Survival horror game set during season 7 of The X-Files (1993). Scully and Mulder travel to Red Falls, Colorado to look for two missing teenage girls accused of witchcraft only to find the place infested with black oil zombies.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fox Mulder (voice)
Dana Scully (voice)
Melvin Frohike (voice)
John Byers (voice)
Alex Krycek (voice)
Charles Burks (voice)
Arlene Warren ...
Skinner's Assistant (voice) (as Arlene Pileggi)
Mary Astadourian ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Maya Blume ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Ben Borth ...
Additional Voices (voice)


FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully travel to the town of Red Falls, in the Rocky Mountains, to investigate a series of murders committed by a man supposedly raised from the dead by two teenage sisters that the superstitious townsfolk suspect of witchcraft. Mulder believes that the girls are innocent and hopes to find them before the angry locals lynch them. However, the town turns out to be infested by rage zombies and Mulder and Scully's investigation into this zombie outbreak only leads to further mysteries involving an alien artifact, Krycek, a doomsday cult from Tunguska, Siberia and subsequently an alien spacecraft buried beneath the surface of the Earth, where the two agents must stop the "black oil" alien virus from taking control of the planet. This survival horror game consists of three parts that are presented like three connected mythology arc episodes of the show. The first part or episode is set in the town of Red Falls. The second episode is completely ... Written by Lee Jamilkowski

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21 May 2004 (Germany)  »

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The key to the post office box that Mulder finds has numbers 1013, which is both the name of Chris Carter's production company and his date of birth, October 13th. See more »


Dana Scully: [after curing Mulder of the zombie virus] I suppose that rules out a supernatural involvement.
Fox Mulder: Just because there's a scientific cure, doesn't rule out a supernatural cause.
Dana Scully: I should have stuck the needle in your ass.
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References The X-Files: Triangle (1998) See more »

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Awesome game, full of spirit of show
5 April 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I first heard they were making a new X-Files game, I was a little wary, thinking of the last effort (see the 8-disc set sitting on top of my computer). So when playing this game, I was very happy to see the spirit of the show fulfilled so well. The game is packed with inside jokes for X-Philes (i.e, all the street names correspond with episode titles) but the game really comes through in the humor provided by the characters to break up the tension. I thought I was going to fall off my couch laughing when Mulder and Scully provided their seperate interpretations of how the adult video section of a video store measured up to Mulder's collection. Another bright spot is the autopsies conducted by Scully. This game really puts you through the paces to create weapons based on her findings - you have to analyze the results, combine in the right proportions, then combine 3 other objects just to load the gun. In summary, I highly reccomend this game, especially to any true fans.

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