I remember the title, but I'm not sure if that's because I played it or my dad played it. I'm helpful, I know.
Fear the Sock Monster! RAWR!
The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself. ~Friedrich Nietzsche Double Pointed - a knitting blog
7th Guest is an older game. The basic idea was that you were in a haunted house, and you had to solve puzzles and games to unlock the story of what happened in it. It was a lot of fun, but I'll admit to having to use the puzzle solving function to get at least one puzzle that I can remember. It was the one dealing with the colored bacteria.
Chel, I don't know if you'd be tempted to go back to trying it out, but if you get really, really stuck on a puzzle, you can read the hint book in the library twice, and it will solve the puzzle for you. It'll let you move forward, but you won't get to see the scene that would go with it.
I don't think most XP computers can run it anymore, since I think it was dos based. I tried playing the sequel to it, 11th Hour, but couldn't even get it to start up.
Ahhh okay. I'm doing a lesson in my class that uses the game's theme music, and I wanted to be able to explain what the game was about to my kids if they asked. Now I want to play it though, but I have XP