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Flipper & Lopaka: The Secrets of the Deep

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This game works with: SheepShaver,

Flipper and Lopaka: Secrets of the Deep is an educational game for children. It tells the story of no one else, because the dolphin Flipper, a cartoon character who has already seen numerous animated films, cards or mascots with their likeness, not to mention the collection of clothes dedicated to the youngest inhabitants of our planet.

The production created by Australian programmers from the Forest Interactive group takes us into a magical, two-dimensional world in which the New York-based archaeologist Professor Sophie Troy plays an important role. This woman, regardless of others, with great commitment searches for the legendary treasure of the ancient - stone tablets illustrating the history of the Quetzo civilization. According to folk tales, artifacts rest in an underwater cave, located near one of the more unidentified exotic islets. The problem is that this location is at the same time Flipper's place of residence, so if treasures get into the hands of an archaeologist, the house of a friendly dolphin will be completely destroyed.

The player's task is to hide the priceless boards from the evil Sophie Troy, but in order to do so, you must first get the key to the chamber where they are hidden. This goal can only be achieved by participating in twenty different missions. These tasks are adapted to the skills of people aged 6-12 years. Among the challenges offered, it is worth mentioning the rehearsals of Water, Fire and Earth, laying the Gargulc puzzles, fighting against moving sands or a journey through a labyrinth full of dangers.

Architecture: PPC x86 (Windows)


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by mrdav - 2020, October 25 - 12:24pm

The extracted .iso disc image does not contain a Mac version of the game. This upload is for Windows only. Please upload a Mac or a hybrid Mac/Win disc image if you have it. The Windows only upload will be deleted shortly.

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