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This bundle by Bundle Stars contains Shadowgate 2014 (Includes 3 Games), Déjà Vu II: MacVenture Series, Uninvited: MacVenture Series, Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Mummy's Curse, Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Mystified Murderess and Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Tin Soldier.
Activate each game on Steam and play them on your Windows PC. Selected titles are also available on Mac and Linux. Shadowgate contains Steam Trading Cards! Grab the complete bundle for €2.96.
This game bundle contains
Uninvited: MacVenture Series
Relive the original MacVenture Series version of Uninvited! Play through the Mac and Apple IIGS versions and survive the supernatural dangers of the haunted mansion.
Shadowgate ‐ 2014 version
Thrust into the role of "The Seed of Prophecy," players travel deep into the living castle, in hopes of defeating the evil that dwells within – the dreaded Warlock Lord.
Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: The Case of the Mystified Murderess
An unassuming woman has been charged with the death of a scoundrel, a fortune-squandering bounder. She was found over the body, pistol in hand but there are other avenues in this case that even the Yard refuses to set foot upon. I have the feeling that there is more to the case than meets the eye.
Deja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas
Relive the original MacVenture Series version of Déjà Vu II! Play through the Mac and Apple IIGS versions as a hard-boiled detective in a city full of crime and mystery.
Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: The Case of the Mummy's Curse
The London Times started it all – calling the murders the work of an ancient Egyptian curse. I accused the tabloid of capitalizing on the superstitions of the populace. Yet, three men were dead, with the wrappings of a 4000-year old mummy binding their fates together.
Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: The Case of the Tin Soldier
Inspector Smythe from Scotland Yard has informed Watson and me of the murder of General Armstead, a Tontine ticket holder. Something about this case intrigues me. Perhaps it ís that the General was about to publish a scintillating addendum to his infamous book on treasure.