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She is young, she is pretty and she has really rich parents – Sunny Blonde doesn't have to be worry about her life. The seventeen year old beauty should be on a luxury cruise over the Atlantic Ocean with her parents, but near the Bermuda islands the ship gets distressed at sea. Sunny blacks out and finds herself in a rescue boat.

When she wakes up, Sunny is lying under palms on a gorgeous sandy beach. Still a little bit dazed Sunny recognizes no other passenger of her ship – it seems that she's completely alone, cast away on an island. But much more annoying for Sunny is the fact that she has to abandon of all her high-price merchandise: her cell phone has no reception, her make up is awful and the next shopping mall is nowhere in sight. But that's not enough. Unfortunate circumstances have brought Sunny back in time to the age of buccaneers and pirates…

So Sunny Blonde is in real trouble – and the gamer of the loony adventure, So Blonde, is called upon to get her out of this trouble. No less than the inventor of the "Broken Sword" series Steve Ince is responsible for this exceptional story. So Blonde, developed by Wizardbox from France, has a real off-the-wall story, a beautiful (anti)hero, black humor beyond all stereotypes, smashing cartoon graphics and some real surprises in the gameplay.

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