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Submitted by averyzoe 1026d ago | review

Epic Adventures: Cursed Onboard (iOs) Review *Games Fiends*

As you begin Epic Adventures: Cursed Onboard, you are met with a letter from a millionaire who wants you to do a little job for him. The Jangada is a mysterious ship that last set sail almost forty years ago, never to be heard from again. No one knows why, no one knows what happened to the crew or passengers, and those that try to find out seem to meet with a terrible end. But, the millionaire wants to uncover the mystery of the Jangada, and as a fearless investigator, you are hired to visit the Jangada in its resting place deep in the Amazon. You don’t know what you’ll find there, but it’s a safe bet that it isn’t pretty. (Epic Adventures: Cursed Onboard, iPhone) 7/10

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