Island Tribe 5
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
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Island Tribe 5 

Play Island Tribe 5 Deluxe and enjoy the long-awaited fifth chapter in the amazing action series! The island heroes stumble upon a message in a bottle on the shore of their island. It's from their friend the researcher who's been captured by the Atlanteans. It's up to you and your island friends to save him in Island Tribe 5 Deluxe!

  • free the island heroes' researcher friend who's been captured by the Atlanteans
  • play levels in the deep sea and enjoy breathtaking aquatic scenes
  • generate resources, repair totems, collect diamonds, and develop farms
  • choose from 4 different game modes: Easy, Normal, Hard, and Untimed
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Reviews of Island Tribe 5
 | Added on: December 17, 2013
 
I have the Island Tribe games and have enjoyed replaying. Kind of disappointed in this one. Too easy - even for me - and seemed rather short. Would be more fun for younger children.
 | Added on: December 22, 2013
 
I am a big fan of Island Tribes 1 through 4, but 5 was a big disappointment for me. With each of the other IT games, there were new characters and buildings, but this one had very little added imagination. It was also extremely slow compared to the other games, and little chance to upgrade buildings to move things along faster. IMHO, RealOre moved their best programmers on to the Northern Tale 2 project and just kept junior programmers on Island Tribe, since it was already a mature product.
 | Added on: December 12, 2013
 
This game was fun but I finished it (on hard setting) in one day. On the second day I went back and got gold on all of the levels. The earlier Island Tribe games had more challenging levels that kept me re-playing for a long time but not this one Still, it was fun while it lasted
 | Added on: December 10, 2013
 
I was surprised to see this game. I did not think there would be a 5. I liked the game. The story line is a bit far fetched, but that is not why I play the game. The game plays just like the others, so if you have played before there is no learning curve. The levels are good, but on level 37 I am not happy with because the way the level plays, there is not way to get all the pieces of artifact because of the lighting.
 | Added on: January 20, 2014
 
This is the easiest Island Tribe yet. Waaaaay too easy.
 | Added on: December 12, 2013
 
This game was disappointing. There is very little new content, and not many as many levels as in previous versions. I played it all the way through, but doubt if it is worth a second look.
 | Added on: December 17, 2013
 
TM games are my thing and I really like this series. Unfortunately, while this game kept the charm, the characters and the colorful graphics, the "challenges" were way tooooo easy.
 | Added on: December 17, 2013
 
I just love all the Island Tribe games! The little characters are soooo cute! Even though each game is exactly like the others, it is still a fun relaxing play.
 | Added on: December 26, 2013
 
I played the whole serie and I'm glad I played this 5th edition, but it's far too easy. I never had to play a level twice to get "great" and even had it as I had still as much time as time of play. I recommend for players who don't want a challenging game and for kids.
 | Added on: January 1, 2014
 
Nothing really new from the others, but a bit disappointing. It didn't take that long to finish the game and the end was underwhelming. The undersea beginning was cool and fun, but that soon disappeared and became like the others in the series. You had plenty of time to finish each level, so time wasn't really a factor. The most annoying part of the game was the artifacts to find, espeically the additional ones. And it began with the first few levels. I've replayed several of them and I just cannot find all of the artifacts for some of the levels. Not that it seems to make a difference. As far as I can tell, you don't get anything extra for finding them all. Which is a negative for all of these games; unlike Royal Envoy and other games, you don't get any extra levels for getting gold or finishing the initial game, so I may not replay the levels I didn't get gold on - with all the TM games out there, what's the point? The graphics are nice, the storyline cute, and I like the characters, but the game play is the same as all the others in the series.
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