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Cruise for a Corpse

MobyRank MobyScore
Amiga
85
4.1
Atari ST
...
4.2
DOS
69
3.4

Advertising Blurbs

Back of Box - Amiga (UK):
    Cruise for a Corpse features the exclusive Cinematique™ operating system, designed by Delphine to offer a user-friendly point-and-click playing style. Cinematique™ has been further refined since the release of Operation Stealth to offer even more depth of gameplay and a wider range of options.

    • Character size has been doubled (all versions).
    • Entirely mouse controlled.
    • Completely interactive in full 3-D vision.
    • Pop-up text and command windows.


    Take part in a high seas murder mystery!

    As Inspector Raoul Dusentier you have been invited on a dream cruise in the Mediterranean, but no sooner has the cruise begun when you are summoned to investigate a scandalous crime - the murder of your host.

    • Question other characters in true Agatha Christie style.
    • Eavesdrop on suspects to gain valuable clues.
    • Full Ad Lib/Roland sound board support on PC version.

    Contributed by Bullyt (523) on Jun 08, 2011.

Back of Box - DOS (UK):
    Take Part in a High Seas Murder Mystery

    As Inspector Raoul Dusentier you have been invited on a dream cruise in the Mediterranean, but no sooner has the cruise begun when you are summoned to investigate a scandalous crime - the murder of your host.

    • Question other characters in true Agatha Christie style

    • Eavesdrop on suspects to gain valuable information.

    • Completely interactive in full 3-D vision.

    • Featuring a Cinematique’ operating system. Designed to offer a user-friendly point 'n' click playing system.

    "If you fancy trying your hand at a real brain-taxer, Cruise is your game" The One (PC) 92%

    "Cruise for a Corpse is a real threat that will doubtless appeal to any games playing Amiga owner" Amiga Action 93%

    "The game is graphically brilliant...an excellent product" ST Action

    Contributed by Apogee IV (2336) on Sep 21, 2004.