Travel to the four corners of the world with Brian and Gina in a crazy story packed full of surprises. Pirates, spies, surfers, soldiers, and even aliens get in on the act - all combining to create a wonderfully rewarding experience to savour and remember forever!
Release Date: Mar 12, 2007
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About the GameTravel to the four corners of the world with Brian and Gina in a crazy story packed full of surprises. Pirates, spies, surfers, soldiers, and even aliens get in on the act - all combining to create a wonderfully rewarding experience to savour and remember forever!
With loveable characters, rib-cracking humour, brain-tickling puzzles and stunning graphics, Runaway, The Dream of the Turtle is a glorious sight to behold.
Runaway, The Dream of the Turtle is an adventure game that is a pure pleasure to play.
- A beautifully produced adventure game, with rich scenarios, ever-present humour and captivating puzzles.
- Hundreds of places to explore throughout the world.
- Over an hour of superb animated sequences bring to life the intrigue, plot twists and many comic moments.
- High quality sound featuring cinema quality dubbing, as well an original and hugely inspirational soundtrack with both vocal and instrumental tracks.
- Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
- Pentium IV 1.6 GHz / Athlon XP 1600+
- 128 MB RAM (256 MB for Windows 2000/XP)
- 32 MB DirectX 9-compliant video card (min 1024x768 16Bit)
- DirectX 9-compliant sound card
- DirectX 9 or higher (included on the disc)
- 2.5 GB free disk space(for minimal installation)
- Windows-compatible keyboard and mouse
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I like the Runaway games. They aren't my favorite games in the world, but they give me my adventure game fix. You can expect a very silly game filled with lots of entertaining dialogue and puzzles. There is a definite time investment with this game - I spent about 15 hours playing it. Just when you think the game is about to end, BAM! a new chapter. This game just wouldn't quit and I was lovin' it. I recommend this series to any adventure gamer - get your fix! :)