Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle
"fun puzzles and minigames, offering an interesting coming-of-age story that deals with the loss of a loved one." - AdventureGamers.com
Adventure was always in her blood. From being a pirate captain’s daughter to becoming the Caribbean’s first female pirate captain herself; Morgane Castillo was never going to lead a boring life! Join Morgane as she grows up from an innocent 8 year old island girl to becoming the most famous pirate of the Caribbean!
Join her in her adventure as she seeks out the mysterious treasure of the Golden Turtle and help her solve the mysteries, puzzles, clues and outwit her enemies along the way. Help her recruit her crew, explore over 50 locations on 5 beautiful and exotic islands in the Caribbean sea but above all, try to keep her out of trouble…she is a pirate after all!
- A colourful and easy-to-play Point-and-Click adventure game
- Over 12 hours of storyline and gameplay written by award winning adventure game writer Steve Ince
- Explore 5 beautiful Caribbean islands
- Interact and chat with 40 unique characters in over 50 beautiful Caribbean locations
- 6 new mini-games and dozens of puzzles
- Immersive yourself into the 17th century Caribbean with true 1080p High Definition resolution
A pirate's life for me!Cooberstooge | Sept. 11, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
This is a game which really knows how to pay homage to one of the greats of adventure gaming, and does it very well, too. Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle has hours upon hours of fun, classic gameplay buried under an exterior modeled so closely on that of the old Monkey Island games, you'd swear that's who provided the visuals.
The story is absolutely fantastic, and classic pirate gaming fare. You follow the life story of the Caribbean's first female pirate, and nothing but wackiness and general insanity can but hope to ensue. Every single character is memorable, right from the main one on down to the guy you'll only chat once with.
Puzzles are intricate and varied, ensuring you won;t see too many of a similar type in a short span of time. They are often difficult, but not so much so that you'll give up in frustration. The mini games are always good fun, and I often found myself failing them because I was laughing a little too much to be paying attention.
If you're even remotely interested in pirates, get this one. You won't be regretting it.
Really fun!jeyko | Aug. 21, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
The first thing you will notice, is that Capitan Morgane is beautiful. The visual style is Monkey Island 3-ish and really digs you in. The story is awesome. It really hooks you. It's a little stereotypical but interesting nonetheless. But the game is a slowburner. You will spend the first hour bored to hell. But the Second Chapter kicks off nicely and adds a whole lot of fun. There are lot of places to explore and the puzzles are creative. If you like adventure games, get Captain Morgane. You will not be disappointed.