Stranded Sails - Explorers of the Cursed Islands for Nintendo Switch
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Stranded Sails - Explorers of the Cursed Islands

Oct 17, 2019
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Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Stranded Sails – Explorers of the Cursed Islands is an open world, exploration and farming adventure full of quests and discovery! You’re ship-wrecked on a mysterious archipelago.  It's up to you to survive and solve the mysteries deep in the heart of the islands, then finally escape! Farm, craft and cook to survive as you take charge of building a camp full of survivors. With the goal of building a new ship to escape, you set off on a journey across a wealth of islands for useful treasures and items! Many exciting quests await you – as well as numerous dangers and threats. Will you solve the secret of the cursed islands? It's the only way to escape. Awaken the adventurer deep inside!

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6.28
Holly FurmanOct 16, 2019
On a whole, it is interesting to see a game with a more shallow approach to its gameplay, storyline, and aesthetic. There is definitely enough to do in Stranded Sails that it can easily be played for hours, but it doesn’t create too rich of a story to distract from this casual gameplay approach. As this game is not difficult, both casual gamers and kids would find this to be a fun game, as long as they have the patience to wait through a lot of the gameplay.
Ross KenistonOct 16, 2019
Stranded Sails offers some terrific farming simulation which does the majority of the game's heavy lifting, but it’s held up by middling RPG-esque mechanics. Mixing things up and throwing a selection of genres into a pot to see what comes out is arguably commendable, and there’s an awful lot to like about Stranded Sails, but some frustrating and bizarre choices in regards to recipes and the energy meter system hamstring the game for those hoping for a less taxing castaway experience.
Julia GomezOct 17, 2019
Once I became comfortable with the controls, cycling through all the different items in my inventory became effortless. I preferred playing this game docked rather than in handheld mode. A peaceful adventure game like this begs to be played while relaxing on the couch and enjoying the vibrant colors on a big screen. While it isn’t the most gripping adventure, fans of Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing will probably enjoy it.