Yes indeed: Today, in this modern age, still a website to promote a very old game (-:
Why? Because it is one of the most enjoyable adventures/puzzle games ever made available. It was released 24 years ago and even might seem a tad simple compared with nowadays productions, but it is still quite cunning. If you can cope with forgetting about your modern graphics and return to the time of the EGA video adapter, you might just find quite some enthusiasm in a great game.
This type of game, adventures, is quite dead. It averagely requires a good eye for detail, and demands you to live the imagination of the game. Without it, you would be missing the details and thus the fun.
In this game, you play the role of the very courteous and polite Laura Bow. The story begins as a friend of you invites to for the weekend to join her to an old and creepy mansion of her relative Colonel Dijon. The old man will present his will this weekend and thus a family reunion. Within this weekend the atmosphere of social relations is heavily influenced by the dividing of his wealth and things will lead up to treachery and murder.
Your job will be to investigate the full situation... from the tiniest quarrel up to every aspect that leads to the murders. This does not just consists of overhearing conversations and finding objects, but you will need to ask questions based upon this and consult others about your observations. Also understand that not just you as a viewer needs to take notice of events, but make Laura Bow see those as well.
Not all experiences and objects immediately lead to a higher score or even a really better understanding of the story plot, but almost anything can be used further on or can help to understand the story as it thickens with time. Inspect scenery and objects with great scrutiny.
A more detailed introduction of the game storyline, without critical giveaways or spoilers, is found here: Game Story.