I S L A N D - A Graphic Adventure

"A fun little game, perfect for those times when you need to just kick back and de-stress"
- Mr. Bill's Adventureland

"Cartoon-style graphics are impressive, and the strong, bright colours make it a fun game to play"
- Reloaded.org (Editor's rating: 4.8 / 5)

I S L A N D is a comedy game that I developed for about two and a half years before I moved to Japan. It is a point and click adventure game, like the Monkey Island series, in which the player must interact with people and objects in the game environment to solve a series of puzzles in order to progress the story. Inspirations for this game mostly came from the Monkey island games, the TV series Lost, and many other pieces of desert island fiction. One of the main aims in making this game was to explore how a story about crash survivors on a bizarre island could develop without the supernatural elements present in Lost, while at the same time creating a satire of the desert island genre in general. View Trailer


Benji Rosenbloom is your average Joe on a plane journey minding his own business. However, his confidence in the safety of air travel is suddenly challenged when his plane crash lands on an island in the middle of nowhere and he finds himself to be the sole survivor. Initially disoriented, Benji soon befriends a young woman named Lola, one of a group of survivors of a shipwreck that occurred on the island some number of years before who have now come to make the island their home and learned to live at peace with a group of island natives.

I S L A N D puts you in the shoes of Benji, who, with Lola's help, must learn to integrate with both the Shipwreck survivors and the natives, while in the meantime search for a way home, avoid a band of incompetent pirates attempting to bully the island's people, and discover a series of bizarre truths about the island.