Tells the story of a young boy called Robert who is the sole survivor of a plane crash in "the Gap". Too young to fend for himself, Robert is adopted by a local group of Indigenous Australians, who teach him the skills he needs to survive in this harsh new environment...

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I miss adventure games like this. Very few genres approach their content with the same tongue-in-cheek attitude that this game does! Not gut-bursting, but still there are many scenes and statements that pulled the corners of my mouth into a grin.

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Highest Rated (2 agree) 10/10

Yes, this game is a bit of an oldie, but it's one of the most perfect point-and-click adventures I've ever played. A few points of trial-and-error that involve trying objects at random was a bit frustrating, but overall it's a solid, well-done game. It simply needs to be experienced by everyone, if not for its gameplay then for its humor. Robert's smart-mouthed robotic companion Joey was easily my favorite character.

Feb 2 2012 by Tadness