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Robinson Crusoe and the Cursed Pirates

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$ 9.99 USD

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Robinson Crusoe and his friend Friday are back in their greatest adventure yet in Robinson Crusoe and the Cursed Pirates! After escaping the inhabited island, Robinson Crusoe sets sail for Brazil. Four weeks later, however, he and Friday encounter an uncharted land mass in the middle of the ocean. Take on the undead pirates and find a cure for a mysterious voodoo curse in this Hidden Object Adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.5
  • CPU: 800 Mhz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 203 MB
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Robinson Crusoe and the Cursed Pirates 4.2 5 25 25
Okay hidden object search game Compared to the first Robinson Crusoe story this game sure is a great improvement - if you are wondering which one to buy I would recommend skipping the first part and taking only this one. Here is why; graphics, map/gameplay area, puzzles and hidden object scenes are way better planned and executed in this new version. Story is minimal so most of the time is spent either in hidden object search or solving puzzles. There really is no adventure aspect in this game, and no inventory to be gathered but all items are immediately used in the same location. Puzzle complexity is challenging enough and instructions are not available (at least in expert mode) so be ready to figure out what to do with a group of symbols or buttons or colours or whatever the puzzle ahead happens to be about.. Hidden object scenes are a bit overcluttered to my liking but manageable in this game. This game is quite easy going, very little scary parts (and them mostly random skulls or other skeleton parts) and most of the time the game tone is either neutral or positive making this a potential game for playing with children. For expert players this game is easy or very easy but can be tentatively recommended if you are only looking for spending some time with a relaxed style game. December 30, 2012
Boring at the beginning It got interested at the end of it. It was Soooo Boring at the beginning that I wanted to stop. To be specific, the boring/annoying part was when he was collecting the black spots. The visual quality could be much more better. January 26, 2013
didn't like it I found the objects in the HO scenes too hard to find even in easy level. March 29, 2012
hate it you can't even see the things that you need to collect it's either to little or to dark to see anything at all. the worst game that i've ever play most of these games are getting worst May 6, 2013
Awful game 3 minutes of feeding rodents to an owl. Who knew after 5 minutes I would hate a game so much I would erase it? Don't bother with this one. Stupid! November 24, 2011
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