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Games called '''Mansion''' or '''The Mansion''':
 
Games called '''Mansion''' or '''The Mansion''':
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* ''[[Mansion (by Barley)|Mansion]]'' ([[Derek Barley]]; 2010; Z-code). PC inherits mansion from great aunt Agatha, but a Mr. Brookes arrives claiming she sold the property to his company.
 
* ''[[The Mansion]]'' (Nick Dablin; 31-Jan-2004; Quest). PC inherits mansion when scientist uncle dies under suspicious circumstances.
 
* ''[[The Mansion]]'' (Nick Dablin; 31-Jan-2004; Quest). PC inherits mansion when scientist uncle dies under suspicious circumstances.
 
* ''[[The Mansion II]]'' (Nick Dablin; 01-Jul-2006; Quest). Sequel to ''The Mansion'' where the PC deals with the mysterious corporation implicated in his uncle's death.
 
* ''[[The Mansion II]]'' (Nick Dablin; 01-Jul-2006; Quest). Sequel to ''The Mansion'' where the PC deals with the mysterious corporation implicated in his uncle's death.
 
* ''[[The Mansion: Grandma Mild's Weekend of Telekinesis]]'' (Robert Chynoweth; Oct-2004; Z-code). PC inherits a mansion that seems to be alive. Written as a school assignment for the University of Michigan Dearborn.
 
* ''[[The Mansion: Grandma Mild's Weekend of Telekinesis]]'' (Robert Chynoweth; Oct-2004; Z-code). PC inherits a mansion that seems to be alive. Written as a school assignment for the University of Michigan Dearborn.
 
* ''[[La Mansión]]: Una Aventura Breve'' (Juan Sebastián Armas Maturana as "Incanus"; 06-Jan-2005; Z-code; Spanish).
 
* ''[[La Mansión]]: Una Aventura Breve'' (Juan Sebastián Armas Maturana as "Incanus"; 06-Jan-2005; Z-code; Spanish).
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* ''[[The Mansion| La Mansión]]'' (translator: Jhames; 17-Jan-2008; Quest; Spanish). Spanish translation of Nick Dablin's ''The Mansion''.
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* ''[[The Mansion II| La Mansión II]]'' (translator: Jhames; 22-Jan-2008; Quest; Spanish). Spanish translation of Nick Dablin's ''The Mansion II''.
  
 
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Other games with the name '''Mansion''':
 
Other games with the name '''Mansion''':
 
* ''[[Creepy Mansion]] (demo)'' (Kevin Lyons; 03-May-2005; MS-Windows/.NET).
 
* ''[[Creepy Mansion]] (demo)'' (Kevin Lyons; 03-May-2005; MS-Windows/.NET).
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* ''[[La Mansi&oacute;n Escondida]]'' ([[Alberto Silva]]; 2010; Spanish).
 
* ''[[Murder Mansion]]'' (Roy Lee as "Reelyor"; 21-May-2005; ADRIFT). ADRIFT Intro Comp 2005 entry.
 
* ''[[Murder Mansion]]'' (Roy Lee as "Reelyor"; 21-May-2005; ADRIFT). ADRIFT Intro Comp 2005 entry.
 
* ''[[Uncle's masion]]'' a.k.a. ''Uncle's Mansion'' (nick, harry and jack, collectively known as N!ck; 09-Aug-2003; Quest).  
 
* ''[[Uncle's masion]]'' a.k.a. ''Uncle's Mansion'' (nick, harry and jack, collectively known as N!ck; 09-Aug-2003; Quest).  

Latest revision as of 17:36, 10 January 2011

Games called Mansion or The Mansion:

  • Mansion (Derek Barley; 2010; Z-code). PC inherits mansion from great aunt Agatha, but a Mr. Brookes arrives claiming she sold the property to his company.
  • The Mansion (Nick Dablin; 31-Jan-2004; Quest). PC inherits mansion when scientist uncle dies under suspicious circumstances.
  • The Mansion II (Nick Dablin; 01-Jul-2006; Quest). Sequel to The Mansion where the PC deals with the mysterious corporation implicated in his uncle's death.
  • The Mansion: Grandma Mild's Weekend of Telekinesis (Robert Chynoweth; Oct-2004; Z-code). PC inherits a mansion that seems to be alive. Written as a school assignment for the University of Michigan Dearborn.
  • La Mansión: Una Aventura Breve (Juan Sebastián Armas Maturana as "Incanus"; 06-Jan-2005; Z-code; Spanish).
  • La Mansión (translator: Jhames; 17-Jan-2008; Quest; Spanish). Spanish translation of Nick Dablin's The Mansion.
  • La Mansión II (translator: Jhames; 22-Jan-2008; Quest; Spanish). Spanish translation of Nick Dablin's The Mansion II.

Other games with the name Mansion:


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