Summary: Five great POGO titles and lots of other extras make this game great fun. I wish there was more games available and a little more internet interaction other than just transferring points to your POGO account. All-in-all, a good purchase.
Summary: This is a great game especially if you're already a fan of Pogo. The game play is very similar to how they are played on Pogo. Keep in mind that the challenge part of the game is way too easy for an adult. Other than that, this has been a great buy and was fantastic for a long trip abroad.
Conclusion: I find this game brilliant to relax with as I need very little brain to play it. The thing about the Island adventure and the quick play games is that the more you play them the more backgrounds and badges and tokens you get. I have now played the island adventure 6 times and gained all my word whomp badges, and three different backgrounds to the screens.
Summary: I bought this game on impulse because it was so cheap, and it has certainly proved a worthwhile choice! Basically, you play to escape an island by completing some puzzle/arcade type games, finishing up by flinging your friends onto the boat using a slingshot. There are five main puzzle games, 1. word whomp, in which you have to figure out the words which can be made from a series of letters given.
Excerpt: "...on-pack blurb I plumped for Pogo Island as it promised several mini-games that I thought might provide a break from the single game ones above. I played the game after my daughter was tucked up in bed, purely for research purposes and found that I now often pick it up when the telly is its usual dross. Included on the cartridge are five, single task games that each have selectable levels of difficulty and are a broad spread of type including one ...