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1) The deck of cards2) The marking on the painting.
If the marking on the painting is the skull, then the card you pick is the king of spades (and vice versa). If the marking on the painting is the ankh (or so I`m told) then the card you pick will be the ace of hearts. If the marking on the painting is a jokers head, then you will either pick the jack of clubs or the joker (for this last fact I am not sure.)
So there it is.
Skellington9: I always got the King of Spades.
I have not found this church...has it got to do with the bricked up walls?
Fantastic game, i would recormend it to anyone aslong as they have the time and patience, love the script and the time put in to graphics and story line, hope there is more exactly like it in the future
Helen, you still here?
Seriously, it took me an ungodly amount of time to get it finished, but it was so worth it. Involved storyline, detailed characters, and a chilling and effective setting. It was absolutely brilliant, and I`m saying right now that becoming a member was really worth it.
Add on to that all the Shakespeare information. It was very interesting. The guy was obsessed with death and sex! Plus, all the gore was really cool. But that`s just me. Or is it? Did anyone else find it really interesting to read about the torture devices?
of course the game version of myself ended up getting screwed in the long run.
If when you use the magnifying glass on the painting (in the room where the glowing cross is) and you find a clown head, the killer is the man on your right when you have to choose. (name begins with k)
dont click the woman as ur vote...
hey guys i nearly done that sliding puzzle :D
Megra, check the map. (In the room, not on your PDA)
any i missed?
helen10: when i found that hand in the clock, and the ear, and stuff.
Anyone wish to hint at act 6 for me?
Does anyone know how to get past the "mysteriously locked" doors?
because i dont get it when u say on the right hand side, all i have is that shakespear portrait thing
Romeo & juliet - tragedyas you like it - comedyjulius ceaser - tragedyking john - historyrichard iii - historytempest - romanticmidsummer - comedymuch ado - comedy
....But it`s neat if you want to sign up.