Robins Island Adventure

Escape from a deserted island in this fun and exciting Hidden Object game! Survive in the dangerous jungle and make it home in Robin’s Island Adventure. Complete a series of Match 3 and Hidden Object levels as you build shelter, find food, and work with the inhabitants of the island. Can you build a boat sturdy enough for you to make it back to civilization?

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I think you will get hooked by the end of the demo just as I was. It has levels so it is so worth your money. 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. Graphics: Amazing. I would have given it 5 stars if the power ups were a little cheaper. I like when a game changes around and doesn't get boring. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Wendy64 from Good game! Only by beating all levels will you be able to complete your mission and build the vessel you need to return to familiar shores. Be sure to watch for coins that appear on the screen - click on them immediately! Made by Shaman Games. It wasn't challenging because there no way to figure out how to get to move, you just couldn't move! But, to my surprise, when the demo was up, I was like "NO! But don't stop there - because there are puzzles to figure out easy and hidden object games to play not so easy and conversations with the islanders and mini games and on and on and on and on. Became really boring.

Game Play: And herein lies the many faults of the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by peacelilly47 from Not just for kids. The game Robin's Island Adventure is a matching puzzle game where you take on the role of Robin. I think you will get hooked by the end of the demo just as I was. Gotta get the game - lol. It seams there's so many of this type of game out there. Be sure to watch for coins that appear on the screen - click on them immediately! A little on the easy side, but just enough challenge to keep your interest. Happy Gaming to ALL! The colors were bright. I like when a game changes around and doesn't get boring. I do not read the hints, just play. Although I did like the movements, they were cute.

I enjoyed the game, even Robin doing her antics while waiting. Be selective in applying the artifacts; they take time to recharge. I think they could have done a little bit more with it but it is still fun. Game Play: And herein lies the many faults of the game. Gotta get the game - lol. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by melissa from Fun Game to play with characters that dance. 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. But don't stop there - because there are puzzles to figure out easy and hidden object games to play not so easy and conversations with the islanders and mini games and on and on and on and on. The mini games in between were fun and varied. That was my "wow" factor. Only by beating all levels will you be able to complete your mission and build the vessel you need to return to familiar shores. It seems like a game for kids, and in the beginning it plays like one. The scenery beautiful.

11 thoughts on “Robins Island Adventure

  1. The power ups are costly, so there is little time to waste in trying to reach each goal. Suddenly it does not look for kids anymore. So many types just like this that I'm so sick of this type. At first, I thought this would be a real deal breaker for me.

  2. I think they could have done a little bit more with it but it is still fun. I encourage everyone to play the free demo of this game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by peacelilly47 from Not just for kids. Levels were neither too hard or too easy.

  3. However, luckily for you this island is not without inhabitants - befriend the native islanders in Robin's Island Adventure as you set off to rebuild your ship and make your way home. The scenery beautiful. But, to my surprise, when the demo was up, I was like "NO! Graphics: Amazing. The colors were bright.

  4. 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. At first, I thought this would be a real deal breaker for me. I liked that you could play either Timed or Not I chose untimed I liked the different game play that was involved. Be sure to watch for coins that appear on the screen - click on them immediately!

  5. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Robin's Island Adventure Another great matching game to play Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mrm from A Storm, A shipwreck, an island The scenery beautiful. Game Play: And herein lies the many faults of the game. The match 3 is very clicky as I chose.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5 by peakin from Really Cute I found this game charming and fun. You are totally on your own. Coins appearing and looking for the bombs is good for practice to keep looking around. Date published: Made by Shaman Games.

  7. It is similar to Hidden Wonders of the Depths. So, you grab something that floats and head to the island. Some levels called for a few things to happen simultaneously which is good for problem solving skills. Made by Shaman Games. 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!

  8. Game Play: And herein lies the many faults of the game. So many types just like this that I'm so sick of this type. I played it first as a free game of the day then had to have it. It is similar to Hidden Wonders of the Depths. Date published:

  9. Be sure to watch for coins that appear on the screen - click on them immediately! Even with all its many faults. Rated 5 out of 5 by peakin from Really Cute I found this game charming and fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from rebuild the ship mostly a M3 game with a few HO scenes thrown in.

  10. This game is well worth the money. Bombs appeared regularly and helped move a level along. 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.

  11. It is similar to Hidden Wonders of the Depths. 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. Suddenly it does not look for kids anymore.

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