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Treasure Island - The Gold Bug
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Inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel.

1827 – William Legrand, son of a fallen family, came to Sullivan Island, South Carolina, to flee the misery.

Wandering on the island, he discovers a rare bug, made of gold. He uses a piece of paper to take it. At night, he draws the bug on this same piece of paper, as he is explaining the adventure to his friend Edgar, standing in front of the fireplace.

As William takes back the paper, he realises that symbols appeared on it. It must be an invisible ink, revealed by the heat. From that moment, William thinks it is a Pirate’s document: Captain Kidd’s coded instructions to his hidden treasure… Help William find it!

A THRILLING ADVENTURE:
The bug discovery is only a start. Help William decipher the message left by Captain Kidd! Understand the meaning of the codes used in the message, find your way to the different places, and finally dig out the treasure trunk!

USEFUL HINTS:
Use the Hint: a shiny halo helps you to find one of the objects.
No more hints? Not enough time? Find the bonus stars hidden in the scenes to get more hints or time!

MAGNIFICIENT SETS:
Discover Sullivan Island and its darkest places: William’s crumbling shed, the Devil’s Rock, the forest and its wild life, the desert beach, the Bessops manor in ruins… but also the Charleston fortress on the continent.
  • 18 places to observe
  • Mini-games: decipher a coded message; find your way thanks to a compass…
  • 3 profiles management
  • 2 game modes: Classics and Time Attack
  • Best scores on line
  • Search of objects (list, identical objects)
  • Help: zoom on selected screens, limited number of reloading hints, bonus stars
  • Magnificent sets: high resolution images
Component Min Required Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the Mac Game Store App to compare your Mac requirements in real-time.

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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAM512 MB
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny
  1. Good way to get a headache
    by Linda Bullock, USA - Nov 7th 2010

    The graphics were dark and fuzzy, and the objects were sometimes impossible to see. They warn you to set your monitor at its brightest, but that still doesn't help. The music was annoying, although you could turn it off. The storyline didn't seem to flow well, you feel as though you are jumping around randomly. You are limited to so many clues for the whole game, then there is no way to get any more. Since the graphics are so terrible, you probably can't make it through the whole game. I had a headache after my trial period, and probably wouldn't take it even if it was free.

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