Funhouse Mystery

Funhouse Mystery

Funhouse Mystery is a text-adventure game originally written and coded by Scott Adams and published by Adventure International in 1979. The NEC PC-88 version was released in 1985 by StarCraft for the Japanese audiences, though the game still supports...

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Platform NEC PC-8801
Release Date 1985
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers StarCraft, Inc.
Publishers StarCraft, Inc.
Genres Adventure
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
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Funhouse Mystery is a text-adventure game originally written and coded by Scott Adams and published by Adventure International in 1979. The NEC PC-88 version was released in 1985 by StarCraft for the Japanese audiences, though the game still supports English commands. You are a secret agent tasked to retrieve some secret plans that have been stolen and hidden somewhere inside a fun house. Once inside it, you have to solve several puzzles, such as navigate through a maze, a shooting gallery, a merry-go-round, and charm a friendly mermaid. Main differences from the original western releases are: -The game parser won't recognize some commands that work on the original version; - Graphics; - Some objects such as the flashlight and the secret plans are different but they serve the same purpose. - The map layout is somewhat different.
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