish the game. I kept trying, but had no luck. This was even with a Pentium 200. The blocks puzzle in the drawer was another annoying one, but even that one wasn't totally necessary for game completion.

 

Kassitey1
Kassitey1's picture
[04/24/2013 - 20:53]
Re: The 7th Guest

♥ it so glad I found this is compatible! I started the sequel and never finished it! Now I can relive and revel in one of the greatest PC games EVER!

Kassitey1
Kassitey1's picture
[04/24/2013 - 20:53]
Re: The 7th Guest

♥ it so glad I found this is compatible! I started the sequel and never finished it! Now I can relive and revel in one of the greatest PC games EVER!

ColdFusion89
ColdFusion89's picture
[06/06/2012 - 20:26]
Re: The 7th Guest

Unfortunately, this game is poorly configured by DotEmu.

The 7th Guest can play beautiful General MIDI music (see manual: "recommended hardware"), yet it is configured to play poor sounding FM music. To change this, you have to edit the file "C:\Program Files (x86)\DotEmu\The 7th Guest\The_7th_Guest.bat" with a text editor (such as Notepad). Change the content of this file to the following:

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cd "ScummVM" && start scummvm -p ..\data\ -q en -f -e windows T7G
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Instead of manually editing this file, you can also download this ZIP file containing the edited file:
http://www.mediafire.com/?bbhao0qczs7pevv
It's sad that a company that is specialized in the emulation of old games, doesn't even know how to configure them properly!

rmaxwell9
rmaxwell9's picture
[03/05/2012 - 20:05]
Re: The 7th Guest

What a great bit of nostalgia! I first played T7G when I was approx. 11 & could barely solve a puzzle without the strategy guide. 16 years later, I can solve every puzzle (except for the Microscope Puzzle; I'm a graduate student now, and time is limited!)! I can understand why the game was so well-received at its initial release; it remains a beautifully designed piece of work (indeed, stellar soundtrack as well).

I have only one minor complaint. I played T7G on a Macintosh, back in the day; I'm assuming this is a PC emulation. I was somewhat disappointed to observe what seemed to be a noticeable loss in sound quality (i.e. the full orchestral soundtrack I recall from the Macintosh version has been replaced by a MIDI rendering; certain sound effects, e.g. the movement of cans during the Kitchen Letter Puzzle, are absent).

Maybe I've just been spoiled by my memory of the Macintosh version? I would love to see the Macintosh version emulated; I think both old and new fans deserve the fullest rendering of this excellent game!

Nuroman
Nuroman's picture
[02/28/2012 - 16:38]
Re: The 7th Guest

I haven't had my discs for this game in years, a decade probably. Can't wait to download and play through it again. I still play "Skeletons in My Closet" from the soundtrack on Halloween every year.

dhollerich
dhollerich's picture
[02/18/2012 - 20:53]
Re: The 7th Guest

BOUGHT IT DONT KNOW NOW TO RUN IT HELP

artreas
artreas's picture
[02/07/2012 - 18:24]
Re: The 7th Guest
5

Version 1.1 works perfectly now on my Asus 1201N and my Acer Revo 1600! Way to go .EMU!

Herr-der-Ringe
Herr-der-Ringe's picture
[02/04/2012 - 02:19]
Re: The 7th Guest

Where is the german version?

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The 7th Guest

Adventure, Puzzle
868 MB
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
4.666665
Average: 4.7 (9 votes)
$4.99

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Game details

English
07/01/1993
Trilobyte Games
Trilobyte Games