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  • Summary: Set out in search of the incredible treasure, but beware as your journey will be treacherous. The sequel to R.L. Stevenson's adventure. [DreamCatcher Interactive]
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  1. Positive: 8 out of 11
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  1. While it won't end up on any 'game of the year' lists, it is a satisfying and fun experience that frames beloved characters and settings within a nice extension of the original story.
  2. Boasting an incredible story, great presentation and fun, sensible puzzles, this is one game that fans of the genre and fans of the classic story have to play.
  3. Destination: Treasure Island stands alone for its “invention” system. I haven’t played a game ever that allowed me to take apart a perfectly useful tool to use it parts for something else then turn around and put it back together to use it as it was intended before in my life.
  4. Even with its heavy puzzle element, Destination: Treasure Island is a grand adventure. If players don't get snagged up on the rocks of a few of the tougher puzzles, they should be able to make it through the game in several sittings; once you get hooked you'll hardly want to break for the bathroom.
  5. If you liked Myst and you like pirates, go buy Destination: Treasure Island, this is one adventure game that can be saved from walking the plank.
  6. Sensible puzzles and an adventurous story make Destination: Treasure Island a treat for all ages.
  7. This is a game that will only satisfy the most die-hard of adventure fanatics. This game lacks the essential spark of life to make an adventure game come to life.

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  1. Mike
    Sep 5, 2007
    Oh this golden novel of sweet childhood, i've been re-reading this adventure bool time and time again and there was always a sense of joy to read it as if i was re-liveing the advanture my self. At last a game designers started to convert Classic novels into games. Oh i got and idea, guys who made Treasure Island one how about Jules Verne's Mysterious Island !!! i ts will be a great addition to to series !!!! Expand