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Zack & Wiki: Quest For Barbaros' Treasure

Released on 17 October 2008

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

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Enter a world of puzzles and piracy in Wii adventure Zack and Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure. Rafted exclusively for Wii by Capcom, this point-and-click puzzle-solving adventure will have you racking your brains as you guide budding pirate Zack and his sidekick Wiki the monkey through eye-popping levels in search of untold riches.

As an apprentice pirate, Zack spends his days searching for a long lost treasure that is said to be buried on a mysterious island. One day, he stumbles across a talking skull that turns out to be part of the remains of legendary pirate Barbaros. The ghost of Barbaros promises to lead Zack to the island he seeks if the young pirate will lift the curse he has been placed under and bring him back to life by collecting treasure from chests scattered throughout seven dangerous locations.

Instead of directly controlling Zack and Wiki's movements, you use the Wii Remote to point at items or areas on screen and then press the A Button to lead them there. Interacting with items and characters the duo come across will help to solve the problems in your path as you try to reach the all-important treasure chests. Different items will require you to use the Wii Remote in different ways: you can rotate handles, push doors and play musical instruments just by moving the Wii Remote accordingly.
  • Explore everywhere from a jungle to the inside of a volcano as you help Zack and Wiki on their quest to find Barbaros' treasure
  • Interact with items by pointing the Wii Remote at them and clicking the A Button - using different items will require you to move the Wii Remote in specific ways
  • Spend some of the loot you have collected on a hint if you get stuck

customer Reviews

 Average rating (10 reviews)

 A excellent point and click adventure game!

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I use to love playing the Monkey Island games and Grim Fandango on the PC years ago. The point and click adventure games were becoming a dying breed and then Zack & Wiki came along, which is a most brilliant example of this type of game with a very funny story. The puzzles are very high quality and will keep you very entertained. The Wii remote controls are most impressive and really show off the Wii at it's best. The boss fights are wonderful fun as is finding all the items and secrets you can. My hat goes off for Capcom for producing one of the best 3rd party games on the Wii at the moment.

 Perfect for Point & Click Adventure fans

| | See all sromero's reviews (1)

If you loved old point and click graphic adventures such as Monkey Island, Day Of The Tentacle, and many others, you shouldn't miss this great game.

Lot of sense of humor in a puzzle-adventure game based on stand-alone levels (like the old Gobliiiins PC game).

Very good game at a very good price :)

 Great puzzle game!

| | See all UtopiaX's reviews (20)

I wouldn't call this an adventure, but rather a puzzle game. It's more like Neighbours from hell franchise... but better! :)

The game starts at a great pace, easy puzzles. Not very hard to master. But boy oh boy does it get tough at the end! I must be honest and tell you guys that for some puzzles who I couldn't solve after 2 hours of trial and error I used a walkthrough. The shame! But man it sure does give lots of satisfaction when you actually complete a level.

 brilliance

| | See all gunnerboyedd's reviews (9)

At first i was a bit sceptical about this game (mainly because i brought it for a fiver). But when i started playing it took me totally by suprise. The graphics are as expected very childish, but for a game like this is doesn't matter. The Wii's motion techonology is finally put to proper use where slight movements are taken into consideration i.e Using a saw in the actual way your meant to. Good for any age as some puzzles are tedious but other's are just downright hard.

If your a hardcore gamer and prefer blowing peoples brains out in afghan, or drifting in sweden then this isn't the game for you. However if you dont mind a bit of a mental challenge and some patience then this is the perfect game for you.

 brilliant game

| | See all Rayraysworld's reviews (2)

this is one of those games that is mostly unheard of. but it's an absolute gem. cracking cartoony graphics and a great learning curve throughout make for a puzzle game other consoles can only dream of. a top game

Rating7+ (PEGI)