Good news: thanks to Hammer, the 11th REALmagic game has been recovered - "Conspiracy" (better known as "KGB" by its 1992 floppy version) by Cryo Interactive! I have uploaded it to Archive.org.
Bad news: it does not work in DOSBox ReelMagic Fork for now.
This release, in difference from "Entity", is quite official - but it still appears somewhat strange and not quite polished for me. The authors had even left some sources files on disk, alongside with their bug notes addressed to Sigma Designs and other insiders' texts.
But it does work (well, mostly) on the real hardware (I have tried both ReelMagic Lite and Maxima) - and I hope it would not be difficult to make it work in DOSBox ReelMagic Fork as well!
So, here are the problems I see:
1) The MPEG version somehow does not want to work in DOSBox ReelMagic Fork. The game plays as a regular non-MPEG CD version there, with bad videos. I think it is something similar to "Entity" as the game uses its own FMPLOAD.COM on the CD to launch the driver FMPLOAD.EXE - maybe it conflicts with the DOSBox built-in driver? jrdennisoss, I hope you will have time to take a look, please 😀 I attach the LOG. Again, everything is fine with the real cards on old PCs - the non-interlaced videos are great!
2) The second problem is worse as it happens on the real hardware as well: there are no music or sound in the game itself (only in the MPEG videos)! It seems like an original bug to me as the in-game options do not allow to turn sound or music OFF - they are constantly ON there (and still silent).
On the other hand, the subtitles for videos are displayed regardless of their options being set to ON or OFF (and with the regular CD version, if I remember it correctly, the situation is exactly opposite - there are no subtitles in 'Help' videos even if the option is set to ON).
Also, the install allows to change the game language to French, German or Spanish - but it does not seem to work either, i.e. the game is always in English. Probably not a bug - they could have chosen not to include other translations from the regular CD-version for some reason. But it would be nice if music could be turned on in the MPEG version! I do not actually remember any sound effects in this game besides the videos.