Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

Uninvited

MobyRank MobyScore
Windows 3.x
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3.8
DOS
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Amiga
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3.3

Advertising Blurbs

From the back cover:
    Well now, an uninvited guest! We don't get many visitors knocking at our door way out here. I'm very sorry to hear about your car. Everything is going to be all right now. Why don't you just come in and stay awhile? What's that? You say you just want to use the phone, find your brother, and then leave? Well, if you can find a phone, you can certainly use it and as to leaving, well I suppose anything is possible...

    Enter the world of Uninvited, and you may never leave. Like Shadowgate and Deja Vu, this is a world where challenge and adventure await you around every corner. And it's easy to play. There's no guessing what the computer wants: you just explore the story that unfolds before you. All the critics agree: Uninvited is like no other interactive adventure you've ever experienced.

    "Uninvited offers you all the challenge, grisly death, and fiendish spectral visitation that any Gothic horror show needs." -A+ Magazine

    "It has all the glitter of graphic adventures, with all the depth of the classic text adventures. One of the best interactive graphic adventures available..." -Amiga World

    "The game is wonderfully designed, the graphics are beautiful, the speed is good, the challenge is demanding, the logic is believable, sounds are realistic and the easy-to-use interface is ideal." -Commodore Magazine

    Contributed by Belboz (6553) on Dec 07, 2001.