Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.
One of the many websites that comprise this game.
As you move through the CD-ROM, the Phoenix taunts you.
One of many e-mails you receive regarding the case.
Use high tech tools to analyze an old film.
Enlarged, enhanced picture.
To pass this, you'll have to break the code using information online. (I'm not even close here.)
A frame from the master documentary.
The hunters become the prey.
Venice by night.
Assemble the film in sequence
The Phoenix has been watching Jack and Karen for some time.
Some uncomfortable, Saw-esque minigames.
Tier menu. Each orb represents a puzzle.
Lots of creepy visuals.
A clue left at the scene of the crime.
Astrology and mystical symbols appear in many puzzles.
Jack and Karen
Jack and Karen find a new victim.
Click the dragonfly to produce letters for this name.
The old film that started Jack's investigation.
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