Developer Trilobyte Games, who most notably released the classic adventure title The 7th Guest [$4.99] to the App Store a couple of years back, is bringing another old-school interactive adventure to iOS this week. It's called Tender Loving Care and it was originally released by Aftermath Media back in 1999. It promises an interactive movie experience unlike anything else out there, with a near-infinite number of possible plot outcomes based on how you interact with the game. Check out the trailer to get an idea of what Tender Loving Care is like.

There's still a very "90s CD-Rom game" cheesiness to Tender Loving Care, which is to be expected from a 13 year old game, but you can see that the production values and work that went into bringing a movie to this level of interactivity really surpasses what I've seen from similar games over the years. If this has piqued your interest, then look for Tender Loving Care to hit the App Store tomorrow on October 9th, which might actually mean as early as 11pm EST tonight due to the usual time zone release wackiness.

  • ImJPaul

    Very 90's. I can't believe that was 1999. It looks more dated then that by the music and styles/hairstyles etc. looks interesting however. We'll see on this one.

    • ducksFANjason

      Lol I know! The style and music harken back to at least 94... Halfway through those dated scenes I expected to see a fanny pack and some pogs.

  • http://twitter.com/JohannAffendy Johann Affendy

    Hey wait a minute. I think I used to watch this on a late night television slot. Is it a game adaptation of a movie or what?

  • Briker Ed

    Can we just have an option to watch the film without having to watch all the slow transitions? 'Back then' I don't think I'd mind any of it, but it's an old concept that was very limited. However, people didn't know better, it was still somewhat fresh, and worked fine on PC monitors. Today, on the go, not so much. All that aside, it's at least nice having a chance to (re)play some of these games on modern devices. . . .

  • http://twitter.com/muzboz Murray Lorden

    I KINDA hoped these games had died in the 90's.

    But HEY, some people might still enjoy it, and I'm not one to tell someone else how to have fun.  :)

    And that being said, I'm a big fan of adventure games, like King's Quest 3.  :)

  • Spamstic

    Looks like the start of a very interesting plot driven porno. Seriously though if they got John Hurt involved it cant be all that bad.