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Geheimprojekt DMSO (DOS)

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Another adware game from Germany's mid-90's marketing beehive The Art Department, Geheimprojekt DMSO ("Secret Project DMSO") features the generic private eye, the generic adventure setting and a lot of painkiller ointments, all ingeniously united on the game's cover illustration.

DMSO is short for Dimethyl-Sulphoxide, the prime ingredient of Merckle Pharma's Dolobene(TM) and Rheumabene(TM) ointments, and thus a likely target for scheming international criminals. As detective Jack Bene, you travel through Europe in search for the formula, solving simple puzzles and using a fair amount of ointments on your way.

Geheimprojekt DMSO is freeware, was published in German and Germany only, and features the exact ingredients of 100 g Dolobene(TM) and 100 g Rheumabene(TM) on no less than three manual pages.

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Geheimprojekt DMSO DOS In Rotterdam, Netherlands, the detective interviews the harbour master. His uncle is on a ship, about to be deported to the Far East! Jack has to prevent such evil!
Geheimprojekt DMSO DOS Imminent danger! Jack encounters two vicious brawlers. Our hero is clever and avoids them by hiding behind some crates.
Geheimprojekt DMSO DOS Jack breaks into a warehouse, then into a container and is so transferred to the freighter. Clever guy, unique solution.
Geheimprojekt DMSO DOS In the high-tech laboratory, Bene “borrows” a Bunsen burner. At last he finds a connection between a colleague of his uncle’s and her brother in Rome, Italy.

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-Chris (7365) added Geheimprojekt DMSO (DOS) on Aug 31, 2003