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Murderer.zip
Windows Application (Compressed with ZIP. Free Unzip tools are available for most systems at www.info-zip.org.)
CM2.lha *
diskette version, disk 2
Amiga Application
CM3.lha *
diskette version, disk 3
Amiga Application
CM1.lha *
diskette version, disk 1
Amiga Application
Child_Murderer_AGA.lha *
for AGA machines
Amiga Application
Child_Murderer.lha *
hard disk version
Amiga Application
CM_1-3.Readme
author's note for Amiga diskette version
Child_Murderer.readme
author's notes for Amiga hard disk version
Child_Murderer_AGA.readme
author's note for AGA version
* Compressed with LHA (also known as LHArc). Free unpacking tools are available for most platforms.

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The Child Murderer

by Michael Zerbo

Horror/Mystery
1994

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Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 2.2
License: Former shareware
Baf's Guide ID: 363
IFID: Unknown
TUID: czzicxygbkbi6off

Editorial Reviews

Baf's Guide


A grisly little story set in Victorian England. A well-to-do little girl has been killed in a botched kidnapping attempt, and you're the obvious suspect. So you have to hide the body, and worse. Short, shallowly implemented, involves regrettable behavior.

There are basically two versions of this game: the Amiga version, which uses a combination of a text-based menu and occasional point-and-click graphics, and the more recent Windows version, which has a completely point-and-click interface with photographic images, although the story is still mostly told through text. Neither interface affords a wide choice of actions. The two versions also have some differences in puzzles and plot -- notably, the Amiga version has the protagonist as the mastermind behind the kidnapping attempt, while the Windows version makes him an innocent bystander -- but they're ultimately variations on the same story.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

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