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DescriptionThe Adventures of Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun is based on the Belgian comic book of the same name. The basic plotline is the same: Professor Cuthbert Calculus gets kidnapped and the player, in the role of Tintin, needs to rescue him. The rest is more loosely adapted: in contrast to the comic, which is mostly based in Peru, this game offers many different locations all over the world.
The gameplay itself is a typical platforming action: Tintin walks through the levels while avoiding the enemies. Pretty much everyone, e.g. little girls and security guards, is out to hurt Tintin who has no means of defending himself. This means the most important aspect is learning enemy placements, their patterns and how to avoid them. But he has to hurry because of the time limit. Required for success is the usage of the two playing plains: from the player's perspective in the foreground and further towards the background. Tintin can switch between the two at any time.
- "Tintin: Solens Tempel" -- Swedish title
- "Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun" -- Informal name
- "Tim und Struppi: Der Sonnentempel" -- German title
- "Les Aventures de Tintin: Le Temple du Soleil" -- French title
- "Las Aventuras de Tintin: El Templo del Sol" -- Spanish title
- "Kuifje: De Zonnetempel" -- Dutch title
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OriginThe game is based on the popular Tintin comics, created, written, and illustrated by Georges Remy, alias Herge, who is also the father of such series as Jo, Zette et Jocko and Quick & Flupke.
monkeyislandgirl (8762) added The Adventures of Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun (DOS) on Oct 09, 2005
East Point SoftwareThanks to:
Sylvain Branchu, Mathieu Chaboud, Patrick Chouzenoux, Monique Crusot, Olivier Lachard, Vincent Laloy, François Lourdin, Beate Reiter, Olivier Robin, Béatrice Rodriguez, Emmanuelle TahmazianThe Production and Development Team for the Original Version:
Alexandre Bacquart, Nadège de Bergevin‑Hajji, Philippe Brolles, Pascal Casolari, Bertrand Felicite, Hung Huynh, L' Eosene, Vincent Pelisson, Delphine Personnaz, Vincent Pourieux, Stéphane Pradier