About This Game
Curtis Craig is a quiet young man. He has a steady job working for the WynTech Industries corporation. He has a lovely girlfriend, Jocilyn. He’s been out of the mental hospital for exactly one year. All Curtis wants is to live a normal, happy life, but something seems to have other plans.
Strange events, inexplicable and terrifying, begin to happen all around him. Curtis begins to doubt his own sanity, and the very fabric of reality.
The player controls Curtis Craig, an introverted 26-year-old man who works at a pharmaceutical company. Curtis regularly has disturbing hallucinations when at his office, seeing flashes of gore or getting odd e-mails (for example, one claims to be from Hell offering him a job as a murderer).
One day Curtis’ workplace rival, Bob, is found brutally murdered in Curtis’ cubicle. Though Bob was generally disliked by the whole office, Curtis had expressed the joking desire to kill him and feels apathy towards his death, which leads Curtis to fear he may have murdered Bob in a psychotic break.
This incident impacts the myriad other relationships in the office. While Curtis has been dating his commitment-seeking coworker Jocilyn, he also becomes involved with a more adventurous coworker, Therese, who on a first date introduces him to the local S&M scene. Another coworker and best friend, Trevor, is an openly homosexual man, and Curtis admits to his therapist that he is attracted to Trevor.
- A psychological horror story from the blackest depths of the human soul
- A compelling story with interesting characters
- An intense atmosphere not meant for the faint of heart
||Adventure – TPP – Horror
||Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10)
||Audio only: English
||December 3, 1996
||Sierra / Activision
Minimum system requirements – Windows:
Windows XP or Windows Vista, 1 GHz Processor (1.4 GHz recommended), 256MB RAM (512 recommended), 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), Mouse, Keyboard.
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