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Escape Rosecliff Island

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An unexpected storm has left you shipwrecked on a mysterious and remote private island. Seek & find cleverly hidden objects and solve puzzles to find a way off the island! Find over 2100 hidden objects in 25 intriguing and mysterious locations to find items that will help you escape!

Play 5 different types of mini-game puzzles to collect inventory items from each location that will be needed to help you escape the remote Rosecliff Island. Play 3 different game modes: Escape the Island, Unlimited Seek & Find, and a Mystery Bonus Game.

  • Find over 2100 cleverly hidden objects.
  • Explore 25 mysterious island locations to find a way off.
  • Three fun game modes: Escape Mode, Unlimited Seek & Find, & a Mystery Bonus Game.
  • Play 5 unique mini-games: Match 3, Word Search, Puzzle Rotation, Memory Match, Jigsaw plus a unique final puzzle.
  • Locate all the hidden locks to reveal two bonus games.
  • Go for a Perfect Search & back-to-back speed bonuses to beat your high score.
Release date
SpinTop Games
PopCap Games, Inc.
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/2000
  • Processor: 350Mhz Pentium or greater CPU
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM or greater
  • Sound and Graphics: 16-bit Graphics and Sound card
  • DirectX: DirectX 7 or later
  • Hard Drive: 42MB Free Space

System requirements for macOS

  • 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
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Escape Rosecliff Island reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
What else is to be said about it ... Actually, I like to play a Hidden Object Game in between and was looking forward to the Game. However, I was disappointed after about 10 Minutes, as the same Items had to be found again and again. If I want to play a Hidden Object Game, then not only do I want to have to look bluntly for any items, but I also want to be able to go through the Pictures myself and experience a little more Interaction from the Game. As an Example, I would like to mention the Series of Grim Tales (unfortunately not available from Steam). At Escape From Rosecliff Island, I only had one Sense of Achievement, and that's When I'd finally fought my way through after 8 Hours and thought "Finally it's over." In short:-constantly the same items-felt a hundred times the same Places-the Mini-games are boring and 08/15-for the Implementation the Duration of the Game is clearly too long
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Boah, what a Crap. Escape Rosecliff Island is a Hidden Object Point & Click game. This in itself is certainly a Matter of Taste, but-if it is well done-it may well be worth a Look. Unfortunately, this Game gets everything wrong that you can only think of. It advertises itself with "over 2000 + Items and 25 Places," but that's simply a Lie. Yes, the 25 Places exist, and the 2000 + Items may also exist-but these are often just other Versions of the same Items (Eg, two different looking Horseshoes). These then come back in breaking frequency, because instead of providing a bit of Variety, you have to look for the eternally same Stuff. What bothers me most personally is the Lack of a Goal. Especially these Hidden Object Games need at least a Touch of Story, which is sensibly reflected in the Places and objects, and an obvious Goal that animates you to continue playing. Escape Rosecliff Island, however, lacks both. There is no Story, except that you should get down from the Island (but that remains the only Info). The Items you have to look for there very often don't make Sense in Context-I mean, how does a Muffin or a Phone Symbol help me with my Escape? There are also a few miserable Attempts to bring a bit of Variety to the Monotony, for Example where you have to connect things or they are paraphrased. There are Mini-games between levels (Such as Puzzles or bejewelled blends), but only a limited Number of Variations, and these are just as uninspired as the Rest of the Game. In addition, there is the Possibility to play the bejewelled incision in 15 Levels, as well as the "Unlimited" variant of the Search operation-also brazenly lied again, since you can only search for all the items hidden in the 25 Levels, so nothing since with Unlimited. The Graphics are well, Game Options are virtually none, only the Timelimit You can turn off. This is ridiculously unnecessary, however, because you have so much Time for the Levels from Grundauf that you rarely have to queues up in a stupid way to reach the Limit. Furthermore, the Information is more poorly implemented than properly, as these are available indefinitely and one cannot decide for which object one wants to use this Help. All in all, I can only advise against Buying and Owning this Game. If you should have bought it in a Bundle, please dig deep in the game library and deny the Existence Of this Game-an absolutely unimaginative Pair of Self-promotion of "Spintop Games."
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