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So Blonde: Back to the Island

So Blonde is an adventure game released by Anaconda, for which the script was written by Steve Ince, the author of stories for such games as Broken Sword or Beneath a Steel Sky. This guarantees good fun, an interesting story and, above all, an extraordinary sense of humour.

Adventure | point-and-click | 2D

So Blonde: Back to the Island cover

developer: Wizarbox

publisher: dtp AG / Anaconda

Game mode: single player

game release date:





She is young, she is pretty and she comes from rich parents: Sunny Blonde has little to worry about in her life. The 17-year-old American enjoys her easygoing life on a luxurious Atlantic cruise with her parents. But then the inevitable occurs: a heavy thunderstorm rolls in, the cruise ship is overwhelmed by the sea, Sunny passes out and comes to on a gorgeous sandy beach on an island covered with palm trees - all alone in the wide world.

More severe for Sunny is that all of a sudden she will have to make do without all her luxurious accessories: her cell phone gets no coverage, her make-up is all messed up, and there doesn’t appear to be a shopping mall in walking distance. And her troubles are only getting started: through some freak of time and space, she seems to have been transported several centuries back and landed in the middle of an age ruled by pirates and buccaneers…

Accompany Sunny in this pleasurable adventure where you run across whacky creatures and take on with funny challenges. Help Sunny escape the cursed island – of course with a perfect hairstyle!

Adventure game with the sweet antiheroine Sunny Blonde

Intuitive point & click controls

Clever, ironic humor beyond blonde clichés

Gorgeous cartoon style

Wacky story from the award winning writer Steve Ince (“Broken Sword”)

45 breathtaking exotic locations

System requirements

PC / Windows

PC / Windows

  • Recommended:
  • Pentium 4 2 GHz
  • 1 GB RAM
  • graphic card 128 MB (GeForce 6600 or better)
  • 3 GB HDD
  • Windows XP/Vista
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