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The Medical Theories of Dr. Kur

by R. Higgins

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6 May 2005
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Medium length game
Short game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium length game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
Full length game As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic
MAGS game Monthly AGS competition entry
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About this game

Help the people of West Derry put an end to the mysterious child murderer that lives in a mansion on top of a hill. But beware, the angry spirits of the children still wander throughout the house. Turn the volume up and the lights down...

3 people commented on this game (newest first):

I just couldn't get into this game. I don't think the plot provided enough atmospher (sp)...Not bad, just mediocre. Try again, if you avent already. I love psychologic thrillers...but I did't get enough of that to immerse me in the game.
2007-05-26 17:07:26 by ozzette
The good guys loose control when you don't expect it. You blocked somewhere and just hear what hapens. That's when the reality alters. Every room you enter looks peacefull but hides a secret or meaning, and you always expect to find a monster. The characters you meet seem very natural because of the drama in their stories. The story is discovered indirectly. When it comes to an end it feels like you left a part of yourself in the castle. You will appreciate the child-hand graphics that seem to be the mark of the children involved in the story; it's like you see things through their eyes. You will appreciate the valse in one of the rooms: just imagine a killer listening to that musing while he does the killing. It may be sick but is impressive and it is not violent despite a dead bodies scene that is placed in the adult/real world and the ending that has to be partially guessed. I played many AGSs so far but this is the only one that i would like to play again. R.Higgins, please write another game.
2006-09-13 15:23:46 by chalice
Storyline a bit gruesome but good puzzles
2005-05-10 03:05:46 by Jane
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