Flight of the Amazon Queen for PC

Australia, 1995

Videogame

Flight of the Amazon Queen is a point and click adventure where you play Joe King as he uses his plane, the Amazon Queen, to fly famous actress Faye Russell to a film shoot. When the plane crash lands in a remote jungle, and he must use his wits to battle his way out of the dangers he faces.

As with many point and click adventures, a set of icons at the bottom of the screen allows the player to interact with other characters or the environment. The game has since been ported to smartphones, with the addition of improved graphics, full voice acting, multi-language support and a play through of the interactive interview mini-game with audio commentary by John Passfield, one of the game’s designers.

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publisher

WarnerActive

developer

Interactive Binary Illusions

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1995

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Play It Again II: Games Collection

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ACMI Identifier

ARC000090-1

Subject category

Game

Materials

CD-ROM videogame. CD-ROM, CD jewel case with insert, manual, registration card and installation guide in cardboard box

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