The humble point and click adventure once ruled the roost, with Broken Sword, Monkey Island and more just some of the highlights. Now the genre's due to make a bit of a comeback with Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle for PlayStation Move, due Q4 2011.

The game is written by Broken Sword scribe Steve Ince and is related to the popular adventure series So Blonde, which should already tell you if this is going to be up your alley.

With quality writing, Move support and 1080p art this could be a pleasant surprise. We'll see later this year.

Reef Entertainment today announced the launch of its latest game Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle. The ‘Point & Click’ adventure game will go on sale Q4 2011. Available on Sony PS3, PC, Nintendo Wii and DS utilising the Playststation MoveTM and Nintendo controllers, the breath-taking Caribbean settings and backdrops will be realised in true 1080p High Definition.

Written by Steve Ince, award-winning writer of adventure game ‘Broken Sword’, Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle is a spin-off from the smash-hit adventure game So Blonde.

Developed by leading adventure game studio Wizarbox, responsible for the hit game ‘Gray Matter’, Captain Morgane tells the story of Morgane Castillo and her journey from playful girl to becoming the Caribbean’s first fearsome female pirate captain!

Appealing to adventure and casual gamers alike, players take on the role of Morgane Castillo, the daughter of a renowned pirate, and follow the trail of the legendary treasure of the Golden Turtle, exploring 5 different islands with over 50 beautifully illustrated locations.

Players will have to chase the trail left by ‘famous adventurer’ Buckleberry Tanner, to find the hidden clues to locate the hidden treasure of Turtle Island, solve the myriad of puzzles and mini-games whilst pitting their wits against Hilary Simpkins (the villain from ‘So Blonde) to discover the treasure before he does.

Peter Rezon, CEO of Reef Entertainment, “Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle is a wonderful adventure story which is funny and exciting in equal measure. The story and characterisation is explored and beautifully realised by Steve Ince and with the immersive quality of the Playstation MoveTM controller coupled with the exquisite look of the game, we feel ‘Captain Morgane’ will be enjoyed either on your own or with your family. We have high hopes for this game - it is so good and so unique in its style.”

Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle will be available Q4 2011.