Tintin: Destination Adventure

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Tintin: Destination Adventure
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Game title screen
Developer(s) Destination Software
Publisher(s) Infogrames
Designer(s) Moulinsart
Composer(s) Pierre Estève
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, PlayStation
Release date(s)

September 21, 2001 (Playstation)

November 12, 2001 (PC)
Genre(s) Third-person adventure
Mode(s) Single-player

Tintin: Destination Adventure is a video game loosely based on the series The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. It was released for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation in Europe in late 2001.


The gameplay is similar to the previous two Tintin games (Prisoners of the Sun and Tintin in Tibet), with the exception in some parts where the player can operate vehicles. Aside from this the only other enhancement is the use of full 3D for the game.

The places visited in the game are from

  • The Black Island
  • Red Rackham’s Treasure
  • The Land of Black Gold
  • Explorers on the Moon
  • Flight 714 to Sydney


The game was never released in the United States and the PlayStation version can only be played on U.S. machines with a modchip. The Windows version works on any PC with the correct requirements. In the UK there were a very limited number of these released, the most common available title being the French "Objectif Adventure", although the only difference is the games inlays, as the disk and manual are multi-lingual and the same in all European versions, the English written "Destination Adventure" is a very rare and sought after title by collectors.

Release dates[edit]

  • Tintin: Destination Adventure for PlayStation - September, 2001
  • Tintin: Destination Adventure for Windows - November, 2001

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