|Release date(s)||April 4, 2010|
|Mode(s)||Single-player with multiplayer interaction|
Before beginning the search for treasure, the player first creates a
customizable avatar. This avatar is much like that of FarmVille’s avatar
There are many islands to travel to for treasure. You can also
customize your own island, such as add furniture like chairs, huts,
plants and even expand the size of the island, similar to the farm space
Like other games on Facebook, It is a great benefit to have
"Neighbors" who can send you gifts. On many of the higher level islands,
you must open gates which require certain colored gems (blue, purple,
green, orange, red) to open, which you can only get from (currently one)
a tree on your own island (but this is only one random colored tree),
through random events from digging (receive only a single random gem,
but you can share the gems you find with friends), or by requesting
friends to send you some.
On each island, there are a certain amount of "Treasures" which
contain objects that make up collections. When a collection is
completed, the player will receive a reward in the form of money.
When you are exploring islands and dig for treasure, your energy
meter will decrease, for example, when you dig the ground, you will lose
5 energy, and when you mine a rock, you lose 10 energy. You can regain
energy by waiting for 5 minutes, after which you will gain 1 energy
point. You can also increase your energy by eating fruit which is
usually found randomly while digging for treasure. You can also ask your
friends to send you fruit. You can also grow your own fruit, which
takes a varied amount of time (from 1 hour to 1 day). Another way to get
energy is by asking your friends for a energy pack which will fill your
energy to the top and you can only receive one a day. These energy
packs can also be purchased from the store for 10 island cash. Finally,
you can level up (when you have enough experience) and this will
automatically fill your energy bar and add one energy point to the
You can add neighbors as with most Zynga games which will give you
added benefits. Some islands require a set amount of neighbors for the
player to access it, although the alternative is to pay cash to unlock
One benefit of adding neighbors is that you can visit your neighbors
daily and collect gems from their gem tree, providing that there are any
left or you haven't picked any already, and you can also collect a
treasure chest which is usually floating near the coast of their island
and the player will receive a random amount of money.
Another benefit is that you can send and receive gifts from your
neighbors. Whether it's that well required energy pack or a fruit or
even a free gift, the player provides their own community in the game
and can assist others by sending them treasures that they do not have.
 Home Island
The player also has the option to build up their own paradise on an
island given to them when they start the game. This island can be
customized by various items, like trees, plants, huts, or statues.
The player can gain money or cash by digging on islands in which case
the player can find coins ranging from 100-150. When the player has
some money, they may choose to save it up in order to buy an expansion
to their home island or buy furniture in order to make the island more
appealing. The decorations include items like plants, huts, animals and
One of the default items are the Gem trees. This tree grows on the
island and every day, the player can pick one gem off their own tree and
share the others with friends. These gems can be used to unlock Gem
gates on the many isle's which the game has to offer in the maps.
Another default item is the treasure chest which is usually seen
floating offshore and can be collected daily to gain coins. The treasure
chest is defaulted almost off the screen so, if you wish it, can move
it in so you can see it for next time you log in. The treasure chest can
be upgraded for better rewards.
- ^ "Fastest growing Facebook games of the week: Treasure Isle's gold rush". The Independent. 10 April 2010. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/fastest-growing-facebook-games-of-the-week-treasure-isles-gold-rush-1941308.html. Retrieved 4 May 2010.
- ^ Takahashi, Dean (April 8, 2010). "Zynga’s Treasure Isle helps reverse a slide in users". GamesBeat. http://games.venturebeat.com/2010/04/08/zyngas-treasure-isle-helps-reverse-a-slide-in-users/. Retrieved 4 May 2010.
- ^ Davis, Justin. "Treasure Isle (Web Games)". Social Game Central (IGN PC). http://pc.ign.com/articles/108/1083772p1.html. Retrieved 4 May 2010.
- ^ http://zynga.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/583
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