|Developer(s)||White Birds Productions|
Micro Application (Europe)
|Release date(s)||October 4, 2007(France)|
|Distribution||1 DVD (PC)|
Sinking Island is a third-person perspective adventure game that uses point and click game mechanics. Released in France on October 4, 2007, it was developed by White Birds Productions, a company founded and led by Benoît Sokal, the creator of the adventure games Amerzone and Syberia.
The plot is centered around the investigation of the death of a millionaire named Walter Jones. The main acting character in the game is Jack Norm, a police officer entrusted with the task of solving the mystery. The events take place on a fictional island owned by the late Walter Jones in an Art Deco-style tower. The plot takes place over three days and follows a classic murder mystery scheme where a detective needs to uncover the identity of the murderer.
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