Uncle Henry's Playhouse

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Uncle Henry's Playhouse
Front of box for Uncle Henry's Playhouse
Basic Information
Video Game
Microsoft Windows
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United Nations International Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
November 181996
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Uncle Henry's Playhouse was a compilation game made up of the puzzles from Trilobyte's games The 7th Guest, The 11th Hour, and Clandestiny. As a last ditch effort for some funding, Trilobyte combined all of the puzzles from the games that had made them big into one game, minus the storylines. The game did very badly, selling 27 copies in the US and only 176 copies worldwide.[1] It was the last game that Trilobyte put on the shelves.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Uncle Henry's Playhouse played like that of all the previous games: a simple point and click interface for puzzles. Unlike the others there was no storyline as it is just the puzzles from the preceding games.

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