DescriptionIn this point-and-click adventure game, the player controls the character, a little girl called Shiza, by clicking on the screen, examining the environment, using different items found in the game and combining/taking pieces inside the inventory screen. The game features an auto-map which allows quick travel around the current area of the game's world.
The heroine's dog (Kutyavka) suddenly vanishes right after a suspicious person in a black coat tries talking to the girl. Shiza bravely sets on taking her dog back from whoever might have stolen her. The girl's spade is hard and her wit is sharp... so violence is not her primary way to solve the problems.
The game is set in your typical Russian city and near it, featuring such environments as the courtyard and streets in Shiza's town, a police station, institute's dormitory, graveyard, a hut in forest etc. To find out where her dog is kept, Shiza finally finds the components for the ritual and breaks into the mind of the game's villain. So the last part of the game is set in a rather surrealistic world of the abductor's consciousness.
The game is unrelated to the Petka series which the company was developing at the same time, but still features familiar interface, gameplay and visual style.
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- "Страшилки: Шестое чувство" -- Russian spelling
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|Absolute Games (AG.ru)||Aug 15, 2004||55 out of 99||56|
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LanguageThe main title Bogeyman Sories: Sixth Sense is provided by the developers on the game's official website, but there is no English version localized from Russian available.
OuttakesDuring the credits, a few more funny scenes are shown. They parody outtakes from movies; scenes that are not shot as intended at first try, and do not make it into the final work.
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