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7 Days and 7 Nights is a slightly erotic adventure boat modelled on the cult Leisure Suit Larry series. The Czech debuting studio Pterodon Software is responsible for its creation.
The protagonist of the game resembles a nice loser Larry Laffer from the production of Sierra. It is a detective of Venca Zįhyb (in the Polish version of Waszek Fa³da), who comes from a small town called Pipidówka. One day, a millionaire Jonathan Smith, who lives in a local hotel, comes to him and asks you to protect your seven beloved daughters for his business trip. Celebrating a new lucrative order in a pub, our protoplasta meets an old friend who has a gambling bow and accepts an unusual bet from him. Its subject is to visit all seven daughters of the millionaire at night. This is how the erotic escapade of our hero begins.
Czech production is a classic point-and-click adventure in which, while exploring new locations, we have to discover suitable objects and look for their application. The action of the game is divided into seven consecutive days, and your actions boil down to fulfilling the desires and wishes of the millionaire's spoiled daughters and more or less successful attempts to seduce them. As a reward for our "efforts" we will see "night scenes" realized in the form of arcade mini-games.
Graphic design of the game is a combination of pastel colours with a characteristic line, reminiscent of Day of The Tentacle. Certainly far from the production of Sierra, although in exchange for low quality we receive extremely low hardware requirements. Our struggles are accompanied by a varied background music. The applause is also due for the exceptional sense of humour that has been preserved in the Polish translation. Unfortunately, from the technical point of view the game has not been fully worked out and sometimes we can come across annoying errors.
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age requirements: 16+
PC / Windows
Recommended: 386, 2 MB RAM, 3 MB HDD, DOS