The 7th Guest

The 7th Guest (DOS)  1992


First 3D adventure game

The 7th Guest

Gameplay video

Pictures from official Strategy guide

Preview (Ace) (1992-02)

The 7th Guest 1 The 7th Guest 2

Magazine review (CVG) 1993


1) Developed by Autodesk 3D (Virtual Racquetball).
2) Made in 1992, released year later.
3) The 7th Guest was one of the first games for the ersonal computers to be available only on CD-ROM, since it was too large to be distributed on floppy disks.
4) Bill Gates called The 7th Guest "the new standard in interactive entertainment".
5) The 7th Guest was the first graphic adventure to use 640x320 graphics with 256 colors; Trilobyte reportedly spent more than $500,000 over more than two years to produce the graphics.
6) Blue-screened footage was imperfect and left ghostly auras, and nothing could be done do change that, so developers left it in the game as a feature.
7) Numerable changes were made during production due to various limitations (and a decision midway

through to cut most of the blood and violence).
8) Stauf's name is an anagram of Faust.

9) Supports Roland MT-32 audio.

10) Emulated in: DOSBox

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