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[[Image:7daysscreen3.jpg|frame|right|A screenshot of ''7 Days a Skeptic''.]]
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| author = Ben "[[Yahtzee]]" Croshaw
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'''''7 Days a Skeptic''''' is a freeware amateur adventure game created by Ben [[Yahtzee]] Croshaw. It is the sequel to the popular adventure game ''[[5 Days a Stranger]]''. The game takes place nearly four-hundred years in the future, by which time mankind has begun to further explore the universe, and chronicles the story of a veteran psychiatrist, Dr. Jonathan Somerset, and five others as they face the same mysterious entity that haunted the protagonists of the first game. ''7 Days a Skeptic'' draws several parallels with its predecessor, using elements such as dream sequences between each day as well as using similar plot revelations.
 
'''''7 Days a Skeptic''''' is a freeware amateur adventure game created by Ben [[Yahtzee]] Croshaw. It is the sequel to the popular adventure game ''[[5 Days a Stranger]]''. The game takes place nearly four-hundred years in the future, by which time mankind has begun to further explore the universe, and chronicles the story of a veteran psychiatrist, Dr. Jonathan Somerset, and five others as they face the same mysterious entity that haunted the protagonists of the first game. ''7 Days a Skeptic'' draws several parallels with its predecessor, using elements such as dream sequences between each day as well as using similar plot revelations.
  
The game was created in 2004 with the AGS game engine. Another game, ''[[Trilby's Notes]]'', exists as an interquel between ''[[5 Days a Stranger]]'' and ''7 Days a Skeptic'', acting as an extension of the former and playing on ideas introduced in the latter.
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The game was created in 2004 with the AGS game engine. Two other games, including ''[[Trilby's Notes]]'' and ''[[Six Days a Sacrifice]]'', exist as an interquel between ''[[5 Days a Stranger]]'' and ''7 Days a Skeptic'', acting as an extension of the former and playing on ideas introduced in the latter.
  
 
There is a special edition for $5 available.
 
There is a special edition for $5 available.
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* [http://www.fullyramblomatic.com/7days/ The official ''7 Days a Skeptic'' site]
 
* [http://www.fullyramblomatic.com/7days/ The official ''7 Days a Skeptic'' site]
  
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Latest revision as of 07:25, 10 May 2010

7 Days a Skeptic
7daysscreen3.jpg
AuthorBen "Yahtzee" Croshaw
Sound Effects byHalf-Life by Valve
Testing byManu Cardoen, Helmacron, Kevin Squires, Sarah Wright
Release dateJuly 22, 2004
LengthMedium
LanguageEnglish
AGS Games page

7 Days a Skeptic is a freeware amateur adventure game created by Ben Yahtzee Croshaw. It is the sequel to the popular adventure game 5 Days a Stranger. The game takes place nearly four-hundred years in the future, by which time mankind has begun to further explore the universe, and chronicles the story of a veteran psychiatrist, Dr. Jonathan Somerset, and five others as they face the same mysterious entity that haunted the protagonists of the first game. 7 Days a Skeptic draws several parallels with its predecessor, using elements such as dream sequences between each day as well as using similar plot revelations.

The game was created in 2004 with the AGS game engine. Two other games, including Trilby's Notes and Six Days a Sacrifice, exist as an interquel between 5 Days a Stranger and 7 Days a Skeptic, acting as an extension of the former and playing on ideas introduced in the latter.

There is a special edition for $5 available.

External links

AGS Awards for 7 Days a Skeptic
Preceded by

Joey - Bestowers of Eternity

Best Non-Player Character - John "Welder" DeFoe

in the year 2004

Succeeded by

Invisible guy - Adventures in the Galaxy of Fantabulous Wonderment

Preceded by

The Adventures of Fatman

Best Sound Effects

in the year 2004

Succeeded by

Ben Jordan 4