The Lost in Blue series debuts on a new platform for the first time ever with Lost in Blue. Experience a survival adventure like never before through colorful 3D graphics and the uniquely interactive capabilities of the Nintendo Wii. You find yourself stranded on a mysterious island filled with lush forests, a sunken ship, ancient ruins, and an active volcano. With the help of a trusty pet and a new friend, you'll explore the mysteries of the island to find a way out or make a new life for yourselves there forever.
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The first console version of the series greatly upgrades the visual quality and depth of the game, immersing the player in a survival adventure like never before
Vibrant 3D graphics paint the island environment, weather systems, and various items as more life-like than ever
Full use of Wii-mote and Nunchuk controls allow you to experience realistic movements with a variety of mini-games including fishing, carpentry, fire-making and more
An island tutorial and a greater focus on exploration enhances the accessibility and fun factor for new players
Dependable pets improve item gathering and provide entertainment by playing music or dancing with you
Recruit a friend for over 40 mini-games, including new, cooperative games – the better you play, the bigger your reward
Lost in Blue Shipwrecked is rated
3.0 out of
Rated 1 out of
Game was very slow. Had to feed and give drinks way to often
Date published: 2018-09-09
Rated 2 out of
Tired too quicklyYou spend most of your time running around looking for food to keep up your energy then actually playing the real part of the game. It gets old real quick. I took the game back for an exchange.
Date published: 2011-11-12
Rated 5 out of
Lost in Blue Better Than Ever!!I have always loved the LIB series. However this is by far the BEST version. They have removed some of the features that caused trouble in previous versions like water is easier to get to, and food sources are now in higher abundance. You can create additional tools like axes etc. Building is also much easier. None of that trying to figure out which direction to dumb stick needed to be turned in order to attach it, and none of that trying to hit items just right when the crosses met up exactly. LIB Shipwrecked has a lot of features which are similar to Sims Castaway. The character faces are more fun, even though their mouths still move only up and down. (However the central character, Aiden does appear to be a little dense and definitely has a CREEPY smile!) If you have loved paying LIB in the past, you are going LOVE Shipwrecked!