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Game #792
Ooze: Creepy Nites  
Interactive Fiction   Conventional

Rating: 7.75 (12 votes)

Ooze: Creepy Nites box cover

Ooze: Creepy Nites screenshot
In a setting familiar to most horror fans, you must negotiate a variety of creepy events while exploring Carfax Abbey, an ancient dilapidated house that's become your new home. The unusual second-person perspective parser, simplistic but fair puzzles, and good atmosphere makes this a pleasant game that falls short of Infocom's classic horror IF Lurking Horror, but is still a worthy attempt despite banal plot and amateurish writing.

Note: the game is (c) 1990 by attic Software. Noncommercial distribution kindly permitted by attic Software.

Reviewed by: Underdogs

Designer: Guido Henkel & H. J. Braendle
Developer: Dragonware Games
Publisher: Attic Entertainment
Year: 1989
Software Copyright: Attic Entertainment
Theme: Horror
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Psycho, Personal Nightmare, Daughter of The Serpent

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