The 7th Guest: Remastered

Last updated on May 26th, 2023 at 10:30 pm

The 7th Guest: Remastered


The 7th Guest: Remastered is one of the best $5.99 to play game in the App Store.
Developed by Liron Barzilai, The 7th Guest: Remastered is a Puzzle game with a content rating of 12+.
It was released on 2nd April 2019 with the latest update 10th April 2019

Whether you are a fan of Puzzle, Adventure, games, you will find this game interesting and will absolutely like it.


480 people have rated 1.0.2

You can download the game The 7th Guest: Remastered from APP STORE.


The famous game remastered in a new 25th Anniversary Edition!
The father and mother of all ‘Haunted Mansion’ games!
Winner of multiple gaming awards and “No. 1 Rated Game of 1994”.
"Stunning and revolutionary graphics; a slice of history for adventure fans." – Adventure Gamers
"The new standard in interactive entertainment." – Bill Gates (Founder of Microsoft Corporation, 1993)

Henry Stauf’s mansion has been abandoned for as long as anyone dare remember. Stauf was a master toy maker, a maker of amazing puzzles and this strange, eerie, mansion was his greatest creation.
It stands empty, rotting ever since children started dying with his toys near them, ever since six guests came and were never seen again.

Now, you are in the house, moving from one room to another, trying to remember and trying to forget. Because Stauf’s game isn’t over. There were six guests the world knew about – and there was one other.
The mansion of horror comes to life again and only you can end this mad nightmare and learn the secret of the 7th guest.

The game features:

  • Groundbreaking use of full-motion video and dialogue recorded by live actors in a terrifyingly virtual environment.
  • Bizarre puzzles to solve and games to play.
  • 22 stunningly rendered, devilishly surprising, 3-D rooms await you in this fully explorable haunted mansion.

‘25th Anniversary Edition’ features:

  • Totally new, much praised, game play controls that were built from the ground up for touch-screens.

    • Hotspot based with the option to highlight all hotspots in each game screen.
    • Skip quickly any scene.
    • Completely new map, which can be access directly from the game screen
  • Completely new game menus and save/load system

  • Three Music options: The praised, orchestrated, music score re-mastered or the original score in high quality Midi recording or Adlib

  • Much improved voice acting audio and all-new, optional subtitles

  • High-end graphics upscaling (xBR filter) for high-resolution displays

  • Optional retro settings: play with original graphics, original music and even the original controls (mouse pointer)

  • A lot of extras:

  • ‘The Making of’ featurette
  • 19 Deleted Scenes and 34 Deleted Audio Parts
  • Comprehensive Soundtrack: 36 Tracks to add to your music collection!
  • ‘The 7th Guest’ Novel (157 pages)
  • The Original Script (104 pages), ‘The Stauf Files’ booklet (20 pages), Original Game Manual (41 pages)
  • Multiple languages (ALL included without additional payment):
    English voice acting, with or without English, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish or Hebrew subtitles
    German voice acting with or without German subtitles
    French voice acting with or without French subtitles
    Russian voice acting with or without Russian subtitles

The 25th Anniversary Edition produced and developed by MojoTouch © 2014-2019 all rights reserved.
Licensed from Trilobyte Games, LLC – the original game developer. An Oregon-based corporation.
Uses ScummVM which is protected under GNU-GPL v2. For more information please visit MojoTouch website.

Updated on 10th April 2019

Better Easter Egg Implementation (both the old codes of PC and CD-i works).
Did you guys find it yet ?

Original Opening Credits (restored)
Voice audio cracks
Music not playing (or playing the wrong music) on some scenes
Martine Bath Scream (restored)
Double hotspots on Spiders Puzzle
Microscope Puzzle completely not mandatory (can just continue to the Knives Puzzles)
Some Italian subtitles

The 7th Guest: Remastered Reviews

So many memories brought back from our childhood. As an adult, we realize now that the story is a bit off, but we dont care. The puzzles are still fun.

We were very excited to play this game, but there is no sound. Very disappointed.

This was our favorite childhood game. Played it for hours.

Wow. Sam game we had 25 years ago. Love it and great job. Thank you.

We were hesitant to get this since seeing all the reviews that say theres no sound, but we got it and have played it at least 10 times now, and the sound is actually there! Sometimes if we go to a different room sometimes, the sound cuts out, but its fixed just by going to another room again. But usually, the sound is absolutely perfect! Im using ipados 14.1 if anyone wonders. Awesome game! 5 stars!

This game is as great today as it was 25 years ago. The music is worth the cost alone.

This game is still as enjoyable from a nostalgic perspective as it is for a first time viewing. The amount of effort and love put into this game back in the day still shows. This was early CD ROM days, you guys. They had a full score on MIDI! We have yet to find a game as fun to play or one where an old man tanuts your intellect. There’s a reason why it keeps coming back, it’s pure joy.

This is a great haunted house puzzler, revolutionary when it first came out (and yes, we played it back then). Its hardly fair to compare graphics, video and sound technology across decades – those seem primitive now. Its the concept (creepy back story, then immersion with clever puzzles that provide more creepy video clues about the over-arching mystery) that makes this classic worth spending a few hours on, 25+ years later. One MAJOR snag, unfortunately: The game works fine on our old iPad 2 (10.3.4) and iPhone 6s (13.6), but we cant get ANY sound on our iPad Pro 12.9 3d generation (13.5.1). We suspect that its using a sound library/API that was deprecated at some point after OS 10 for iPad?? The device obviously has something to do with it, since it does work on our iPhone – dont know about the newer iPhones, though! We hope that the author tackles this – please!! – it will be a shame if nobody can enjoy this on any newer, larger screen.

Works just fine on our iPhone 12 PM. Everything is as we remember it from the original release, and it’s just as… Moody. :) One request: in the CD ROM release we had the music including the extra tracks (feat Cotton Mather IIRC). The music is here too but apparently only playable in the app. Would LOVE to be able to export those tracks to our Apple Music library. This app is a win.

Great old nostalgia piece. From what we’ve played so far, this is that old, gothic, brilliant, trendsetting puzzle game from the 90s on par with Myst. One apparent star loosing glitch appears to be with the audio. If your device is on silent, then the game has no audio. There is an inherent logic there, but apps will sound audio regardless of device silent setting (ie Zoom). If this is how iOS and iPadOS handle audio files these days, fine, but it seems there should be some faq relating to that, if the glitch is unfixable.

We previously gave it 2 stars, cause it was out of sync with the character segments and their voices. We just finished playing the whole game (with a little help from our old strategy Guide), and found it wasnt as bad. We Guest its the best that could be done, to make this game as memorable and spooky as possible. Thanks.

After playing games like The Room and its sequels, this feels positively primitive. Also very slow, as youre forced to wait through various films. We quit after 10 minutes. Definitely not worth the $4.99!

It wouldnt heal bad if it didnt crash in the middle of apuzzle.

We dont know how this is considered a remaster with so many lingering issues still haunting the gameplay. Sure, you can skip audio and video sequences, but Stauf will still repeat the same corny joke dozens of times while you work through a puzzle. Dont take all KNIGHT repeated forty times while solving the knights puzzle, for example. In some rooms, the clickable zones are very hard to hit, such as the cards in the magicians room and the floor in the foyer, and you end up zooming across the house erroneously. Most embarrassing of all, the smoothing that was promised as part of the remaster holds up in very few areas. Once you advance to the laboratory, nursery and attic, its as choppy as the CD-ROM and the audio/video fails to sync up. We had many restarts for the app in order to simply get any audio at all to restore, as it would occasionally fail without reason. This is overall an incredibly lazy and disappointing remaster of a classic game. The original CD-ROM allowed you to replay any puzzle after you complete the endgame. Thats not possible here either, as you get stuck in the attic if you reload past the credits. The best iOS port for the 7th Guest, in our opinion, would be a concise way to play through any of the great puzzles in this classic game, with a focused effort on improved controls and limited/eliminated audio interruptions.

We loved this game in the 90s and was excited to see it again. But for $5.99 we expected it to work more than once. Its played pretty well the first time, but when we opened the app to play a second time the sound was gone. Tried settings, cant get sound to work. We would prefer a fix, but if Its not going to work, then a refund should be in order.

Im old enough to have played the original, though we never did. Perhaps the repetitive dialog, halting gameplay, and difficult navigation are true recreations. But unless this is a trip down memory lane dont bother.

We loved this game years ago on our PC and wanted to love it here but there are so many issues. Twice we’ve gone to load a Saved Game only to discover it was no longer there and we had to start the game over from the beginning. We were hoping the glitches had been worked out but apparently not.

Good port but you are blocked from accesding any other room after you complete the crypt.

There is no sound!!!! We bought this game for the iPad a few years ago and it worked fine. Then it was taken off the iPad store so we could no longer play it, and now we bought this remastered version, and THERE IS NO SOUND!

Im an idiot. Should have read all of the reviews. NO SOUND. Fix it already!

Terrible on the iPhone. It freezes our phone on puzzles and certain ones cannot be completed because of it.

Our sound isnt working. Hard to follow a silent game.

We just purchased and downloaded this game twice thinking there was a glitch. There’s so sound!

Terrible graphics and no sound.

There is no audio for this appwhat a disappointmenthow do,I get our money backits garbage without audio.

Like others have said, theres no sound on the game and this doesnt seem to be a fixable problem for some people. We emailed support and never received a reply. Download at your own risk because it might work for you and it might not.

We love the acting in this game. Its just so charming. What a great memory. Being able to play a 1gb version of 7th Guest on a handheld device that performs faster and smoother than the original would blow our 1994 mind LOL. We wish that the original models could have been used to render a free 3d environment instead of the pre-rendered scenes, and remastering the cut scenes would be great, too. Id pay $25-30 for that version. Still – not having to wait for a cd to load on a pentium really ups the enjoyability.

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