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First posted on 26 April 1996. Last updated on 23 May 2014.
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Phantasmagoria marks the first of a new horror adventure trilogy from Sierra On-Line. Designed and written by master storyteller Roberta Williams, Phantasmagoria represents an unprecedented effort by Sierra On-Line to develop a full-blown, live action, multimedia interactive adventure extravaganza. Using professional actors with real sets and Full Motion Video, it brings a new sense of make…

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And I played a lot of 'em. Reminds me of Dark seed on Amiga 500, but Phantasmagoria offers higher standards.
Creepy story, beautiful graphics and fantastic ambient are a recipe for MEGAHIT !

There is no game till this day that transformed such a creepy ambient as it did Phantasmagoria.

Germany By markegiani • On 08 February 2015 • From Novi Sad, Serbia


can't get it load on 64 bit vista computer

United States By steve • On 03 October 2009 • From reedley, ca usa


Back in 1996, I, along with two friends, sat in front of my brothers computer NON-STOP for 41 hours playing the game. We smoked like three cartons of cigarettes, and took all bathroom breaks together. We all smelled like ass by the time we finished the game but it was well worth the thrill. I had nightmares for weeks and have to say that the game was far from easy. Awesome game!

United States By Sissy • On 12 January 2008 • From Stockton, USA


I played the unrated version when I was twelve and I still have nightmares about the ways his wives died. I didn't know there was a rated edition, and seeing Adrianne get raped isn't good for a kid. Much later I checked the bottom of the game pack and realized it was meant for people over 18. But then again, no one REALLY follows those age limits.
The game in itself was awfully scary but also very easy - even for a 12-year-old. Too bad Adrianne's husband was such a bad actor though A was alright... The house looked grat though, but I always got lost there...

Finland By Rat • On 29 November 2007 • From Hki fin


What a fun game, best one I ever played. Other games could learn from this one. Shame you and others don't have better imagination rather than running around shooting horrible graphics monster than scare NO ONE and are pathtic looking

United States By CO • On 27 November 2007 • From Somewhere


This game was intruiging, exciting, and enjoyable. I personally enjoyed he depth and detail of the storyline. When playing this game, it is helpful and feels more like your in the game if you look up special surprises and extra nifty videos on Universal Hints System. Complaints about blood and gore are truly uneccesary, because Phantasmagoria can censor this for you. Overall, this was an excellent game.

United States By Kate • On 18 June 2007 • From USA

I find your lack of vision apalling. I found the game plenty hard, especially the chase between the demon and Adrienne. I don't know how many times I tried to click on the pipe and instead the girl jumped into the pit and died.

United States By Samantha • On 09 July 2005 • From Fontana, CA

Hi i would just like to say i have had the Phantasmagoria 1 game since it 1st came out all those years ago, and i have still got it and still to this day i still get a bit scared playing the final cd the final chapter and im 23. I think this game is one of the best horror games of all time, Roberta Williams did a fantastic job puting the game together. As for the acting, it was very good ok so the actors and actresses wouldnt get an Academy Award for there acting but they where still brilliant non the less overall i would give this game 4 out of 5 stars a brilliant game with brilliant sounds. The haunted house was amazing really gave it that scarey feeling bout it, and it also had a fantastic story line.

Australia By Christie • On 16 March 2005 • From Melbourne Australia

Hi.......Well I enjoyed playing this, (couldn't get past the 5th disc though because the computer wouldn't accept it)..but I enjoyed what I could play of it. Just wish I could have finished it. Of course it isn't going to be "perfect" with smoothness of acting; etc.........people seem to forget that this is just Technology and machines providing opportunities to game play. It was fun., Thanks

Canada By Marjory Laws • On 21 August 2004 • From Sarnia, Canada

i don't give a fuck what any of you say, this game was the shit...screw the lack of "any difficult puzzle", the game kicks ass without it, and its one of the best games ive ever played.

United States By crystal • On 23 July 2004 • From westwego united states
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