Colonel's Bequest (Amiga, 3 1/2" Disk) Sierra - 1989 USA, Canada Release

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Colonel's Bequest
Product ID 20626-27335
Product UPC 020626273350
Platform(s) Amiga
Packaging Retail Box
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1989
Publisher(s) Sierra
Category(s) Entertainment, Adventure, Mystery
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

A Laura Bow mystery.

Why has the reclusive Colonel Dijon called his rivalrous relations together? It's a mysterious re-union at his secluded mansion, deep in the bayous of Southern Louisiana!

It is the year 1925, and the roaring 20's are well underway. As Laura Bow, young college student, you've been invited to visit the Colonel's isolated estate. Watch as the Colonel announces his intention to bequeath his millions to all present!

Immediately, you sense greed and suspicion among the Colonel's relatives and associates. The air becomes thick with anger and betrayal. As the drama unfold you must evade the dangers that await you everywhere, and expose the killer before he or she strikes again!

Explore the gloomy estate in an attempt to discover who is murdering the Colonel's guests, and why...

Discover hidden places where secrets may lie...

Overhear intriguing conversations...

Choose your friends wisely...

Avoid the swamp at all costs...

The thrill and suspense of The Colonel's Bequest is unprecedented in animated adventure games. Never before has a plot been so complex, or characters so well developed. From the die-hard mystery fan, to the veteran 3-D adventurer, this game is not to be missed!

  • "Investigate the grounds, but beware- the assassin may lurk nearby!"
  • "Watch in horror as many fall victim to murder!"

Roberta Williams, designer of the King's Quest Series, has sold more games than any other authoress in computer entertainment history.

System Requirements

Amiga Kickstart 1.2
Required RAM 1MB

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