ICOM Simulations, IncAll of these are very graphical adventures where you point and click in the pictures to get things, etc. ICOM has been doing the "Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective" series recently. There are three volumes out on CD-ROM only. They probably shouldn't be regarded as adventures, though. Apparently ICOM were bought by Viacom New Media.
The interfaces for these games were rather revolutionary, predating Sierra and Lucasarts' point-and-click romps by a few years. The windows based system used in them look exactly like the Macintosh setups of today.
They are or have been distributed by Mindscape, Inc.
Déjà Vu: A nightmare Comes True!!Type: Point-n-Click/PNC/MUSIC (some animations) Written 1985.
Notes: Comes on two 3 1/2" disks for Macintosh and a 14-page manual. Comes on one 5 1/4" disk for Commodore 64/128 and a 13-page manual. The manual is revised for each platform.
Well, kid, you really stepped in it this time! Either you're bein' framed for a murder or you really iced the guy, but if I was you, I'd get outta town. 'Course I ain't you, and you ain't got my sense. Knowin' you, you'll try to figure it all out. Jeesh, some guys never learn. Do ya really think ya got a chance with the cops, the mob and who knows who else all after ya? Well good luck, pal. Oh by the way, did I mention that ya don't even remember who ya are?
UninvitedType: Interactive graphics Written 1986.
ShadowgateWritten 1987, 88.
Déjà Vu II: Lost in Las VegasWritten 1988.
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