Harlan Ellison: I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
DOS - 1995
Also released on: Mac
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Description of Harlan Ellison: I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
Harlan Ellison: I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream, a really nice adventure game sold in 1995 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Mac, time to play a cyberpunk / dark sci-fi, horror, post-apocalyptic, real-time, licensed title, graphic adventure and regional differences video game title.
Inspired by the short novel I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream by Harlan Ellison. Read it here.
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Comments and reviews
Arlan Hallison 2020-02-11 1 point DOS version
You know there is a rollback feature on GOG?
just deactivate "always update to newest version" (or something like that) and you can choose which version you ever want (an old DOSBox version preferably, GOG-1 is good).
copy NoMouth.dat (that's the CD) and burn it to a CD-R
OR copy the contents of the image to a directory on your DOS rig and use an old tool like 0cd or fakecd to emulate it.
Modern mounting tools like shcdhd86 don't work, unfortunately.
Pissed 2019-02-11 2 points DOS version
GoG and Steam are both using ScummVM version. There is no executable to run on my DOS / Win 98se rig. I prefer real hardware over emulators. It was a waste of money for me. Is it possible to add missing needed files for those who purchased the game?
KC 2018-08-30 0 point DOS version
I can not get the sound to work. I am playing the game through Boxer, but there does not seem to be any sound set up for the game.
A helpful person 2016-04-05 1 point DOS version
wish it was the full version with the exe's and all that. found that somewhere else though on an .iso file
The bro 2016-03-21 -9 points
Nice game. Shame it was made in 1995. With modern grapichs it would be the best.
kissKIZZkiss 2016-02-13 -2 points
don't waste your time with this vaporware, it doesn't work in dosbox OR scummVM, it seems to be broken somehow,if anyone finds a working copy elsewhere please let us know.
Jadence 2015-11-09 3 points DOS version
I watched CinnamonToastKen play this game. I really loved the story of a computer taking over the world, so I wanted to play it for myself just for fun. Thanks for the upload!
Tron 2015-10-27 0 point
Strangely, I like the game better than the novella. If they ever make a movie, which they should've seriously done a decade and half earlier, it ought to revolve around the game.
12 2015-03-16 1 point DOS version
does this game works on windows 7....
i have downloaded the"EN-42 MIB" file what should i do ??
ryrypm 2014-01-16 2 points DOS version
The only perpous I'm going to play this is because my life isn't stressing enough at the moment lol
admin 2013-09-09 2 points DOS version
Now available on GOG with full voices and music, go get it!
scrondogster 2013-02-28 1 point DOS version
I'm new to this, and I downloaded Boxer. How do I open it to play it? AAAARGH
gridsleep 2013-01-06 0 point DOS version
Thanks for this. Those who do not remember the past... &c.
Guest 2012-09-19 -2 points DOS version
The info file says: "CD-RiP: Voices and Music were removed. The rest is all here!"
adalt007 2012-08-05 0 point DOS version
I don't think this download has a file called midi.ini that is required for the sound to work, because Dosbox could not initialize it and when I went to find it, it was nowhere to be found.
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Harlan Ellison: I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream was also released on the following systems:
- Year: 1995
- Publisher: Cyberdreams, Inc., Night Dive Studios, LLC
- Developer: Dreamers Guild, The
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