This game for the Nintendo DS can be best described as Clueless meets Legally Blonde shipwrecked on Lost. Then there are the extras from Pirates of the Caribbean. This castaway story has pirates, ghosts, lost treasure and a beautiful blonde heroine. The game is a PC port of 2008's point-and-click adventure So Blonde developed by French team Wizarbox. It unfolds on the DS in much the same manner. Gamers take on the role of pampered 17-year-old Sunny Blonde, who falls overboard during a luxury cruise with her parents through the Bermuda Triangle. She wakes up on a strange, tropical island and she seems to be all alone. Now, Sunny must learn to 'rough it' - she has no mobile phone, while a shopping mall is nowhere to be found. Unfortunately her troubles don't stop there. Somehow Sunny has been transported through time to the era of pirates. Game play is almost exclusively done via the stylus, from avatar navigation to the use and manipulation of objects and items. It's nice to have a simplified control system that doesn't require one to remember complicated button combinations. The game requires players to run around the island, completing various tasks for its many inhabitants. Every now and then retro mini-games have to be played to continue the story. Although there's a cheat option to get past them, most amateur gamers will find it unnecessary. The graphics remind one of illustrator Albert Uderzo's Asterix and Obelix and creator/cartoonist Maurice De Bevere's Lucky Luke. The lush artwork from the PC has unfortunately not survived the conversion. It has been replaced with distorted 3D avatars and watered-downed environments that often make this game hard to look at. The story was written by Steve Ince (Broken Sword), and it's published by DTP-AG in French, English, Spanish, German and Italian.