On a clear night with a full moon, you and your sister have found a glowing butterfly. In cautious rememberance of a warning from your grandmother, you remind your sister that to look at a glowing butterfly for too long will result in turning into a butterfly yourself. She doesn't seem to care, though, as the butterfly takes off with her in pursuit. Headed toward an evil elm tree your grandmother also warned you about, you gasp in fear. As you follow her, you see that she has tailed the butterfly into a mansion you swear was not there before.
In Mansion of Hidden Souls, it's up to you to enter this mansion and find your sister. The task proves to be much more difficult than it may seem, however, as you encounter more glowing butterflies, each of which can speak. Some may be friendly -- but some are not.
The first-person view of the game takes you from room to room, gathering items and clues as you progress. Items include keys, diaries (used to save your progress), and a clock showing how much time you have until your sister is never to be seen again. Only you can save her from the Mansion of Hidden Souls.
PLAYERS: 1 Player
GENRE: Action, Adventure
RATING: GA (General Audience)
RELEASE YEAR: 1994