■ 12/04/09 - Jack Keane All aboard the good ship Nostalgia! Developer Deck 13 knows a thing or two about PC adventure gaming and its new title, Jack Keane, affectionately loots from some classics in the PC canon. The box art alone will trigger deserved comparisons to much-loved staples such as the Monkey Island series, and the gameplay follows the rules set out by LucasArts all those years ago. But is Deck 13's Jack Keane a worthy captain, or should he be swabbing the poop-deck with the rest of the plebs? Test de Jack Keane sur PC, chez Strategy Informer.
■ 16/03/09 - Jack Keane Dans l'univers tentaculaire du jeu d'aventure, il est plutôt délicat de succéder aux maîtres du genre, les incontournables Monkey Island, les premiers Broken Sword, ou les mémorables Runaway en tête. Surtout lorsque l'intrigue implique un pirate un tantinet loser, abandonné à peu près contre son gré sur une île paumée, et tentant de déjouer les plans d'un scientifique aussi diabolique Test de Jack Keane sur PC, chez Krinein Jeux Vidéo.
■ 24/09/08 - Jack Keane Easily remembered yet none-too-annoying names are a hallmark of popular adventure games. Fortunately, Jack Keane is an easy one to swallow. It's also the name of its star, whose romp is a LucasArts-inspired adventure of the point and click fashion. This genre has been relishing the recent casual gaming boom, but Jack Keane isn't enjoying it as much as its competitorsTest de Jack Keane sur PC, chez GotNext.
■ 12/04/08 - Jack Keane I may be slightly biased towards the adventure game genre, so it’s no surprise that I volunteered to give developer Deck 13’s latest outing a visit. We tried out the preview code back in November and while it looked to have potential, it was only fair to overlook the odd bug and choppy frame rate.
■ 28/02/08 - Jack Keane Disenchanted by the world of gaming that requires fast hand to eye co-ordination and no need for solving puzzles, unless you count deciding which grunt to shoot first as a brainteaser? Well come this way, because Jack Keane will be a refreshing surprise. Developed by Deck13, most famous for cartoon point and clicker Ankh, Jack Keane has slipped under the radar somewhat.