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Pleurghburg: Dark Ages (DOS)

Pleurghburg: Dark Ages DOS Title screen, start menu

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Description

Created using Chris Jones' Adventure Game Studio, this detective non-linear story with multiple endings uses an interface very similiar to Sierra's old point & click adventure games.

In the year 2012 Jake McUrk, a 30 years old detective working for the Police Detective Agency, is put on a case that seems to be just another minor false alarm. All of sudden, Jake is thrown into a nightmare where danger lurks around every corner. During perilous investigation he finds out what exactly is going on in the city of Pleurghburg.

Very bloody, this game is not recommended for kids or even adults...

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Pleurghburg: Dark Ages DOS Intro: the next morning
Pleurghburg: Dark Ages DOS A cozy living room
Pleurghburg: Dark Ages DOS A well-decorated hallway
Pleurghburg: Dark Ages DOS The old "should the bathroom contain a toilet" conundrum, engaged head-on!

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GameHippo.com Apr 05, 2002 7 out of 10 70

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Trivia

GASPOP had started production on a sequel that was to be called Pleurghburg: The Asylum, the backgrounds were going to be in 3D made using the Unreal Tournament level editor but was cancelled. GASPOP say that they want to, at some point, complete P: TA and another cancelled game called Revenants. For the full story, visit: http://gaspop.com/index.html?articlewhathappened

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