Robin's Island Adventure
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Robin's Island Adventure 

Help a young seafarer make her way back to civilization in Robin's Island Adventure, a fantastic endeavor for the entire family to enjoy.

Caught in a lightning storm at sea, Robin's ship is destroyed by fire. She lands on an island and begins making preparations for life as a castaway. Top her surprise however, she finds an abandoned hut and a local island tribe. With their help, she hopes to rebuild a ship and find her way home.

Join Robin in her amazing tale to get off the island. Play over 120 enchanting Match 3 levels in fun varieties including Swap, Collapse, and Find-the-Path to overcome the challenges that await her. Befriend the natives, find items to build the ship, and earn gold to call on help from powerful totems. Featuring Timed and Casual game modes, fun Hidden Object and Puzzle mini-games, and a host of wonderful achievements, this island adventure is sure to please you.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Robin's Island Adventure today!

  • Find your way back home in this colorful Match 3 adventure.
  • Enjoy over 120 wonderful levels in Timed and Casual modes.
  • Challenge fun varieties including Swap, Collapse, and Find-the-Path .
  • Befriend natives, build a ship, and call on help from powerful totems.
  • Play Hidden Object, Puzzle, and more mini-games.
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Reviews of Robin's Island Adventure
 | Added on: September 20, 2011
This is a fun-filled blend of several types of Match-3 game styles added in with puzzles, hidden objects (my favorite) and match square games that tie in well with a developed plot, great graphics, and catchy music! I like the added feature of the store where you can buy "artifacts" that provide added features to solving Match-3 screens. Be sure to watch for coins that appear on the screen - click on them immediately! Be selective in applying the artifacts; they take time to recharge. Some folks think Robin is an impatient brat - I think she is dedicated to her mission and in a hurry to finish her quest - so move her along and build that ship!
 | Added on: February 17, 2012
If you like match 3 then give this a try, but I wouldn't buy it, only try it for free first. There was a small amount of hidden object and puzzles at first. There was some match 3 variation. Also good you had a choice of relaxed or timed mode. On the downside though, it was another very standard same old match 3 board. This is such a very, very common set up. It seams there's so many of this type of game out there. So many types just like this that I'm so sick of this type. Also a note on my choosing of the fast paced and clicky slider bars. The fast paced one it depends on weather you choose relaxed or timed mode. The match 3 is very clicky as I chose. I KNOW MOST MATCH 3 GAMES LIKE THIS ONE HAS NO WORK INVOLVED IN DEVELOPING IT, AS THEY ARE JUST COPPING A GAME HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE ALREADY MADE. SO IN OTHER WORDS, SAME GAME NEW TITLE BASICALLY.
 | Added on: June 22, 2011
This game has a little of everything. HO building match 3. I like when a game changes around and doesn't get boring.
 | Added on: June 27, 2011
When I first began playing it in timed mode I thought it was easy and a little silly but the more I played the more I liked it. It has a lot of helps to conquer it. This game is well worth the money.
 | Added on: March 3, 2012
I play quickly and play all levels in one sitting if possible.I do not read the hints, just play. I enjoyed the game, even Robin doing her antics while waiting. While the story line and hidden objects is geared for children, I found it relaxing though very addictive. I played it first as a free game of the day then had to have it.
 | Added on: June 23, 2011
This game was terrific I have played some match 3 games that you want to pull your hair out. This one is different. It has 125 levels so it is so worth your money. I liked that you could play either Timed or Not (I chose untimed) I liked the different game play that was involved. It had a little Hidden Object and A Little Collapse and Lots of Match 3... I really enjoyed the story line and Robin would dance while you thought about your next move
 | Added on: September 15, 2011
this game is quite fun although Robin is a brat and wants you to hurry up and help her so that she can get all the glory with the tribe. Other than that it is fun the way they switch around the playing from moving around to clicking on threes. I think they could have done a little bit more with it but it is still fun.
 | Added on: August 26, 2011
It was ok, maybe it's just me but I thought it would have been better.
 | Added on: September 2, 2011
This was entertaining at first because it combined collapse, match 3, hidden object and other puzzles which was fun, but as it got to the end there were only match 3 and and collapse and it became real "clicky". There no moves to move the character Robin forward and you just had to click elsewhere on the board in order to wait on the helps that would rearrange the blocks, but sometimes that didn't help. It wasn't challenging because there no way to figure out how to get to move, you just couldn't move! Became really boring. Developers should have made the whole game as diverse as the first part.
 | Added on: June 27, 2011
Somewhat childlike, but that makes it great for kids. The mini games in between were fun and varied. Levels were neither too hard or too easy. Some levels called for a few things to happen simultaneously which is good for problem solving skills. Graphics good, but match board they didn't stand out very distinctly. Two complaints: Robin would stamp (well probably tap, but it looked like stamping to me) her foot if her path wasn't cleared fast enough and it reminded me of a bratty kid. The other complaint was when you hovered over the matches they fluttered, blinked, or moved in some way and I found it distracting. It made it harder to see it as a match. Although I did like the movements, they were cute. The story line was good, albeit childlike. The powerups (not what they were called, but essentially the same) were easy to get and refilled fairly quickly - good for the impatient child (or adult). Bombs appeared regularly and helped move a level along. Coins appearing and looking for the bombs is good for practice to keep looking around. When my kids were younger, I'd say this was great up to 11 or so, nowadays kids grow up so fast and are exposed to much more sophisticated games at an early age, that that might be too old. I enjoyed the trail, but with no young people around, I didn't buy it.
 | Added on: February 25, 2012
time version is challenging, but the puzzles and hidden object scenes are too simple.
 | Added on: August 4, 2011
Haven't gone very far with it yet, but have really enjoyed it so far. Like the graphics and the gameplay - especially like the fact that the games change on a regular basis (sometimes without my noticing, so it can get a bit frustrating if you're not concentrating!!) Robin tapping his foot when I can't get him on his way is annoying, but only because it means I'm too slow.....
 | Added on: June 20, 2011
This game has it all. Good graphics, music, a good storyline, a combination of HO and Match 3. It is really a change from just the normal Match 3 and the HO games.
 | Added on: July 21, 2011
Have enjoyed this one very much. 5* all the way. Love the graphics. Worth the effort and the money. Enjoy.
 | Added on: February 17, 2012
I didn't get very far in this game, and I wanted to because there are lots of things going on. The matching icons had interesting animations, like the oysters opening to display pearls, and the sea anemones "blooming," but the matching tiles just have a fuzzy, unattractive look about them. And when you spend a lot of time looking at the tiles during game play, that kind of thing becomes annoying quickly and impossible to overlook.
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