|Publisher(s)||Eidos Interactive (GBR)
Sunny Blonde is a 17-year-old teenager who has been spoiled by her rich parents. On a cruise with her parents who are celebrating their wedding anniversary, the ship is struck by lightning, and she is knocked overboard.
She finds herself stranded on a beach of a remote “Forgotten Island” in the Caribbean Sea. She is totally alone and worrying about her nails and messy make-up. To her surprise, her cell phone doesn't work anymore, and when she approaches a lonely boy sitting on a rock, she learns that he can't point her to the nearest hotel or fully furnished mall. On the island, time seems to have stopped about two hundred years ago. When she starts to explore the island, she finds out that it is ruled by pirates and that it seems to be cursed as well.
In this setting, Sunny has to get rid of her spoiled manners and, and in time she will discover what her real nature is. Everyone on the island, inhabitants, pirates and authorities, seem to have a secret agenda, and Sunny must learn to function on her own, because it will become her task to set things right on the island and to find a way back home.
Shortly before the release of So Blonde, the script writer of the game, Steve Ince, was nominated for the Writers' Guild of Great Britain 2008 Awards. His script for the PC Adventure game So Blonde was shortlisted in the category "Best Video game Script".
Easter Eggs 
The game has a number of references to Gamer In-jokes, other games, TV shows and other forms of popular entertainment some of which include: Reference to
Monkey Island: there are 4 pictures in the inn of LeChuck, with several beard colors, click on the pictures and Sunny will give comment on them.
Lost: looking at the Iron Plate in the forest sites the list of numbers from the TV show lost, and the main character makes a comment about hoping she doesn't find a hatch.
The Mysterious Cities of Gold: looking at the sand sculpture in the village prompts the guard to tell you it was made by Esteban, Tao and Zia, who were the children from the cartoon show, Sunny then makes a comment about it being like a city of gold.
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