Treasure of the Caribbean Sea
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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  • Uninstall instructions
 
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Treasure of the Caribbean Sea 

Play Treasure of the Caribbean Sea Deluxe, a hidden object game with a tropical setting! Allan and Morgan find maps and pages from their ancestor's logbook, sending them on an exciting treasure hunt while simultaneously discovering more about their ancestry. Will they find the treasure before other island residents do? Find out in Treasure of the Caribbean Sea Deluxe!

  • explore a tropical island on your treasure hunt in this hidden object game
  • play several original mini-games
  • search for the missing pages of the captain's log to discover what happened in the past
  • choose a different difficulty mode for more or less hints
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Reviews of Treasure of the Caribbean Sea
 | Added on: June 3, 2013
 
Where to start? The visuals are great and the storyline refreshingly original, but it's just not well put-together. I almost quit at the very beginning. I had read enough to see that there were hints, but I couldn't find a hint button. Then I finally realized that it was at the top of the frame, and since the frame didn't adjust to my screen, it was off-screen. The same with some of the objects. There's a lot of going from one place to another, leaving behind unexplored areas, and some pretty absurd situations: "The first floor of the house has collapsed-- Let's go in on the 2nd floor!" Yet another sad story of a game with a lot of fun potential but too poorly executed to be playable.
 | Added on: May 24, 2013
 
I played this game with funpass and after about 10 minutes I deleted it from my computer. It is almost impossible to find any of the hidden objects and also it does not give any kind of clue to what your suppose to be doing. I played with help from the tutorial and I still got no clues as to what I was suppose to do. This just wasn't the game for me.
 | Added on: May 27, 2013
 
I finally gave up and deleted this game after too many frustrations in finding the hiddden objects. They are simply too small and even when I did find them, I had to keep clicking on different parts of the object to find the tiny spot that the game would recognize as the object. I had to try the first HOG three times before I finally found the tiny little key at the lower left corner of the scene and could move forward with the game. The Hint button did not work in that scene even though it was filled. It did work in later scenes, but I still decided that this was more work than fun and uninstalled it.
 | Added on: May 24, 2013
 
I just try this game, and I love it. An exotic history, mixing present of two teenager and past of their old corsair ancestor. You progress through the adventure, alternating HO screen with mini games. The alternated between different gameplay is significant, and always support the history. Special mention to the graphics, which carry us into the game. Haste to see upcoming games of this team.
 | Added on: June 12, 2013
 
I enjoyed the game atmosphere. It feels good to have a bit of colors for a change. The game is a bit challenging because it has objects sometimes a bit small, but i like the images very much because they are a little bit cartoon. So i have made a video to help the people that might need it.
 | Added on: July 2, 2013
 
I love this enchanting story! It is beautifully crafted and is so entertaining with many surprises to discover throughout. It's a quite long game with clear graphics, wonderful music, and sweet characters. When you try it yourself I think you'll see how enjoyable it is.
 | Added on: October 11, 2013
 
I have downloaded this game since it has been reviewed as challenging, I love challenging hidden object games! There are a dozen of different mini-games embedded in this game for those who like to solve riddles and puzzles. Graphics and music are nice and refreshing, the story is cool as well. It is one of the few hidden object games I have played that isn't set in a haunted manor or on a murder scene...
 | Added on: May 27, 2013
 
This game is extremely boring, the hints consist of a bell or stars but other than that doesn't help you figure out where to go or what you're supposed to be looking for. The objects are rather hard to find because they're cartoon like pictures that I think are rather poorly done. I think this entire game is poorly created and was a complete waste of my time. The so-called music was as horrid as the game play. After visiting every available room numerous times looking for batteries for the flashlight or a key for the 2 locked rooms I called it quits. I couldn't stand another minute of this game. I enjoy HOG games very much but this is definitely an exception. I do not recommend this game for anyone of any age unless you want a sure cure for insomnia.
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