The influences of the Monkey Island series play out here in the whimsical architecture and inventive character designs that lend the game its sense of playfulness
If you are a fan of the Point and Click Adventure genre, this is one of the better made ones.
Duke Grabowski is a loving tribute to the latter Monkey Island games, and wears its influence on its sleeve.
Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler is a spiritual successor to the point-and-click adventure genre and inherits many of the strengths and weaknesses of the classics.
Duke Grabowski: Mighty Swashbuckler! gets the series off to a splashy, engagingly whimsical start.
Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler provides a fun storyline and setting, where all you have to do is just click and play.
Overall, this is a game that most audiences would enjoy.
Duke Grabowski: Mighty Swashbuckler is a solid, carefree point-and-click adventure that fans of the genre should find wholly enjoyable and worth playing.
This might run the risk of boring an older gamer, but if you know anyone ages 6-12, or just call yourself young at heart, Duke Grabowski, Mighty Swashbuckler! will ought to be a fun adventure.
Definitely a title to get lost in sumptuous tropical and absurd tales of pirates islands.
The humor has good moments, the puzzles are passable and the scenes drawn consistently beautiful.
I truly believe “Duke Grabowski: Mighty Swashbucker!” has the potential of becoming the best adventure game that Tiller, Mocsy and Grant have delivered so far...
Bill Tiller and company have a good game in hand that has the potential to be memorable.
Gorgeous art, a sublime soundtrack, and some humorous scripting, along with the odd buxom broad, an entertaining romp a-makes.
It isn’t without its faults, but altogether the cast of Duke Grabowski, along with its hilarious story, make it a great addition to the point-and-click genre.