Last Half of Darkness VGA
Horror genres have always topped the likings of gamers across the globe and Last Half of Darkness VGA only adds to the curiosity. This VGA game, unlike it non-VGA version, is quite simple rather a cakewalk in finishing all the levels without many tasks through a little of heart pounding as the gamer here is immortal an cannot be killed, unlike its original version.
The plot begins where you as a protagonist player visiting your aunt, a supposed voodoo witch, who is known to help her neighborhood with her powers. She is preparing a magic potion and gets suddenly killed. Now you are acknowledged for being the only heir to her mansion and magic tricks, all of which you can get only when you complete her unfinished task of preparing the magic potion. Its all on you to wander into the spooky house and search for clues and hints to solve the puzzle. Be ready to meet some spine-chilling ghosts who can scare you to hell.
The game is cursor operated aiding the player to choose from the 5 screens displayed comprising of Graphic Screenplay, Inventory, Commands, Exits and description box at the bottom. Last Half of Darkness VGA is a cleverly conceptualized game whose plot is enticing, with the screen filled with the color of blue and black. So are ready to crack the code and prepare the magic potion to turn into the next voodoo expert inheriting your aunt’s magic?
SoftLab Laboratories was founded in 1988 by pioneer adventure game developer William R. Fisher III. Bill Fisher developed and released his first independent, shareware game, Last Half of Darkness, for MS-DOS in 1989.
SoftLab released several other games in the early 1990s including The Nine Lives of Secret Agent Kat, an RPG/adventure with an espionage plot.
The company was called William R. Fisher III Studios in 1994 when the game The Romantic Blue was commercially released on CD-ROM (published by CrystalVision Software). Also released that year was the shareware game Death by Dark Shadows.
In 2000, an updated version of Last Half of Darkness was released for Windows on CD-ROM, developed and published by WRF Studios.
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