EcoQuest: The Search for Cetus
DOS - 1991
Description of EcoQuest: The Search for Cetus
Jane Jansen's (of Gabriel Knight fame) first game for Sierra is an excellent adventure game for any kid who's old enough to type.
As son of an ecologist Adam, you must help the dolphin Cetus save the sea from pollution and waste. Educational elements are ingeniously blended into gameplay, from the new "recycle" icon that gives points when the player uses it on recylable objects, to lots of environmental facts throughout the narrative that are interwoven with traditional inventory-based puzzles.
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Michelle 2017-12-05 0 point
If you love King's Quest or similar adventure games, you will love the ECO Quest series. It's for kids so the puzzles are a bit easier, and the stakes are lower (if you don't get a puzzle, you just wander around forever not moving forward--you don't die gruesomely), but it's the same point-and-click experience.
LBoogie28 2017-04-04 0 point
I for the life of me cannot get the dialogue audio to work. I'm using DOSBox, but the dialogue is silent, while the music and sound effects are present. Any suggestions? I can't find any solutions on the Sierra website, nor via Google that have worked.
BUBU 2015-06-23 1 point DOS version
Jane Jensen? Creator of Gabriel Knight and EXCELLENT King Quest 6? That's big enough reason to try it...!
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