Une tempête imprévue vous a fait naufrager sur une île mystérieuse et isolée. Recherchez & trouvez des objets bien cachés et résolvez des énigmes pour vous frayer un chemin or de l'île ! Retrouvez plus de 2100 objets cachés dans 25 endroits mystérieux et fascinants, afin d'obtenir des éléments qui vous aideront à quitter cette île !
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Date de parution : 15 avr 2009

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Acheter Escape Rosecliff Island

Packages qui comprennent ce jeu

Acheter PopCap Complete Pack

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À propos de ce jeu

Une tempête imprévue vous a fait naufrager sur une île mystérieuse et isolée. Recherchez & trouvez des objets bien cachés et résolvez des énigmes pour vous frayer un chemin or de l'île ! Retrouvez plus de 2100 objets cachés dans 25 endroits mystérieux et fascinants, afin d'obtenir des éléments qui vous aideront à quitter cette île !

Jouez à 5 types de mini-jeux différents pour obtenir dans chaque lieu des objets qui vous permettront de vous échapper de l'île Rosecliff. Trois modes de jeu sont disponibles : Fuite de l'Île, Rechercher & Trouver Illimité, et un Jeu Bonus Mystère.

  • Plus de 2100 objets très bien cachés à retrouver.
  • Explorez 25 parties différentes de l'île pour trouver une échappatoire.
  • Trois modes de jeu amusants : Mode Fuite, Rechercher & Trouver Illimité, et un Jeu Bonus Mystère..
  • Jouez à 5 mini-jeux exceptionnels : Rassembler les 3, Recherche de Mot, Rotation de Puzzle, Mémory, Jigsaw ainsi qu'une énigme finale inédite.
  • Retrouvez tous les cadenas cachés pour obtenir deux jeux bonus.
  • Tentez de gagner les bonus de Recherche Parfaite et de vitesse pour battre votre meilleur score.

Configuration requise

Mac OS X
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows 2000 / XP / Vista
    • Processeur : Pentium 350 MHz ou meilleur
    • Mémoire Vive : 256 Mo de RAM ou meilleure
    • Son et Carte graphique : Cartes graphique et carte son 16-bit
    • DirectX : DirectX 7 ou ultérieure
    • Disque dur : 42 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later
    • Processor: Intel Core Duo 1.66+ GHz
    • Memory: 512+ MB RAM
    • Internet: Internet connection is required to register both the download and back-up CD-ROM version of the game
Évaluations intéressantes des utilisateurs
5 personne(s) sur 6 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 février
Overall, this is a fine Hidden Object game. However, it is EXTREMELY padded with repetition. You have to find objects in each scene probably 10-15 times before you complete the game.

There is no story, which is fine in my opinion. And once you do complete all 25 levels, there is a nice ending sequence where you put your boat back together.

I have to say, they made the game about 4 times as long as it should have been. No one plays these games for the "value per dollar", do they?
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 15 avril

What would you do, if you are lost on a sinister looking, private and quite abandoned island? I would probably try to find an escape route as fast as possible, because you never know the "abandoned" part, right?

Graphics: Ø The game offers no real surprises, graphically. At least the producer and devs made the game compatible to higher resolutions. The graphics are still a bit outdated, but it doesn't hinder gameplay.

Sound: Ø Atmospheric and fitting. But you would expect a bit more.

Playability: Ø The game is slightly off towards playability, yes it has riddles - or more aptly minigames, yes it has good Scenes. But it's also very cluttered. Nonetheless, some searchable objects are described as riddles, which actually is fun. It still is a clickfest game, but more on the good side of the term.

Genre Type Scoring:

Story: Ø Not much of a story to tell, you have to escape an Island on which you have stranded. At least the game doesn't make false pretensions and trying to offer some nutty or weird explanations.

Technical Realisation: + Actually this game is solidly programmed and is portable into higher resolutions without a lot of fuss and blurr. The sound was alright during game, no crunch, stopping or other problems.

Extras: + Oh? This game really has two game modes which the user may unlock by finding "locks". For a game of that age it's not as common, and yes it suffices to give it a slight plus.

Overall: 2+ The game has only a slight positive rating in my opinion, it is quite standard fare, nothing that surprises, but als nothing that is giving too much of a unpleasant surprise. Sadly the game also isn't very memorable, so after playing and solving it you might already have forgotten what the game was about... Hmmmm, or is it just me getting old and losing my faculties?

Value for Money: Ø Mediochre 4,99 There are a lot of games, that migh have the same price tag, but are far more of a game than this, given it has some extras. It's just not memorable enough to buy it at this price.

Conditional Recommendation

This is a game for nostalgics of the genre, and of course for fans of hidden object games. Newbies to the genre should look for other, more recent games, which actually add a lot of story, and artsy design. The lack of memorable features is what actually was anoying me... it's like... washing the dishes.
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22 personne(s) sur 22 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 septembre 2015
This game has a lot in common with the other I just reviewed, Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb. Actually, there are quite a few Popcap games that are pretty much just pure HO scenes with little to no story. Such is Escape Rosecliff Island but I prefer this game over all the rest. I've played this a few times. I didn't REALLY need to buy it on Steam but I wanted it with my "steam HO set" and also wanted an excuse to play it again. I wouldn't say there's anything remarkable about the game. There's no story other than "escape the island". There's no scare factor - you're just searching for items that will help you leave. There's not much music to speak of. The game is just many HO scenes with puzzles here and there (jigsaw, memory tiles, match 3, and word search). There are 25 scenes that you repeatedly visit but there are so many items in each, you're always looking for something different. Find 50 locks in those 25 areas and you open up 2 Bonus Games. One is Unlimited Match 3 and the other is Unlimited Hidden Objects. Just as in The Lost Tomb, you can clear each hidden object scene completely (when you find an item, the word is crossed off and another pops up in its place). So afterwards, you're left with a thoroughly bare room. It's an extremely fun thing to do! No, this game is not for everyone. You need to be an HO fan and be in an HO mood. If you are, I definitely recommend this game.
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21 personne(s) sur 22 (95%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 8 juillet 2014
I enjoy hidden object games, usually.

The problem with Escape Rosecliff Island is that, unlike a lot of hidden object games, there is almost no storyline. You don't get to explore an island, pick up tools along the way, find hidden object scenes and solve puzzles to advance like a lot of the popular hidden object games. You just pick a scene, find some objects, go to the next one, find some objects. Every once in a while, you break up the endless monotony with an extremely simple puzzle; such as, matching cards and word searches. After finishing the end-level puzzle (word search, match-3, etc.) you receive a tool to help you escape the island.

I tried to push through, until I realized that you start revisiting scenes. After that, I just couldn't take anymore.

Maybe, I skipped a cut scene? All I know is that I have no idea why I was on the island. The puzzles are flat and boring and I have no hope that the ending would do this game any justice.
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19 personne(s) sur 23 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 10 mars 2014
Okay so I don't recommend it. I just want to say first this one was a tough decision. I haven't quite beaten the game at the time of this writing and I do plan to, but I know how it ends already and some key flaws here force me to say buy this in a bundle or on sale only. Good Features- Good ambient music, not distracting or annoying despite the fact it repeats over and over. The enviroments are fine. The "unlimited seek and find" mode is enjoyable to me, simply because after playing this game for a while the massive lutter in each scenario is a little infuriating. The bad-The hint system picks an object you have to find from your remaining object rather than allowing you to choose an object to use it on. The "bonus game" is surprisingly stupid. All it is is 15 levels of the crappy 'match three' game that popcap already did mutch better in bejeweled, this minigame was already a weak point in this game and to give it 15 levels on its own seems like a bad decision especially given other minigames are much more fun. Finally , this game's biggest problem is the fact that it reuses each scenario over and over needlessly. I expected this game to end at level 15. It ended at level 20. There is no reason the main "campaign" mode of this game had to be dragged out that long. For that reason, I don't recommend it. 4/10
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