In typical retro-gaming fashion, Mystery Island II adopts a design similar to the classic game Myst! Mystery Island II is a port of our old HyperCard game so that it can be enjoyed on modern systems today.
Your name is Lt. Steven Bushell, and you are currently stationed aboard the USS Volarus, a US nuclear submarine.
While on a routine patrol of the Pacific Ocean, the USS Volarus is mysteriously destroyed! A Russian nuclear warship seems the most likely possibility. However, there were certain unusual aspects of the attack which left you wondering if that was a correct assumption afterall.
You alone manage to escape the explosion of the submarine alive. After days of drifting in isolation amidst the vast ocean in nothing more than a life raft, you wash upon a tropical island. Your new mission: pin point your location and solve the mystery!
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These versions are no longer supported and are listed primarily for customers owning older licenses.
|Mystery Island II||1.9.7||39.32 MB||December 22, 2015||PC||Windows XP||Download|
|Mystery Island II||1.9.7||31.75 MB||December 22, 2015||Mac||Mac OS X 10.7||Download|
|Mystery Island II||1.9.5||29.37 MB||March 19, 2013||PC||Windows XP||Download|
|Mystery Island II||1.9.5||26.89 MB||March 19, 2013||Mac||Mac OS X 10.6 (Intel)||Download|
|Mystery Island II||1.9.2||28.41 MB||October 23, 2012||PC||Windows XP||Download|
|Mystery Island II||1.9.2||30.66 MB||October 23, 2012||Mac||Mac OS X 10.6 (Universal)||Download|
Ahh, this game brings back memories. Point-and-clicks have been nothing short of a long coming hobby of mine and I was pretty stoked to add this one to my collection. A good challenge that definitely keeps you hanging on what's going to happen next!
Graphically simplistic but absolutely wonderful in terms of gameplay. I used to play these types of games a lot back in the day. Challenging and engaging. I completely recommend this to anyone that enjoys playing these types of adventure games.
I expected this game to be easy. I was pleasantly surprised when I found that it offered a good, reasonable challenge. The graphics almost add to the creepy feel of it, too. Definitely worth checking out, even if you're not a huge gamer.
The interface is really easy to use. Simple but effective. Just like the good ol' days of point-and-click adventures. Brings back memories, that's for sure.
Good game. Don't let the simplistic graphics fool you, the gameplay itself is really complex and in-depth. Keeps you interested, that's for sure.
I love the genuine old-school foreboding feel that this game gives off. It almost creeps me out. They've got the post-apocalyptic feel going on and they convey it well. I recommend giving this game a go at least once, whether you're generally into these types of games or not. You might just be surprised.
Simple but complex! Don't judge this game by its cover (or in this case, graphics) because it's actually pretty good. You won't know until you give it a shot, though. It starts out a little slow but gets really good. I recommend that everyone try it at least once.
I love alien games! This one is pretty neat. Challenging and unique, it really gets you thinking and observing. Recommended to anyone that likes puzzles and is up for a good challenge.
The game has an odd feeling of nostalgia to it even if you've never played it before. A real mind-boggler. It gets your creative juices flowing just trying to figure out how to advance to the next area. I really enjoy the challenge and recommend it to anyone else looking for a simple adventure game with some really good content.
Great game. The graphics are old-school in the best way possible. They just take me right back to the old generation of Macintosh computers and how magical it was to play games on them back in the day. Brilliant.
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1 computer2 unique activations per year
1 computer/user5 unique activations per year
1 household10 unique activations per year
1 school300 unique activations per year
10 computers/users60 unique activations per year
Unlimited10000 unique activations per year
Concept: Josh Hoggan, Shane Des Rochers, Al Ross
Character Scripting: Josh Hoggan, Darryl Seres, Bryce Yemen
Programming: Josh Hoggan, Mike Welsman, Matt Hunter
Graphics: Josh Hoggan, Al Ross, Tyson Kallberg, Abraham Benrubi
Music: Mark Sumner
Special Thanks to: Ross Montgomery, Matt Beltrame, Kyle McDonald, Matt Hunter, Gary Schroeder, Matthew Avery, Rosemary Hague, Bryce Yemen, Mike Welsman, Shane Des Rochers, Tyson Kallberg, Emile Edwards
|Version 2.0 (2.0r2) – April 16, 2020|
|Requirements:||This version requires Mac OS X 10.13 or later or Windows 7 or later.|
|Enhancement:||HiDPI/Retina support for game controls (scaling for game graphics).|
|Enhancement:||If installed, three distinct voices will represent the characters speaking in the game.|
|Enhancement:||Redesigned all title cards and in-game computer interfaes.|
|Bug Fixes:||Intro theme now plays during initial title cards.|
|Bug Fixes:||Credits theme now plays properly at Congratulations screen.|
|Bug Fixes:||Updated to latest core classes.|