The game's title screen. The bands at the top & bottom are used in the game, the top for game control icons, the bottom for messages
The game can be played as either a boy or as a girl. Essentially it's the same character with different hair and a different voice. game play does not alter
The introduction has the boy/girl in bed reading a pirate story. What's the betting they fall asleep?
The game starts here. The character is Baron Saturday's butler. He has a voice a bit like C3PO from Star Wars
items that can be interacted with change the cursor to an animated hand. The icon at the top right opens the game menu, the top left is a tray where the player assembles pieces of the treasure map
All the usual puzzles are here, except for a maze which would be an odd thing to find on a ship. This is the standard align-the-pieces-to-make-a-picture puzzle
There are a few unkind references to teachers in this game. A bit rich from a kid that won't read a book
... here's the baron capturing the player's spirit so that they'll stay trapped on the boat for all time. Luckily its only a game that automatically restarts just before the trap.
The games humour seems to be aimed at young kids while the game itself feels like its aimed at someone older
Another standard arrange-the-cogs-in-the-right-order type of puzzle. This is tougher than it looks and is at odds with the game's juvenile jokes