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ZOOM Missing: Since January
$14.95 (Win98/Me/2000/XP) (Retail Box) (MISSINGPR)
$9.95 (Win98/Me/2000/XP) (Jewel Case) (MISSINGPJ)

Publisher: Lexisnumerique / The Adventure Company

Blood and Violence

Ratings:

B from Just Adventure

Reward For Information Leading to Their Whereabouts

Journalist, Jack Lorski, and his companion disappear while investigating a string of gruesome murders. Soon after their disappearance, Jack’s agency receives a disturbing CD-ROM containing footage he captured during his investigation. More than just a CD, this disc is in-fact the beginning of a terrifying game with a maniacal killer known only as “The Phoenix.”

Features:

Enter the mind of a serial killer and see if you can unravel the mystery behind the disappearance of a journalist and his companion and the recent ghastly murders.

Missing offers an innovative blend of Windows® gameplay and the internet to immerse players in this elaborate game of cat-and-mouse.

Receive actual e-mail from virtual characters and The Phoenix himself offering important clues.

Visit a wealth of real websites and fictitious sites created solely for the game to obtain valuable information vital to solving the case.

Requirements:

Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP: Pentium® II 333 MHz or Equivalent Processor, 128 MB RAM, 8x CD-ROM Drive (or PC DVD Drive), SVGA Graphics Card with 32 Bit Color, Sound Card 16 Bit (SoundBlaster™ Compatible), Hard Disk 700 MB, 56.6 Kbps or Better Internet Connection

Reviews:

Just Adventure by Audrey Wells

"Missing is very much a nontraditional game. It is original and creative by taking a new spin on the adventure genre, but I really believe that this game is NOT for everyone. The puzzles have the potential to cause extreme frustration even with the most patient of gamers. Using the internet as the backbone for the game may not be ideal as, sooner or later, the websites will come down and the game server will no longer be sending emails to players. All in all, this game may turn off some gamers who like their standard point and click, but appeal to those who like the idea of experimenting with a new breed of adventure games."



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