7-128 Software Releases the Visit Salem Travelogue Video Game
SALEM – 7-128 Software today released its Visit Salem travelogue video game.
Visit Salem is a virtual tour of Salem, Massachusetts.
You walk the streets of Salem, hearing its sounds, entering its shops, restaurants, museums, and other attractions.
You can hear interviews with museum directors, city officials, historians, merchants, restauranteurs, and others who create the ambience that is Salem.
Visit Salem includes:
A tour of the McIntire Historical District, visiting its Federalist houses
A walk through Salem Willows Park, including the fun arcade
An interactive interview with Salem's Mayor
The Official Witch of Salem explaining Witchcraft
A scavanger hunt
A virtual Pub Crawl, including Irish music, sea chanties, Reggea, and dance music
Ghost stories, real and imagined
Pirates, privateers, witches, spooky stuff
Salem's July Fourth celebration, complete with fireworks
Re-enactments of Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne
The history behind the Salem Witch Trials
Audio and text histories of Colonial times, the Indies trade, Hawthorne, Bowditch, and other historical figures
The stories behind Salem's monuments and historic places
Where to shop, dine, be entertained, and stay; parking, public restrooms, and child-friendly attractions
Restaurant menus, hours of operation for Salem attractions
Places the locals go, hidden gems and unexpected delights
Visit Salem contains over 6 hours of interviews, voiceovers, music, and stories. It has over 600 photos of 180 Salem locations in seven neighborhoods.
Visit Salem requires Windows XP or Vista, and a computer with at least a Pentium III, 512 Mb RAM, 1024 x 768 monitor, and an 8x CD drive.
Visit Salem is available on CD at www.7128.com and in Salem shops.
ABOUT 7-128 Software
7-128 Software a small Salem software company that unique in that many of its mainstream videogames are designed from the start to be playable also by the blind, the deaf, or the motion impaired.
Its more than 30 games include the Inspector Cyndi in Newport series, word games, and puzzle games. It’s game, Here comes the Duck! is possibly the only computer game anywhere playable by a blind two-year old.
Salem, MA September, 2009
For more information contact:
Cynthia A. Geller V.P. Marketing and Sales 7-128 Software