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'''The Last Express''' was an adventure game that takes place in 1914. Robert Cath, an American doctor who is suspected of murder of an Irish police officer, is on the last voyage of the Orient Express from Paris to Constantinople days before World War I.  He is on the train to travel to the East to escape from his troubles, at the urging of his friend who is already on board.  However, as soon as he arrives on board, Robert becomes involved in a web of lies,conspiracy, and murder.  The game takes place in real time, and the player can rewind and occasionally fast-forward time as well.
'''The Last Express''' was an adventure game that takes place in 1914. Robert Cath, an American doctor who is suspected of murder of an Irish police officer, is on the last voyage of the Orient Express from Paris to Constantinople days before World War I.  He is on the train to travel to the East to escape from his troubles, at the urging of his friend who is already on board.  However, as soon as he arrives on board, Robert becomes involved in a web of lies,conspiracy, and murder.  The game takes place in real time, and the player can rewind and occasionally fast-forward time as well.
==Installation==
===Required data files===
For more information on how ScummVM uses game data files, see the [https://docs.scummvm.org/en/latest/use_scummvm/game_files.html user documentation].
'''''DOS/Macintosh/Windows'''''
* HD.HPF
* CD1.HPF
* CD2.HPF
* CD3.HPF
'''''Windows Demo'''''
* Demo.hpf
* blue.egg
==Resources==
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Strong_National_Museum_of_Play The Strong National Museum of Play] in Rochester, New York, USA has [https://archives.museumofplay.org/repositories/3/archival_objects/11988 complete source code for ''The Last Express''], but it can only be accessed on-site.


==External links==
==External links==
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Express Wikipedia article on The Last Express]
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Express Wikipedia article on The Last Express]


[[Category:Lastexpress Games]]
[[Category:Lastexpress Games|Last Express, The]]
[[Category:Unsupported Games]]
[[Category:Unsupported Games|Last Express, The]]

Latest revision as of 23:19, 22 May 2022

The Last Express
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First release 1997
Also known as N/A
Developed by Smoking Car Productions
Published by Brøderbund, Interplay
Distributed by Brøderbund, Interplay
Platforms Windows, DOS, Mac
Resolution 640x480, 24-bit color
Engine Lastexpress
Support Not officially supported.
A WIP engine is available
in our Git repository.
Available for
Purchase
Yes

The Last Express was an adventure game that takes place in 1914. Robert Cath, an American doctor who is suspected of murder of an Irish police officer, is on the last voyage of the Orient Express from Paris to Constantinople days before World War I. He is on the train to travel to the East to escape from his troubles, at the urging of his friend who is already on board. However, as soon as he arrives on board, Robert becomes involved in a web of lies,conspiracy, and murder. The game takes place in real time, and the player can rewind and occasionally fast-forward time as well.

Installation

Required data files

For more information on how ScummVM uses game data files, see the user documentation.

DOS/Macintosh/Windows

  • HD.HPF
  • CD1.HPF
  • CD2.HPF
  • CD3.HPF

Windows Demo

  • Demo.hpf
  • blue.egg

Resources

External links