Flight of the Amazon Queen for Android to be Available Through Kickstarter

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  • 27 Nov 2012
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  • Flight of the Amazon Queen is a classic released back in 1995 on the MS-DOS platform for PC. Kickstarter is trying to revive the title and it’s bringing it for Android. For the development of this game, Kickstarter has set a goal of $40,000 for hiring team members and ensuring the final product is of the highest possible quality.


    Flight of the Amazon Queen is a Classic adventure game, created by the duo John Passfield – Steven Stamatiadis in which the main character is  Joe King, a pilot of aircraft, that during the transfer journey of a famous actress to their destination, will be involved in a plane crash, which lead to a remote jungle. During this unfortunate event, Joe King must deal with a mad scientist, amazons and dinosaurs with the goal of saving the Amazon forest and the world for that matter.

    Serendipity Software Solutions has promissed that the remake of the title for Android will include lots of enhanced features and controls optimized for the touch interface. Unlike with the original title, players will get the ability to save their progress at any time they want and there is a Magnifying Glass Mode in the game to allow players to look more closely at the details of the game world.

    If by January 5th the sum of $40,000 is collected, the game development will begin, or else the project will be abandoned. A statement by the developers on the Kickstarter site:

    “We’ve seen the energetic buzz around similar retro revival ,”  “Over the last year, we’ve worked hard to develop a prototype, and believe that this is the most resourceful and engaging option to enrich our budget and create the best possible version of Flight of the Amazon Queen ever seen.”

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