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Your question could be improved some example screenshots of adverts you've seen, otherwise it could really be anything. I think it's most likely that in the pay-per-word cramped space of a magazine trading advert, the phrase "with X-Drive" means the item comes with an external (or extra) floppy drive, which was a common Amiga expansion for A500/...


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In Europe the Amiga had a huge headstart: Europe was still riding the home-computer wave which was gone 1984 in the US but the Amiga had strong years in 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1990 there was no other computer available as powerful as the Amiga. You got the whole deal: superior graphics, superior sound and an OS, which felt like it came directly from the future....


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Cruise For A Corpse perhaps, if the hotel can be a cruise ship.


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deja_Vu_II:_Lost_in_Las_Vegas also comes to mind. You start off in a hotel; there are certainly doors that either required finding ways around or through but I feel like you needed to leave the hotel (after finding a way to win at Blackjack) to get to places with locked doors, so I'm guessing this wasn't it, but it was ...


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Midnight Rescue! is a game for a much younger target audience than the other stealth-and-sneaking games provided by other answerers, but was one of the few games my elementary school computer lab endorsed. It doesn't involve navigating a hotel, but a school, and I'm not sure if there is so much of an inventory system. Additionally, the game was released in ...


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Could this be Mortville Manor? You play the part of a detective investigating an unexplained death in a large manor. Part of the manor does resemble a hotel corridor: I'm not sure there's much "wood panelling" as such, but there certainly is a period decor: And I'm also not sure about a door being locked but it is the kind of game which would ...


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You might be thinking of Conspiracy / KGB. You play as a Soviet intelligence agent and explore lots of locations, many of them hotels. It's an exceptionally obtuse game with many ways to get stuck or fail, so I can definitely imagine your main memory of it being stuck.


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The Colonel’s Bequest? (Mild spoilers ahead) A point-and-click adventure by Sierra in which you play as an amateur detective, Laura Bow visiting her friend Lillian at her grandfather’s mansion, and peep through paintings to discover the other guests’ secrets: There are a number of doors in the game that the player cannot immediately walk through, including ...


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