Scratches Director’s Cut 2.0.0.10

Scratches Director’s Cut DRM-Free Download – PC Game – Full GOG Version

Title: Scratches Director’s Cut
Genre(s): adventure / fpp / detective-mystery
Works on: Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8)
Modes: Single-player
Released: May 23, 2007
Company: Nucleosys / Meridian4

About This Game

The game tells the story of the Blackwood mansion, located on the outskirts of Rothbury, a small town in the English county of Northumberland.

In 1963, the house was acquired by James T. Blackwood. But after he was accused of murdering his wife, the mansion came into the possession of Christopher Milton. A few days later, Blackwood died of a heart attack, although city gossip claims he took his own life. The police closed the case without finding evidence. Shortly after buying the house, in 1970, Christopher Milton disappears without a trace.

The player takes control of the next home owner Michael Arthheit, an up-and-coming writer who seeks the seclusion to work on his new book. Arriving at the house, he immediately discovers that the building still contains traces of his dark past: a strange rustle is heard everywhere, especially from the basement and fireplaces; so Michael soon becomes more interested in studying the history of the house than in his book …

Game features:

✔ Full director’s cut of the original game with a new chapter of the already famous and exciting story called “The Last Visit”, in which you will once again have to return to an inhospitable mansion as reporter Peter Banks, who decided to carefully deal with the earlier dark events.

✔ Higher screen resolution with completely revamped graphics.

✔ Completely new character control system.

✔ A shocking and previously unseen alternative ending.

✔ Extremely realistic weather effects.

✔ Rewritten script from the very first steps in the game.

✔ New secrets and puzzles.

✔ Improved soundtrack to the original game, complete with new songs from Cellar of Rats.

System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:
OS: Windows® XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7
Processor: 1.0 GHz CPU
Memory: 256MB
Hard Disk Space: 500MB
Video Card: OpenGL 1.2 compatible with 64MB RAM
DirectX®: 9.0c
Sound: Sound card with DirectX 9.0c support

Recommended Requirements:
OS: Windows® XP / Vista™ / Windows® 7
Processor: 1.0 GHz CPU
Memory: 256MB
Hard Disk Space: 500MB
Video Card: OpenGL 1.2 compatible with 64MB RAM
DirectX®: 9.0cSound: Sound card with DirectX 9.0c support

Game Media

ScreenShots from the Game:

Scratches Director's Cut screenshot 1

Scratches Director's Cut screenshot 2

Scratches Director's Cut screenshot 3

Additional Information

FREE GOG PC GAMES PRESENTS

Scratches Director’s Cut (c) Nucleosys / Meridian4

The game tells the story of the Blackwood mansion, located on the outskirts of Rothbury, a small town in the English county of Northumberland. In 1963, the house was acquired by James T. Blackwood. But after he was accused of murdering his wife, the mansion came into the possession of Christopher Milton. A few days later, Blackwood died of a heart attack, although city gossip claims he took his own life. The police closed the case without finding evidence. Shortly after buying the house, in 1970, Christopher Milton disappears without a trace.

More info here: delisted via gog

How to Easily Download & Install Scratches Director’s Cut

  1. Click the link below to download the no activation DRM-Free GOG Game.
  2. Wait until client finishes downloading to 100% and then locate the file/s folder.
  3. Follow this steps to install the game:
    Run or Double click setup_scratches_directors_cut_2.0.0.10. exe
  4. Thats it, play and enjoy!
  5. If you like this game please support the developers by BUYING IT!

You can visit our FAQs page for more help and solutions if you have a problem.

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Size: 1.05 GB
Scratches Director’s Cut v2.0.0.10 [GOG]

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Handless
1 year ago

Thank you FGPG, i wanted to play this game for a while, it’s the only game i know that was developed in my country.

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Jack Hammer
1 year ago

I still have the cd-rom but, ironically, “scratched” too bad and unplayable, so thank you.