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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This had me challenged enough that I was stumped Running Sheep: Tiny Worlds couple of times and had to Cured a walkthrough. Some were easy, some were challenging. The storyline was pretty interesting. I love the way the Captain was a cross dresser and the sleeping pirate with the little cannibal boy watching over him. I found that I had to use the hint button on several occasions. Just fun and have a laugh playing it. Lifts the spirits. But like I said before, at least there is a "skip" button. Nothing wrong with that but this had everything fantastic about the first long, challenging, top quality but with Curser tongue firmy in cheek. The graphics are Burger Shop 2 catching, the puzzles are funny and the quest is Jewel Keepers. I enjoyed this WAY more than the first one. Thank goodness the hint recharged quickly. I like the graphics and storyline. You have to keep trying until he finally turns back into a parrot.
All in all a very impressive and rewarding game! That said, the game does have a reasonably long play time and is therefore worth the price. If you were lucky enough to play Plants Vs Zombies you will be familiar with a good belly laugh in the midst of a major challenge. I laughed out loud many times a cross-dressing pirate that winks at you in a hidden object scene? I couldn't wait for the next scene. Kids might like it. Keep them coming! Don't know if this is a glitch or what. Cursed pirates? I am really picky about the games I actually purchase, I have played hundreds and only have about 40 or so. The graphics are AMAZING, and you can choose whether you want relaxed or timed mode relaxed with alot of hints and timed with barely any , which I love. The relaxed mode makes it easier to skip puzzles - just sell your soul! Some of them are very well hidden.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sleepiswrong from One of my faves I love this game. The monkey turns into a variety Robinson Crusoe and the Cursed Pirates interesting things like a watermelon or a coconut AND usually has something to Magic Blast about it. I love the way the Captain was a cross dresser and the sleeping pirate with the little cannibal boy watching over him. Since not all of us have children, not every game should be revolved around them. Great value! I couldn't wait for the next scene. The hidden object scenes are creative and unique, not too difficult, but enough of a challenge that you don't just zip through them. The first is an exceptional game with heaps of minigames and outstanding graphics, but what I loved more about this game was that it is hilarious! That's rare so it gained my respect. First being the specific find tthe puzzle and only then the Robinzon hidden object. I just Robijson.
The storyline was pretty interesting. The mini-games are also fun and different than what you see over and over again in these type of games. You do revisit many of the scenes, but you are usually performing different actions each time, or searching for different things. One of the quests is to collect black spots to create a potion. Normally I like darker games, but this one has a humor and whimsy in it that I also really enjoy. I have never really liked the whole 'Pirate' thing. Kids might like it. I am really picky about the games I actually purchase, I have played hundreds and only have about 40 or so. The graphics were fantastic something always moving and going on and the mini games were fresh and challenging I had issues with function but as the directions for reviews that's not for this forum. I seemed to have to use a hint to find the last one quite a bit, even though it was readily identifiable when the hint pointed it out. There is nothing fancy about this game. I look forward to seeing more like this one.
Secondly, the story line and the music are both really cute and fun. Great HO scenes. Just fun and have a laugh playing it. There is a diversity when it comes to the puzzles- sometimes when a game is all hidden object I get bored. In all this game presents several challenges. Nothing wrong with that but this had everything fantastic about the first long, challenging, top quality but with it's tongue firmy in cheek. Never seemed to end with NEW games not a replaying the same scene over and over. First off, I read the 2 reviews that are on this game and I was still skeptical even though they were both raving about the game. You have to revisit each pirate to get their portion of the map into the maze. In the hidden objects game, you were given puzzles to play. Just a good ole fashioned game.. I have never really liked the whole 'Pirate' thing. I couldn't wait for the next scene.
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The first is an exceptional game with heaps of minigames and outstanding graphics, but what I loved more about this game was that it is hilarious! They put that effort into a the puzzles and HO's. The original was quite serious. Sure, it's pretty much centered around hidden object, but there are so many other types of puzzles that it keeps it interesting. So since the function issues may in deed be my computer It's darn near a 5 star HOG. The music and graphics are top quality too. Fun until the end. You really have to think. Some objects are difficult to find, but the hints recharge quickly enough that it's not that bad. You do revisit many of the scenes, but you are usually performing different actions each time, or searching for different things. One of the quests is to collect black spots to create a potion. Just as much fun the second time around. What was the last seriously challenging game that also had you laughing? Having said that this game is not so difficult that it is unrewarding and frustrating; it is a clever balance of both like the first one with the added bonus of having a great belly laugh along the way.