Colonial England. Under a certain amount of duress... Jack takes on a job, which will not only cause him a great deal of trouble, but also bring to light the answer to a mystery out of his distant past. A lack of money leads Jack to accept a charter to take a British secret agent to mysterious 'Tooth Island'.
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Veröffentlichung: 15. Apr. 2008

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Colonial England. Under a certain amount of duress... Jack takes on a job, which will not only cause him a great deal of trouble, but also bring to light the answer to a mystery out of his distant past. A lack of money leads Jack to accept a charter to take a British secret agent to mysterious 'Tooth Island'. When Jack's ship shatters on the mysterious island's cliffs on arrival and the secret agent quickly becomes a meal for a monster in the jungle, Jack is soon left to cope with the situation on his own.
Tooth Island is ruled by the strange Doctor T, who is cultivating man-eating plants and has his own dastardly plans for the British Empire. And why does he seem to know Jack, who can't remember ever having been on Tooth Island? What are Doctor T's plans? And what does he know about Jack's past?
And then there's the young and naive Amanda, who is filled by an almost fanatical drive to prove her worth. In the beginning the young lady is employed by Doctor T, and part of her task is to track Jack down and take him prisoner. It doesn't take long before she begins to wonder if she is really on the right side, or if she shouldn't join her opponent, the charming Captain Jack, instead.
A hair-raising hunt across the length and breadth of the dangerous island finally airs the mystery surrounding Jack's past and leads to a spectacular showdown with a dark and deadly enemy and his nefarious henchmen.
  • A wild, action-packed Point-and-Click adventure
  • A humorous and engaging story, containing many allusions and references to famous movies, characters and computer games
  • Great dialogue, over 40 memorable characters
  • Two playable characters — the somewhat clumsy daredevil Jack Keane, and the attractive and adventurous Amanda
  • A variety of settings including London, the High Seas, Capetown and of course, Tooth Island!
  • 3D levels presented in that classic adventure style
  • Cinematic cut-scenes to push forward the captivating storyline

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista
    • Processor: Pentium IV 2 GHz / Athlon 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-compatible graphic card with 128 MB RAM (MX series and XGI Volari are not supported)
    • Hard Drive: 1.5 GB hard-disk capacity
    • Input Devices: DirectX 9.0c-compatible keyboard and mouse
    Recommended:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista
    • Processor: Intel-/AMD-CPU with 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-compatible graphic card with 256 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 1.5 GB hard-disk capacity
    • Input Devices: DirectX 9.0c-compatible keyboard and mouse
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8 von 9 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Januar 2015
Also die Story hinter dem Spiel ist gut erzählt und lustig. Es gibt aber leider einige negative Dinge zu dem Spiel zu sagen:

- recht buggy, musste die settings.ini mehrfach manuell anpassen, damit überhaupt ein Cursor auftauchte und dann um ihn auch bewegen zu können. Das ganze ging nur im Fenstermodus.

- Sprachausgabe: die deutsche (Original)Fassung hat hochkarätige Synchronsprecher für die Leute, die auch sehr zu ihnen passen - auf Steam kann man aber nur auf Englisch spielen. Ich hatte es vor Jahren mal wo anders angespielt und da hatte es wesentlcih mehr Spass gemacht.

- Der Charakter bewegt sich einfach zu langsam von A nach B, wenn er nicht gerade läuft - je länger man spielt, desto frustrierter wird man dadurch. In den letzten 2 Kapiteln will man ihm außerdem in den ♥♥♥♥♥ treten, weil er einfach ein Idiot zu sein scheint. 2 Leute rennen vor seiner nase weg, er geht langsam hinterher und fragt dann, wo die wohl geblieben sind. Das man selber den Weg finden soll, gut und schön, aber lasst den Helden doch nicht so völlig unlogisch den Anschluss verpassen - das passiert mehrfach ähnlich.

Ich hatte das Spiel echt besser in Erinnerung.
Die vielen Bugs vor Spielbeginn und Sprachprobleme tendieren bei mir in Richtung Negativ, den Ausschlag gibt dann noch, dass die offizielle Webseite vom Entwickler einem null weiterhilft und deren Forum abgeschaltet zu sein scheint.
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
11.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Dezember 2013
Wer steht auf Point & Click Adventure? Keiner? Dann wird euch dieses Spiel von Deck 13 euch vlt daran erinnern wie schön solche Spiele sein können.
Deck 13 bringt hier ganz großen Humor mit ins Spiel, mit schönen Rätseln, Geheimnissen die man nur auf Umwegen findet, toller Geschichte, tollen Schauplätzen, schönen ;3 Charakteren und... ich habe es geliebt <3

Schöne Erinnerung und lohnt sich auf jeden fall!
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21 von 27 Personen (78%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Dezember 2013
Can't complain much about the game that only cost $1.99. I don't play a lot of point-and-click adventure game, but this game is not too bad compare to some of same genre games that I have played. Funny story, decent graphic, smooth gameplay. Played the game none stop till the end. Since I had a great time, I gonna buy the sequel as well.
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23 von 31 Personen (74%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
22.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. August 2014
A sprawling, humorous adventure in the old style, beset by enough problems that it's better to save yourself from the frustration and forget about it. Lots of pretty decent voice acting, even if it's all hammy and silly, but few of the belly laughs of the Monkey Island games they tried to emulate, only with too much heavy sarcasm and not enough absurdity. The graphics are bright and shiny, the characters even occasionally have a bit of real-life spark to them, and there are a hell of a lot of puzzles to solve (plus a few fetch quests). When the occasional hilarious moments clicked, it almost made it all worth it.

My biggest problem with it was the utterly plodding pace everyone shuffled at, and with such a huge world, you could catch a nap walking between areas. With zero in-game tutorial, there was no way to know that a double-click made you run, until a puzzle near the end through was unsolvable if you didn't, so I had to go online and find out that the game screwed me. Combine that with terrible pathing, where you take the longest route and walk in circles to get to anything, and it was a dull, frustrating game. The horrible camera contributes significantly; they tried to make it as cinematic as possible with fixed cameras that turn with you, but half the time that just means you have to click every two seconds to keep walking. Some of the swooping effects are nice, but interfere with gameplay whenever you want to click on something while you're walking. The cinematic experience was kind of broken anyway, when everyone looks off into space while talking to each other and uses the exact same hand gesture.

Compared to that constant irritation, the occasional insane puzzle (or insane chapter, as Amanda's seemed to be), and the expected heaping bugs that every adventure game has weren't as bad. They just meant I ended up leaning on a walkthrough at times to figure out what one thing I'd missed somewhere, and occasionally rage quitting for a few days when it crashed again.

I think I truly came to hate it when I found a good fix, and Jack said, "No, that would be the obvious solution. I feel like some challenge. Let's try it another way...."

Ultimately, I grimly finished it just because I'd already invested so much time, but it became an endurance that I wouldn't wish on anyone. A little polish would have taken the game into the timeless classic realm, but instead it ended up average and forgettable.
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13 von 15 Personen (87%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
17.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. April 2014
I spent a lot of time playing this game. I initially purchased it because it was on sale and I had a lot of free time. The controls were kind of dodgy and the puzzles were challenging enough ( I remember having to look up a decent amount of them). The humor reminded me somewhat of a knock off of Monkey Island. It has some replayability for some hidden items, but once you found them there's no real reason as the story is kind of unoriginal for If you're a fan of classic Point and Click adventures I would give it a try, but wait until it is on sale.
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