Treasure island text

Treasure Island in text mode.

Treasure Island is unlocked through normal game play when a player reaches level 72.

Players can 'pay to play' Treasure Island from level 65 onward, where they can choose to pay with crystals (which will need to be bought with real money) to unlock the Picture early, rather than waiting until they reach level 72 and unlock it for free through normal game play.

The Treasure Island picture was introduced during September 2014 Treasure Island Update.

From the Diary:

"Christy found a new magical photo from Richard's collection. It was hidden.between the pages of the legendary novel by Robert Louis Stevenson: "Treasure Island". Not surprisingly, a sandy beach and magnificent pirate ship were captured in this photo. Just one look at this picture takes your breath away! I wonder where Richard found a real pirate ship, as they'd all gone into oblivion long ago."

Treasure Island is one of the pictures in the game that does not reward any combining elements, but does reward collection items that require a large number of combining elements to combine.


The following is a list of hidden items found in Treasure Island in most modes. Depending on the Picture Level and Game Mode you may not have to find all the items in one visit.  Morphs and Pieces modes have their own items that need to be found, separate from those listed below.

  • Albatross
  • Arrow
  • Belt
  • Candlestick
  • Cane
  • Compass
  • Coral
  • Crab
  • Fish
  • Goblet
  • Handprint
  • Harpoon
  • Marine Binoculars ²
  • Message in a bottle ²
  • Musket
  • Parrot
  • Peg Leg ²
  • Pirate's Hat
  • Poison
  • Saber ¹  
  • Seaweed
  • Shackles
  • Spyglass
  • Starfish
  • Turtle

Item Notes:

  1. The Halloween 2015 Update  (October 2015) made the following changes:
    • Sable was renamed Saber
  2. The Hanami Festival Update (April 2018) made the following changes:
    • Note in a bottle was renamed Message in a bottle
    • Pegleg was renamed Peg Leg
    • Sea Binoculars was renamed Marine Binoculars

Resource Demands and Rewards for PlayingEdit

Treasure Island is a Collection Item only Picture. This means its list of potential rewards for each play only contains regular Collection Items, mode dependent Collection Items (depending on what mode the Picture is currently in), and Quest Items (if a Quest is currently active for the Picture). The list of potential rewards for Treasure Island is made up of 11 Collections:

When Treasure Island is first opened, and so is on Novice level, only the first 4 items from the Neat copies collection will be on the list of potential rewards. As the level of the Picture is increased, more and more items will be unlocked as potential rewards.

The amount of energy required to play Treasure Island will increase as the level of the Picture is increased. The experience points and coins rewards for each win of the Picture will also increase to match the increase in resource demands, as will the pool of potential collection item rewards:

Level Resource Demands Minimum Resource Rewards Potential Game Item Rewards Pool
Energy Points Special Items Experience Points Coins Combining Elements Collection Items
Novice 73 N/A 250 270 N/A Swiss watch; Italian shoes; French perfume; Black wolf
Trainee 76 N/A 260 280 N/A
Cosmetics; Diamond earrings; Black rose; Blackbird; Attic key
Detective 79 N/A 270 290 N/A
Black rat; Queen of spades; Closet key; Cellar key; Cupboard key
Pro 82 N/A 280 300 N/A
Pantry key; Duck bordeaux; Pâté foie gras; Anise; Turmeric
High Explorer 85 N/A 290 310 N/A
Provençal lamb; Turkey fricassee; Chicken with apples; Saffron; Cardamom; Tarragon
Academician 88 N/A 300 320 N/A
Oranges; Berries; Flowers; Worms; Mushrooms
Magister 91 N/A 310 330 N/A
Landscape map; Electronic map; Nautical chart; Resource map; Physical map
Professor 94 N/A 320 340 N/A
"Cullinan", "Regent", "Orlov", "Hope", "Tiffany" yellow diamond; Red, Green, Orange, Blue, Yellow crystal
Grand Magister 97 N/A 330 350 N/A
Velvet waistcoat; Silk shirt; Eye patch; Leather belt; Pirate hat; First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth clue



The Sable listed in text mode, night mode, curse and during anomaly investigations appears to be a spelling mistake. The item you should be looking for is a sabre, a type of sword. It is typically found in the region around the pirate ship itself.