The Dame Was Loaded for DOS

Australia, 1996

Videogame

The Dame Was Loaded is a detective mystery adventure game reminiscent of private eye movies of the 1940’s. The player controls detective Scott Anger, who is hired by a mysterious woman to find her missing brother, Dan. What at first appears to be just another missing persons case, opens up a much larger web involving Dan’s dark past. The game requires the player to use sleuthing skills to interact with characters, represented by live actors, and solve puzzles.

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publisher

Philips Interactive Media, Inc.

developer

Laser Beam (Beam Software)

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1996

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Play It Again II: Games Collection

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ACMI Identifier

ARC000113-1

Subject category

Game

Materials

CD-ROM videogame. Two CD-ROM, CD case insert and manual in 2 CD capacity jewel case

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