Bush Buck: Global Treasure Hunter
DOS - 1990
Also available on: Amiga
Description of Bush Buck: Global Treasure Hunter
Bushbuck Charms, Viking Ships and Voodoo Eggs and Gumboots Australia are among the best Carmen Sandiego "clones" after Brøderbund popularized the "edutainment" concept with this series.
In Bushbuck Charms, you must race either against the clock or a computer opponent to retrieve treasures from around the globe, while Gumboots is essentially Where in Australia is Carmen Sandiego?, except now you're tracking some other criminal mastermind. Both are good games with excellent on-line help and educational value, and you (or your kids) will learn a lot about the world's geography in the globe-spanning hunts.
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Comments and reviews
udunnojack 2018-07-01 1 point
I absolutely LOVE this game. I actually have been playing this game for years via DOSbox emulators on modern Windows and Linux. It's similar to Where In The World Is Carmen San Diego. Definitely try this one.
Daniel 2014-07-20 1 point DOS version
A very fun game. I used to play this with my family all the time, and no doubt some geographical trivia knowledge has stuck. I think to remember that the music became a bit annoying after a while, but I loved the beautiful little animations in the bottom window. It's a traditional boardgame kind of gameplay. Give this one a try when you have some friends or family over!
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- Year: 1991
- Publisher: Activision, Inc.
- Developer: PC Globe Inc.
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