Travel to the four corners of the world with Brian and Gina in a crazy story packed full of surprises. Pirates, spies, surfers, soldiers, and even aliens get in on the act - all combining to create a wonderfully rewarding experience to savour and remember forever!Read full description
Travel to the four corners of the world with Brian and Gina in a crazy story packed full of surprises. Pirates, spies, surfers, soldiers, and even aliens get in on the act - all combining to create a wonderfully rewarding experience to savour and remember forever!
With loveable characters, rib-cracking humour, brain-tickling puzzles and stunning graphics, Runaway, The Dream of the Turtle is a glorious sight to behold.
Runaway, The Dream of the Turtle is an adventure game that is a pure pleasure to play.
© 2006 Pendulo Studios and Focus Home Interactive. Published by Focus Home Interactive. All rights reserved.
Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle continues the story of Brian Basco. After escaping the mob with Gina, the two protagonists are living it up on a Caribbean Island. But trouble catches up with them, and once again it will be up to Brian to get the both of them out of their new predicament. The Dream of the Turtle bears many similarities to its predecessor. Again, you'll find yourself playing an old school point and click game in the vein of Monkey Island and Broken Sword, with a gripping storyline to follow and wealth of puzzles to solve. However, the new setting and characters make the game feel fresh, as does the additional pinch of nonsensical the guys at Pendulo decided to add when they were writing the script for this game. While sometimes in A Road Adventure the solutions to the puzzles followed a somewhat oddball logic, the whole game revolved around an ultimately realistic (or at least possible) plot. On the contrary, The Dream of the Turtle delves into science-fiction at times, which may surprise you at first but eventually doesn't alter the appeal that the franchise has on old time fans. The humor is still here after all, and that (coupled with the well-known difficulty of the puzzles in this series) is all that matters. Don't hesitate to add this game to your point and click collection!
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