Like the games of my childhood I grew up on a strict diet of LucasArts point and click adventures. Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, and in particular, Day of the Tentacle are still some of my favourite games. What ShipAntics manages to do is capture the spirit of those classics and inject contemporary game play elements and some wicked humour. A great game for kids, but also plenty of subtle humour to keep grown up kids entertained. The animation is gorgeous and the designs very cool. We'll worth a download.
Awesome game! Very entertaining and energetic characters! I immediately fell in love with the two main characters (Amanda & Otto)! They're loads of action as a duo! Overall, the game is strategic, and it can be tricky, but it's so fun to play. Definitely planning to buy the second bundle!
Awsome And I wonder if this is a cartoon T.V. show I LOVE IT SO MUCH MY COUSIN IS EVEN ADDICTED IN THIS GAME.But can u pls tell me how to get pass the engine one.I got all the pieces and every thing I do isn't working so pls tell me
I so love it... Though. Come on, it's an app for kids right, so why should we pay ? It's so unfair. I find a cool game but it's not even free. Damn. Besides that, it's really really great but since i can't pay and i can't play the rest, I'll just watch on youtube the second chapter for FREE.
Nice, But with Problems I like the app, and it reminds me of the point-and-click games of the 90's. May be planning to buy. But, PLEASE, fix the glitches. Locking the screen, or focusing on another app, causes the display to go white, and I hadn't been able to watch, only heard, a single Appisode. Using a Nexus 5X.
NOT for kids, but fun! The humor is edgy and adult, the characters are sharp with each other and vengeful, and you must do things like set one character after another with insults to get past a spot - NOT the kind of examples I'd want to give kids! But as someone who likes shows like Gravity Falls and Ren and Stimpy, I was thrilled, immediately bought the second installment, played through the first one again, and am now eagerly awaiting the next one! So parents, just be aware of the moral maturity level b/4 you choose!
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