Flight of the Amazon Queen


Travel to the amazon on this exciting adventure


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Flight of the Amazon Queen is a great adventure game of 1994, and thanks to the kindness of its developer, today you can enjoy it for free.

Throughout the game you play the role of Joe King, an adventurer and pilot of small planes, which will need to bring the sexy actress Faye Russel to a specific area of ​​the Amazon jungle to shoot his next film. However, during the flight something goes wrong and your two protagonists stumble the most dangerous wild South American jungle.

The gameplay is easily recognizable by anyone who has ever played the Monkey Island series, Space Quest or Indiana Jones. Take, use, talking, pushing, open ... at your disposal you have a series of actions you can do at any time to advance the story. Classic adventure games.

Flight of the Amazon Queen is an adventure game as before, ready to be played now. Essential if you fall in love to those wonders of the nineties PC.
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