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|Subject: Secret Mission: The Forgotten Island Tue Mar 30, 2010 5:32 pm|| |
Frogwares' latest Casual Adventure, Secret Mission: The Forgotten Island, has been released and is available for download. If you like the look of this new Casual Adventure, click on any of the Frogwares' game pictures on the forum Home page. Frogwares Development Studio is one of Adventure Point's partners so, at the same time, you'll be supporting Adventure Point.
Here's a review (courtesy of Golden T Studios), and a few screenshots; Secret Mission - The Forgotten Island Game Review
Secret Mission: The Forgotten Island is an adventure puzzle game that explores the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle. Help research scientist Chanel Flores explore an island that mysteriously appeared in the ocean, and discover the secrets that it has kept hidden for centuries!
A mysterious island has suddenly appeared in the Bermuda Triangle, and the US military has sent Chanel Flores to investigate. Unfortunately for the scientist, her plane's systems start to malfunction as she nears the island, and crashes onto the island! Luckily Chanel manages to parachute to safety and lands on the island pretty much unharmed. So begins her adventure of exploring the island and trying to get back to her ship.
As Chanel explores the island, she starts to discover that there's a mysterious force at work there, and that the island has appeared and disappeared over a few centuries (which is apparently due to a phenomenon known as the Hutchison Effect). Entwined in this mystery is a story of doomed forbidden love and a mystical shamanistic power. Your task is to help Chanel unravel these mysteries and help her escape the island.
The first thing that you will notice as you start playing The Forgotten Island is the video quality of the game. Unlike most casual games, this game can actually support very high screen resolutions and looks really clean and sleek (works great on my 1920x1200 LCD). And it doesn't hurt that the artwork in the game is very crisp and top-notch as well!
An Adventurer's strength flows from the Point'n'Click Force.But beware The Dark Side my friend.Anger,rage,aggression.The dark side of the gaming Force are they.Easily they flow,quick to join you in a fight.If once you start down the dark path of RPGs, Action-Adventures or . . eek! . . Casual Games (brrr!),forever will it dominate your destiny.Consume you it will,as it did Ethel,of whom we dare not speak for fear of instant expulsion from our true faith of Point'n'Click.
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|Subject: Re: Secret Mission: The Forgotten Island Tue Mar 30, 2010 6:03 pm|| |
Gelert thank you. Those screen shots are just stunning.
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|Subject: Re: Secret Mission: The Forgotten Island Wed Apr 07, 2010 12:47 am|| |
I thought I recognized those screenshots and sure enough, I already played this game last month and it was a fairly nice game. Not a rave, but worth playing, or so it seemd to me.
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