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Rating: 3.22/5 - 7801 Plays
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Genre: Action, Rpg&Strategy Elements

Three great naval countries have been fighting each other to gain control over the Caribbean’s for many years. With none of the sides being able to settle the score, the battle has brought nothing but chaos and disarray to the region. It is up to you to take part in this epic battle and bring the opposing countries finally to their knees.

 



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Controls/Instructions:

Battle it out on the seas and land. Gain control over all the cities. Use the arrow keys to move the ship, or to move character around towns. During sea battles, press Z to shoot the cannons on port side and X to shoot the cannons starboard side of the ship. You can see your and the other ship’s health at the bottom of the screen. Ram the other ship during combat to board it and have your men fight the battle on deck. Buy new supplies, men and upgrades in the cities. If you choose you can attack a city and gain control over it.

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Comments  

 
#6 fergusferret 2017-06-10 00:37
not one of the bestb I have seen and while it may take some back to their childhood, this is not that good a game.

1/5
 
 
#5 harrier0 2012-03-06 14:48
Not as good as one or two other similar style games that were made in the last few years. It still works well though so 3/5
 
 
#4 klayne 2011-04-28 02:53
Ha me too. Back in the day we played the crap outta D&D, Bards Tale, Pirates and Ultima on our Commodore 64. The revamped Pirates! from a few years back was pretty good. Same as the old one though, just better graphics and maybe 1 or 2 xtra options.

They made some great games back then. :)
 
 
#3 Figsak 2011-04-27 12:32
Quoting klayne:
Well Pirates came out in 1987.
Genesis came out in 88 in Japan and 89 in the US.

I remember playing it on my commodore. Great game.

Either your mistaken or it was a SMegadrive or whatever they called it.


Actually, I did some research, and the old SEGA pirate game I was thinking of was actually a version of Sid Meier's Pirates, just under a different name. (Pirates! Gold).

That's what confused me.

I spent months of my life on that game.
 
 
#2 klayne 2011-04-27 05:13
Well Pirates came out in 1987.
Genesis came out in 88 in Japan and 89 in the US.

I remember playing it on my commodore. Great game.

Either your mistaken or it was a SMegadrive or whatever they called it.
 
 
#1 Figsak 2011-03-06 20:42
An attempt at cloning the game Sid Meier's Pirates, which is in turn a clone of an old forgotten SEGA Genesis game.

3/5 stars
 

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