Title Deja Vu II, Lost in Las Vegas Game Type Adventure Company Icom Simulations, Inc. (1988) Players 1 Compatibility All (AGA?) Submission firstname.lastname@example.org Review This game is one of the early Graphic Adventures, basically just an old style text adventure, with some additions. Including mostly static pictures for each location, and a simple point and click interface, with two button control. It does suffer from not working unless you put the arrow in EXACTLY the right spot. You play a private eye, who owes the mob 100,000 big ones, and has to pay up in 7 days. You start off in a Hotel Room in Las Vagas, having lost your memory. A couple of mobsters soon refresh it for you. You have a few dollars, which you can gamble up enough to buy a train ticket, after you've solved some problems. Then you can go to other cities like Chicago, and Los Angeles. You can also wander around the desert, I don't know whether this is for fun, or if there are any problems to solve there. I never solved the game, partly due to the cumbersome interface, and partly because I didn't find the story all that interesting. I only actually tried the game because it came free with my Amiga. The game package comes with a few plastic masks of the detective.