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May 18, 2011 | 12:02 PM EDT
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Big Meanie 5 Points Defeat Big Blue the Meanie
First Craft 5 Points Craft your first item
First Kill 5 Points Kill your first enemy.
Reach Town 10 Points Finally reach the town of Astaea's Bastion.
Gate of Oceanus 25 Points Unlock the Gate of Oceanus
Defeat Vulcan 50 Points Rid the world of the evil beast, Vulcan
Mega Sword 50 Points Craft the Razor Sword

Author Comments

Castaway 2 takes the very popular, award winning Castaway game to a whole new level! Stranded on a mysterious island, it is up to you to find a way off. Embark on a journey that takes you through vast terrains and unique environments, completing quests and battling huge bosses. Train pets, as they fight by your side using their unique skills and abilities. Discover and unlock rare items and equipment, using the brand new crafting system.

We have listened carefully to the community, and have taken their suggestions from Castaway 1 very seriously. Here are just a few of the features in Castaway 2:

- larger (over 100 different levels!)
- fast (steady 30 fps)
- prettier (amazing, polished graphics)
- more monsters/pets
- skill points to model your character the way you want
- bosses/mini-bosses
- a new crafting system with almost 100 different crafting combinations to discover
- epic armor/weapons
- 15+ spells
- beautiful custom composed music
- nearly 100 different quests
- auto-save system
- hours of fun and re-playability

We are also very involved in providing updates based on user feedback. The game has been released, site locked on our site for a few weeks and have released several updates since then. We appreciate your feedback, and hope you enjoy the game.

* The Premium Pack is simply bonus content, and does not effect the end-game or story line, so please do not base your rating on this.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool... but!

1- the map could use a litle more detail... you get lost really easy when looking to ccompleat the quests or at least give a point on the map to guid you when there is a quest in that general area
2- the character could walk a bit faster
3- the pet gets stuck on things really easily and you have to turn around and get him
4- make it a bit Less...... repetitive, like: kill 20 snakes, kill 25 bigger snakes, kill 25 of another tipe of snake (hehe)

but other than the things i already mentioned ...... its PERFECT !!

sorry for my grammar english is my second written language

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


but..................on the other hand, the play button doesn't apear when I go to the page


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i love this game mostly because i love to get eggs hatch them and have them as pets to battle with, tho there is one thing that sucks about the game and that is you walk really slow...can you update where he walks faster or have a choice of a girl hero, =D AWESOME GAME keep it up


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game and really fun but has a few bugs

I really like this game and it's really fun but sometimes when I'm combining things the game just suddenly freezes up for some reason. I'm not sure if it's my computer or the game itself. The autosave feature really saved me.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


It's not bad, but a few minor problems keep it from being great.

First, and I'm not sure this is a glitch, a problem with my personal system, or an error in the programming: when you equip gear, your stats are adjusted, but the secondary stats based off the main four aren't.
Say I equip a wand with +6 Magic. In theory, after the cumulative bonus to my Magic stat, this should boost the damage output of my spells, and total mana, however neither total seems to have changed.

Second: Lack of a buyback option in a game with unique items. If I sell something I shouldn't for whatever reason, it's gone for good, and if I wanted that item, I've got to start all over again.

Third: Crafting quests don't check against your recipe book to see if you have crafted the required item before, and instead only recognise it when you actually craft the item with the quest in your log. This can be a bit frustrating when you craft something difficult and material consuming, only to have a quest show up only a little later that asks you to craft it again. Again, this is made worse by having unique items used in crafting associated with a quest. If someone crafts the item without bothering to pickup the quest, they'll never be able to complete it.

Fourth: A lack of alternate background music tracks. It's very nice for the first little while... but it starts to grate before too long and there's not much a player can do to change it short of outright muting it.

Beyond that: It's a very good game, with nice combat mechanics, simple and fluid controls, and some very well written dialogue.

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