A place where pirates roamed the seas looking for treasure, and where one innocent 8 year old girl grew up to become the most famous Pirate of the Caribbean! From an early age, Morgane Castillo was a confident and feisty girl, playing with her friends and getting into scraps on Bounty Island.
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Mixed (111 reviews) - 61% of the 111 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Jan 3, 2014

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A place where pirates roamed the seas looking for treasure, and where one innocent 8 year old girl grew up to become the most famous Pirate of the Caribbean! From an early age, Morgane Castillo was a confident and feisty girl, playing with her friends and getting into scraps on Bounty Island. Living with her mother and bored of her chores and island life, she longed to go to sea, just like her pirate father Alessandro! But she was too young and young girls weren't meant to become pirates. But Morgane’s early life was beset by tragedy.

Uncle Eduardo, her dearest friend, was lost at sea and her mother, Bonita Castillo, died suddenly when Morgane was only 8 years old. Accompany Morgane in her quest to find the legendary “Golden Turtle” and experience the story of a young girl who grows into a pirate captain!

Make decisions, but remember – your actions have direct consequences for those depending on you.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Seven
    • Processor: Pentium 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 64 MB Graphic Card DirectX 9-compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: sound card DirectX 9-compatible
    • Additional Notes: A mouse and a keyboard are required
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Seven
    • Processor: Pentium 2 GHz
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128 MB Graphic Card DirectX 9-compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 3 MB available space
    • Sound Card: sound card DirectX 9-compatible
    • Additional Notes: A mouse and a keyboard are required
Helpful customer reviews
4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
16.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2015
Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle is a point & click adventure game. As her father gives her command of the ship for her birthday, Morgane accepts a charter to seek out the legendary Golden Turtle by following a trail of clues the famous explorer Buckleberry Tanner left behind him.

Pros: The point & click genre is well represented as you pick up a whole assortment of objects and trinkets on your adventure, using them and combining them in creative and often funny ways to progress in the story. You come across a couple of strange or wacky characters on your adventure, and there's a few out-of-place reference to other games and movies in a hit-and-miss attempt to mimic the humor found in golden age Sierra and LucasArts games. The voice acting is ok, at least for the most part, and backgrounds look like the caricatural hand drawn style you'd expect. The story is child-friendly, and you must keep in mind that it's likely the target audience of the game as there is little to no jokes, not even subtle ones, targeted at a more mature audience.

Cons: The 3D spites of people clash strongly with the 2D cartoony background, and I'm not convinced it was the best choice. The story is short, and the puzzles aren't enough to make it the lengthy experience a Monkey Island or Roger Wilco game would be. Some jokes are corny even for children, I wouldn't even expect any giggle from a younger player.

Verdict: ★★★☆☆ - It's up to you

I'll recommend this for younger players looking for slightly challenging puzzles, but adults will find it easy and perhaps even a bit of a boring tale. It doesn't quite reach the levels of other point & click, but although I'm not the player this game is for, it still gets an "ok" from me.

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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
10.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 13, 2015
a fun pirate themed point and click/hidden object game that doesn't take itself too seriously and drops pop culture references and jokes everywhere. It has a decent story though some of the dialog could be better written for example asking strangers if they know Uncle Edwardo,without giving any spoilers that character could have better named. I completed the game still with half an inventory worth of stuff,so I'm guessing the game was intended to be longer.No killing and no swearing so it's kid friendly and you'll get a few laughs

graphics: 8/10 the 3d characters on 2d backgrounds really stood out and looked good.

music: 7/10 it's not bad music there's just not enough of it and it repeats again and again when you're stuck on a problem.

voice acting: 8/10 the voices are believable for the characters,though there's a few places where the dialog didn't have voices and a couple places where a completely different voice read a character's dialog.

puzzle difficulty: 7 short of clicking randomly all over the screen there's a few puzzles are just not obvious

So I'd give it an all around: 7/10
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 13, 2015
Casual point and click and wait adventure game... for kids?

Quite pretty graphics, sadly I lacked the patience to play more than a few short chapters. Walking and dialogue both executed at an abominably crawling pace. The story and dialogue are okay, nothing more. The puzzles for the most part are easy and logical, process of elimination solves the rest.

This game could perhaps be useful to a kid learning French or German, as there is an option to change the language of the voice or text.
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155 of 175 people (89%) found this review helpful
9.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 4, 2014
Not bad! The backgrounds are great, the character art's cute and engaging, the voice acting's better than I expected and the puzzles and gameplay are pretty good. There's a few minor hiccups like items the character won't take until she knows she need it (I hate that!) and one or two complex puzzles that seem to get slightly buggy if you don't do things in precise order. Overall though, these flaws were very minor and don't detract from the gameplay. There are also a few minigames just for variety, but nothing anybody will find overly taxing. These can be skipped if so desired.

This game is a modern point-and-click adventure game. That means relatively limited interface options and relatively few interactable items per screen. This is a fairly good example of the genre, but if you're not a fan of point-and-click adventure, this won't be the game to change your mind.
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50 of 60 people (83%) found this review helpful
15.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 7, 2014
First of all, please be patient and give this game a chance. You just have to overcome the first chapter, after that the game is getting better and better. Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle is a classic point and click adventure game. The story isn't that good but still adventurous. The backgrounds and the characters are very beautiful. I played the english version and I gotta say I really liked the dialogues and the voice acting. Especially Morganes spanish accent. There are lots of references to the modern pop culture during the entire game. I had some funny moments. In my opinion, the game is a little too childish sometimes. Be aware of that. I think I don't have to tell anything detailed about the story. It's already written in the game description.


pros and cons:

pros:
- beautiful locations/backgrounds
- cute characters
- voice acting (Important: This refers to the english version! The german voice acting on the
other hand is one of the worst synchronization I've ever heard)
- low price!
- funny references to other games, movies and books (Battlestar Galactica, Steve Jobs, so
Blonde...)
- not the best but still an entertaining story (I mean after chapter 1)


cons:
- tiring beginning (especially chapter 1)
- rather easy puzzles
- you have to click left mouse button after each dialogue line to continue the dialogue


After all, Captain Morgane is not such a bad game. If You like point and click adventures, I would recommend it.
I've really enjoyed it. 7/10
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