Sinbad - In Search of Magic Ginger

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Sinbad - In Search of Magic Ginger

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Dreaming of plunging into the world of mysterious ancient East? Striving to be taken away by its thick and luring fragrances? Longing to emmerse in a carnival of bright, motley colors and a sound jumble of eastern bazaar, street vendors’ cryouts, lulling tunes of sweet eastern melodies and a snake mesmerizer’s pipe? 

Then you are welcome to a medieval noisy, multinational Eastern town – a port, a market, a residence for avid tyrants and all kinds of swindlers and scoundrels. On part of a legendary sailor, brave and smart Sinbad, you have to show out all your wit, cunning and at times cheek. Get involved head over ears into smashing adventures, the final goal of which is to get Magi? Ginger Seeds. 

In this action-oriented adventure you have to please erratic genies, cheat over the credulous rich, save a poor beautiful girl from a cunning money-lender, and surely you won’t do without magic and mystery. Locations vary greatly from the Bukhara outskirts by the sea to its noisy and crowded streets, then all of a sudden you find yourself in a magic world of genies, right in front of a huge Moray on the sea bottom or in the nest of a mythical Rouch-bird. Vivid cartoon like graphics and easy levels will definitely appeal to the younger generation, nevertheless need to apply quick mind and a couple of spicy moments during the game make it a nice entertainment for adults.

  • A wonderful opportunity to find yourself in the atmosphere of an eastern fairy-tale
  • Use your wit and slyness to overcome evil
  • Easy-to-use joystick and mouse controls. No typing required!
  • Enhanced sound effects and original music
  • 35 great cartoon-like locations and 50 hilarious characters (animations)

 

System Requirements

  • Windows 2000/XP
  • Processor 1800 MHz
  • RAM 256 Mb
  • HD 2 Gb
  • 64 Mb Video card
  • DirectX 9.0

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