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Encyclopedia > The Adventures of Gilligan's Island

The Adventures of Gilligan's Island is a video game. It is based on the classic television show Gilligan's Island. As Gilligan, you attempt to help yourself, the Skipper, the millionaire, his wife, the Professor and Mary out of the uncharted desert island. A computer game is a game composed of a computer-controlled virtual universe that players interact with in order to achieve a defined goal or set of goals. ... The cast of Gilligans Island. ...


The game plays similarly to the King's Quest series where you have to talk to people in scattered locations and use their items to solve puzzles that advance the storyline and plot of the game. When you use rivers or quicksand beds, you lose health because the game wants you to use your screen map instead of taking shortcuts. Kings Quest IV screenshot (low resolution 160x200 version. ...


There are 4 stages in the entire game. In one level, Mr. Howell has lost his wedding ring and you must retrieve it so that Mrs. Howell will speak to him again. In the second level, the Skipper and Gilligan must retrieve Mr. Howell's golf ball so that he will give them his translation book.


And since I'm not going to spoil the ending for you, check out your favorite NES ROM download site to play this classic video game.


 
 

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