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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Fecha de lanzamiento: 3 ene. 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.

Requisitos del sistema

    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
    • Hard Drive: 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
    • Hard Drive: 3 MB available space
    • Sound Card: sound card DirectX 9-compatible
    • Additional Notes: A mouse and a keyboard are required
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A 6 de 6 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
12.3 h registradas
Publicado el 23 de mayo
This is an point&click adventure.
What else? *scratch*
Well, it tells the story of an young girl who grows up to become an pirate just like her father was and is trying to get clues about the riddle of disappearance in her family... what ever... she is not even an pirate for crying out loud.
The biggest flaw in this game is that the story goes an very long way for an bad excuse to make an point and click adventure. The whole story is as catchy as the name of the game itself, which is bad, because it is an enjoyable game. It should have had an better story, name and some more well placed jokes.

8/10 Captain Morgane Castillo and the golden reptile formally known as Turtle
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A 2 de 3 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
18.2 h registradas
Publicado el 1 de mayo
Great point and click adventure.

I completed the adventure as it should be completed, with no hints or peeks at walkthroughs. It took me about 18 hours, so those people who claim to have finished this in 6 hours can only have used walkthroughs.

There are 10 chapters and each chapter progresses the story very nicely.

What I loved about this title was the dialogue, which was funny and made perfect sense. The voices of the many characters were all really well done and very much added to the atmosphere. Some of the characters are particularly brilliant, such as the debonnaire but daft Briscoe, the fabulous Buck who reminded me of so many people I've met in SE Asia (the developers really nailed that character), Sonia is the most hilarious and cagey dock side 'worker' ever, and of course the lead character, Morgaine, is a superb act. There are many more great and wacky characters that will be encountered that really do a great job.

The story is very interesting and really gets going in chapter 2. I have seen reviews criticising chapter 1, but it's a cute, short introductory chapter and great for story background. and takes about 45 minutes to playthrough. The ultimate quest, introduced by the eccentric English gentleman, Briscoe, is always the aim, though the journey there will take many twists and turns with lots of side quests.

I don't want to give away any of the plot, but I'll just say that the way the story dealt with a sad death was very touching indeed and one of the peaks of the title.

The graphics are bright and colourful and their cartoony style do the story lots of justice. Well done to the graphics team.

The puzzles are mostly fetch quests, dialogue threads and inventory matching. While these are mostly fun and do require thought and LOTS of experimentation, it would have been nice to have thrown in some other types of puzzles too. The few mini game type puzzles are on the weak side,

I liked the control system of clicking the dialogue to move it on as that way I didn't miss any important information and it allowed me to read it while listening, at my own speed. A good system. The inventory, as mentioned above, does require a lot of trial and error, but is perfectly fine.

So, overall, I really enjoyed this game, though I was not sure I would before I started playing it. I would strongly recommend it for 15 plus very entertaining hours (if played with no hints).
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A 3 de 6 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
2.3 h registradas
Publicado el 14 de febrero
There's may be a mediocre, maybe halfway decent adventure game in here somewhere, but if so, it's buried under a thoroughly broken interface. Every line requires a click through. Every line has a pause while the characters go through completely inappropriate animations, like waving at each other for no reason. It's unplayable.
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.8 h registradas
Publicado el 27 de abril de 2014
Me gusstann las aventuraaas, llevo una hora sólo con esta pero a parte de la historia y demás, hay algo que falla gravemente en este juego. Es lentísiiiimo, y no en su desarrollo, me refiero a la hora de dialogar, hay unos tiempos muertos desde que ordenas la acción hasta que el personaje responde que me parecen inadmisibles. Hace que jugar sea muy pesado...

En cuanto a la primera hora de juego, mal. Parece una aventura gráfica hecha para niños, bebe sin duda de Monkey Island, pero tiene su propio estilo. Los puzzles son para principiantes, si eres un aventurero de PRO, esto te aburrirá.
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A 5 de 8 personas (63%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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14.9 h registradas
Publicado el 12 de septiembre de 2014
"Captain Morgae and the Golden Turtle" es uno de los juegos que más escepticismo me provocaban. Me gustan las aventuras gráficas, me gustan los piratas y odio la mojigatería actual, y este juego, a juzgar por lo que podía ver era una aventura chorra y simplona para gente que ni siquiera se molestaría en acabarla, con una historia de piratas protagonizada por chicas estilo Bratz para crías gritonas y sin un solo taco ni meada fuera de tiesto, no sea que la recta moral de la juventud se perturbe. Es decir, un ñordo de juego de campeonato.
Si os digo la verdad, lo que os vais a encontrar huele a eso, pero no es tan acentuado como pensaba. Es cierto que es una aventura gráfica sencilla, pero no tanto como otras que he jugado. El planetamiento es realmente estúpido: a Morgane, que es la protagonista, le gusta la vida pirata, que por definición, se mueven fuera de la ley, pero es una cría mojigata, ñoña y pedante. Nada que ver con lo que busca alguien en un juego, supuestamente, de piratas. Mi idea era capturar barcos, robar tesoros y hacer de Morgane la Golfa de los 7 Mares, así, en mayúsculas, pero olvidaos de eso.
De vez en cuando aparece el típico minijuego, que se nota que los han hecho sin ganas, y del que paso de hablar ya que no merecen ser nombrados.
Los escenarios están graciosos y bien dibujados, con montones de referencias a cosas conocidas como la lata de sopa Campbell's o Mr. Potato, pero se nota que lo han hecho para "molar más", ya que se nota que los han puesto al tuntún.
Los personajes son idiotas. Tamto, que en un concurso de idiotas se quedarían en segunda posición. Por idiotas.
En definitiva, me esperaba un truñaco inmenso y lo que encontré fue un truño menor, pero truño, orientado a crías sin el menos sentido crítico y que juegan de forma más o menos casual. Si lo jugáis, que sea porque no tenéis otro juego con el que quitaros el mono de aventura gráfica.

Ya estás ofendiendo... Las crías también tienen derecho a jugar, ¿no? Son crías pequeñas. ¿Y qué tiene eso que ver para que el juego no sea un truño?
¿A qué te refieres con casual? ¿Es corta y repleta de minijuegos? No excesivamente corta, y minijuegos creo que hay uno por capítulo (de un total de 7 u 8, creo), pero los puzzles son sencillos y poco trabajados.
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