Summary: A nice long game with a good mix of puzzles and hidden objects. My biggest problem is the navigation form scene to scene is slow and cumbersome. you can't jump to scenes from a map, but must go through many scenes to get from place to place. Slows the play too much.
Summary: I bought this for my mother. She enjoyed playing it very much. I had to assist her in several spots to move on. There were no problems with the game freezing up as in some of the other reviews. Game length 9+ hrs. Also, Atlanta Gamer provides a good review.
Summary: The game starts with a prologue where a student intern goes to a remote island to help a mad scientist create mutated plants...it doesn't end well. The story then jumps forward several years to the main part of the game where you and a group of your friends go sailing, get lost in a storm and end up...
Summary: I'm starting by admitting that I am a "dark comedy" fan. When you get to be eaten by a carnivorous plant in the first act you know it will be fun. The game goes somehow in the classic mad scientist script but in a very colorful exotic environment.
Summary: This game is not perfect but it was thoroughly enjoyable for the right reasons. I liked that it was in 3 acts like a play. I enjoyed the curtain call at the end. Those of you who are click-haters will not like it.
Summary: If i could give points for the professional review written here, it would get 5 stars from me. Everything is exactly as described - and has been written in such a cute and entertaining mannor.