[Translation] [Vietnamese] [The Curious Expedition] [PART 19-1281]





Project Details and Presentation

  • The target project and my motivation: It has been shown by me in previous part

The curious exploration is a phantom-like exploration simulation that took place at the end of the nineteenth century. Following the famous adventurers, you will be joined into new expeditions in the heart of uncharted regions for fame, science, and treasure.

Let's take a look at The Curious Expedition - 1.0 Release Trailer

To download this game you need:

Minimum configuration:

OS: Windows XP

Processor: 2 GHz

Memory: 1 GB RAM

Graphics: 1280x720 minimum resolution, OpenGL 2.0 Support, recommended a dedicated graphics card with 128 MB of RAM

Hard Drive: 150 MB available space

My motivation:

I like games when I was a girl. Games help me transform into characters, experiencing new emotions that practically impossible.

One more thing The Curious Expedition has beautiful game graphics, scoring modes, crossing the stage, increasing the level of players always have curious psychological, explore want to conquer.

In Vietnam the number of game players is quite large so I want to introduce this game for everyone to relax after hard workdays because this game I find quite interesting and easy to play even beginners.

It also has a demo version for you.

Contribution Specifications

  • Translation Overview

He had heard about my trek and [told me a story|regaled me so,|told me] about [an evil|a ravenous|a man-eating|a vicious] hyena called Snarfrattle

A man-eating hyena called Snarfrattle reminds me of the movie Anacoda ( Trăn Nam Mỹ in Vietnamese)

Anaconda is Luis Llosa's 1997 adventure thriller.

While upstream of the Amazon to film a documentary about an Indian tribe believed to be missing, the film crew of director Terri Flores and young professor Steven Cale saved Paul Sarone.

He specializes in hunting snakes and his boat shattered during a storm. Paul declared he could help them find the Indian tribe's hideout. But Paul has many unusual behaviors and the group suspects he has some kind of plot. When Professor Steven was stabbed in the throat by a wasp bee, Paul suddenly turned and controlled the rest.



At this point Paul's intentions were obvious: He wanted to capture the largest South American python on the Amazon River in order to make a big money.

A few days later, several members of the film crew were eaten by pythons. At one point they had the opportunity to kill the python as soon as it clenched Gary Dixon, but Paul prevented it from wanting to catch alive.

Unable to wait for death, the remaining people tried to catch Paul. But the attack of a giant python allowed him to kill Denise Kalberg and free himself. Also during that horrific attack, one more member of the group died.

Paul was eventually eaten by the python himself.



I found the film to be meaningful when telling the story of ordinary people who seek to survive between the harsh and the dangers of nature. And the price to pay for greed sometimes is your own life.

  • Languages :

Source Language: English

Target Language: Vietnamese

Experience: I have shown my experience in application

  • Word count:

My words count: 1281 (Proofreaded by LM @carlpei)

Untranslated words: 0

Total translated words: 1281

Proof of Authorship

  • My activity was be shown in Crowdin project on the following link:

My activity in Crowdin


Firstly, I would like to thank LM @carlpei for his helpful and patient support. I feel very lucky to have Carl because of his positive encouragement, my ability of translation is improving every day.

Secondly, send sincere thanks to all great members of Vietnamese team: lenancie, lecongdoo3, adam.tran.

Last is thanks from the bottom of my heart to Davinci and Utopian for running and developing this project to help more people know.

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Thank you for your contribution to the Davinci-Utopian translation project @lantracy. This is your 28th contribution to the translation category.

In this translation, you are using the correct words and the layout is well structured. It has a logical flow and uses correct punctuation. I've found no error on your translation. This translation is 100% correct. You use factual information as evidence to back up your choice of words and I highly appreciate that. Good work.

Did you know that I have to search the internet for the word "Snarfrattle" too? just to make sure, laugh out loud.

Please be advised that there are new changes in Davinci's policies of more than 2 translations per translator per week but it must not exceed the total of 5 contributions for the whole team per week. If you are planning to submit more than 2 translations per week, I advise you to speak to the team first to avoid a conflict of interest.

Thank you for providing what you have learned during your translation for the readers. I find it informative and engaging, I enjoy reading it.

Thank you for your effort to improve your post. I am happy to see that you also included the source of the images and data in your post.


It is a pleasure to have you as a team member. I look forward to seeing your next contributions.

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thank you so much


Thank you for your review, @carlpei! Keep up the good work!

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