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'''The 7th Guest''' was the first game to be released by [[Trilobyte]], and the first to use the [[Groovie]] engine. The introduction tells the story of Stauf, a toy-maker who builds a mansion, and then the user takes control of a character (referred to as Ego), who has no idea who he is or how he got there, as he solves the puzzles in Stauf's mansion to discover the truth about what happened there.
'''The 7th Guest''' was the first game to be released by [[Trilobyte]], and the first to use the [[Groovie]] engine. The introduction tells the story of Stauf, a toy-maker who builds a mansion, and then the user takes control of a character (referred to as Ego), who has no idea who he is or how he got there, as he solves the puzzles in Stauf's mansion to discover the truth about what happened there.
Pending issues can be found in the [[Groovie/TODO|Groovie TODO]] page


==Releases==
==Releases==
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===Audio Tracks===
===Audio Tracks===
Most versions of The 7th Guest have audio tracks on the CDs, and the first audio track on each CD is played at some point in the game. Rip the first audio track from the first CD as "track1.xxx", and the audio track from the second CD as "track2.xxx". Use either MP3, OGG or FLAC formats. The second audio track on the first CD, if present, is blank and unused.
Most versions of The 7th Guest have audio tracks on the CDs, and the first audio track on each CD is played at some point in the game. Rip the first audio track from the first CD as "track1.xxx", and the audio track from the second CD as "track2.xxx". Use either MP3, OGG or FLAC formats. The second audio track on the first CD, if present, is blank and unused.
==Known issues==
*External videos added with the Windows Beta player (http://www.tbyte.com/downloads/) aren't supported yet.
*Paletted cursors aren't handled very nicely on platforms that don't support them, e.g. WinCE.
*VDX player is not very efficient (e.g. slow on WinCE/GP2XWiz etc.).


==Original game bugs which also occur in ScummVM==
==Original game bugs which also occur in ScummVM==
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