The Island: Castaway 2

Travel back in time and learn the prehistory of the Island. Explore the already familiar paths anew, solve tons of new quests and follow an absolutely gripping story filled with dozens of mysteries, tricky riddles and unexpected twists and turns.

The island, where you know something about the smallest leaf, turns into a completely new place full of mysteries and secrets. Find out why the tribe left the old village, discover how the Sanctuary looked like and learn how the ship appeared right in the Heart of the Island! In The Island: Castaway 2, you play as a teenage islander Yati. Become one of the tribesmen and learn all of the tribe’s secretes, now it’s up to you to make important decisions, overcome obstacles and carry the day!

The Island: Castaway 2 features original characters, intriguing storyline to follow and lots of activities like hunting, fishing, farming, handicraft, trade, and even sorcery. The Island awaits!
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Size: 172 Mb
(Version 2.0.18)
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OS: Windows XP/VISTA/7/8
CPU: 900 MHz
RAM: 1 Gb
DirectX: 8.0
Hard Drive: 493.42 Mb
The Island: Castaway 2 ™

The Island: Castaway 2 Full Version Advantages:

  • Huge island with many unique areas to explore
  • Thrilling plot full of mysteries and intrigues
  • More than 300 quests to solve
  • 16 original characters
  • 12 vegetables, nine mushrooms and herbs, three animals
  • Five magic potions
  • Stunning artwork

The Island: Castaway 2 User Comments:

Trophies: 63 / 422
Recruit
+3
03:44 14 March 2014
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“ cyndihugs writes:
I found this on....

http://www.awem.com/blog/the-crux-of-...nd#comment


Nilova said: '
00:42 03 January 2013

Definitely this year. But it's too early to speak about the exact date. We are all looking forward to it Image'



(about the release of Island Castaway 3....dated January 2013)!!! It's been over a year and still no release...no news/updates/ nothing! Why are we being ignored?? Image


really don't know whats going on!! but the matter of fact is we want TIC3!!
Trophies: 422 / 422
Guru
+3
13:04 23 March 2014
I'm surprised that it's been so long since someone from AWEM has posted in this forum. They have always been a very customer service oriented organization, and that is something that has always set them apart from the rest of the game developers. I really hope that hasn't changed. I haven't heard anything about TIC3 since late summer or early fall of last year, I believe. The PC version kept being pushed back because the ios version had been pushed back. The last thing I heard was that the PC version would be released after the first of the year (2014), but no date was given. Of course, as someone else pointed out, that was also said in 2013.ImageI understand that ios games and apps are all the rage, so developers are trying to follow the money, so to speak. Still, I believe that PC players are extremely loyal, and once they find a developer they love, they will come back time and again to buy their games. I know that last summer, AWEM had a number of games in the pipeline, and there are only a limited number of hours in the day to work on them, so I have tried to be patient. Hopefully, we will hear something soon, even if it's just an update on the PC game's progress.

My biggest fear is that this game will go the way of my beloved Chocolatier series. PlayFirst games kept promising us that Chocolatier 4 was in the works, and that they weren't forgetting about all of the loyal Chocolatier fans, but in the end, they dropped the game without a word as to why or anything. Many of us were crushed by this, as we totally loved this series, but there was nothing we could do but walk away. To this day, I have never bought another PlayFirst game, and I never will. You don't treat your loyal customers that way. I hate being lied to more than almost anything. I wasn't alone in that way of thinking, as many others felt the same way.

My advice to all game developers is: if you decide not to continue on with a series, don't leave people hanging. Be upfront with them so they don't hang on for years hoping that their favorite game will come out soon, all the while the developer puts out game after game, with nothing but empty promises or silence about the game you are waiting for.Image I'm not saying that AWEM would do this. I am just saying that it is definitely not the way to go, and I truly hope that it doesn't happen with this game. All we can do is wait and hope that we hear something from AWEM soon about the PC version. They are a great company, so I can't imagine them just dropping the PC version without a word to their loyal customers. For now, I will continue to believe that we will see the PC version soon, and that it will be bigger and better than ever!Image
Trophies: 63 / 422
Recruit
+1
05:34 24 March 2014
Quote
“ Game Player writes:
I'm surprised that it's been so long since someone from AWEM has posted in this forum. They have always been a very customer service oriented organization, and that is something that has always set them apart from the rest of the game developers. I really hope that hasn't changed. I haven't heard anything about TIC3 since late summer or early fall of last year, I believe. The PC version kept being pushed back because the ios version had been pushed back. The last thing I heard was that the PC version would be released after the first of the year (2014), but no date was given. Of course, as someone else pointed out, that was also said in 2013.ImageI understand that ios games and apps are all the rage, so developers are trying to follow the money, so to speak. Still, I believe that PC players are extremely loyal, and once they find a developer they love, they will come back time and again to buy their games. I know that last summer, AWEM had a number of games in the pipeline, and there are only a limited number of hours in the day to work on them, so I have tried to be patient. Hopefully, we will hear something soon, even if it's just an update on the PC game's progress.

My biggest fear is that this game will go the way of my beloved Chocolatier series. PlayFirst games kept promising us that Chocolatier 4 was in the works, and that they weren't forgetting about all of the loyal Chocolatier fans, but in the end, they dropped the game without a word as to why or anything. Many of us were crushed by this, as we totally loved this series, but there was nothing we could do but walk away. To this day, I have never bought another PlayFirst game, and I never will. You don't treat your loyal customers that way. I hate being lied to more than almost anything. I wasn't alone in that way of thinking, as many others felt the same way.

My advice to all game developers is: if you decide not to continue on with a series, don't leave people hanging. Be upfront with them so they don't hang on for years hoping that their favorite game will come out soon, all the while the developer puts out game after game, with nothing but empty promises or silence about the game you are waiting for.Image I'm not saying that AWEM would do this. I am just saying that it is definitely not the way to go, and I truly hope that it doesn't happen with this game. All we can do is wait and hope that we hear something from AWEM soon about the PC version. They are a great company, so I can't imagine them just dropping the PC version without a word to their loyal customers. For now, I will continue to believe that we will see the PC version soon, and that it will be bigger and better than ever!Image


really nice speechImagei also believe that we will see the pc version soon.... and i know awem will not disappoint usImage
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