Abandonware DOS title

Maupiti Island

Lankhor released Maupiti Island in the year 1991; it's an old crime and mystery adventure game, part of the Maupiti Island - Mortville Manor series. Maupiti Island is abandonware, runs on DOS and can be played in single player mode. It's available for download.
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Time was simulated, moving around the island or purposely waiting would make it pass. Events as well as the presence of the islanders in various locations occurred according to a timed script. Depending on his actions, the player could either witness bits of the ongoing plot directly, or question the characters later on about the new turn of events. The player could also occasionally find himself in the wrong place at the wrong time, resulting in a virtual period of time spent unconscious, or a nasty and early end to the game.

Sukiya, also by Lankhor was to be a sequel of Maupiti Island and the adventures of Jérôme Lange started in Mortville Manor, however the game was never released due to difficulties within the company and low sales of the game Black Sect. Sukiya was seemingly in an advanced stage when the decision to interrupt development was made.

players: single player

popularity: very low

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