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Mar 26, 2012 | 3:38 PM EDT
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Join Captain James T. Stinkbeard and crew as they ply the high seas for adventure and silly treasures. Battle merchants, the royal navy, other pirates, and creatures too horrible to mention! Plunder the gold, upgrade your pirate ship and collect all the treasures!

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PsychoHazardPsychoHazard

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I just love silly games :) The gameplay was very enjoyable, not too challenging (except for level 22, YARRR!) but not completely easy. It would have been nice though to be able to scroll around during the battle, rather than just follow cannonballs. Otherwise, awesome!


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nerdman24nerdman24

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really liked this game. I thought that the dialog was witty and well thought out. I also thought that the treasures were hilarious. The gameplay was good, although I sometimes found myself grinding levels to afford all of the upgrades. Most of all, I liked the music. It really put me in a pirate mood. What was the name of that song? Anyways. . . YARR!


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ruff1298ruff1298

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is, quite honestly, one of the funniest, most enjoyable games I have ever played in my entire life.

Stupid Seas indeed! I love how hilariously useless all the treasures were, and how their discovery had some truly epic lines from the crew doing the opening. The ending was particularly hilarious, especially with that ending scene with all the pirates, navy, and royals showing each other how much they "loved" one another.

Excellent work with the dialogue. I enjoyed the butchering of Ye Olde English and the banter between Stinkbeard and his foes. I especially enjoyed the last conversation, since it lead to one of the most satisfying and hilarious endings I have ever seen.

Loved the challenge of the ships and eventually, the Harpies. I liked that some semblance of strategy needed to be used, but it all ultimately boiled down to a fast-paced, heart-pumping, hilarious blast fest. I especially enjoyed the sound-effects, particularly the cannon combo on unfortunate deckhands' heads.

Brilliant work with the characters. I loved how they each have their own personalities, and some truly epic moments such as the fight at night. (Sad to see that that was the only night fight, though it did show that Stinkbeard is smarter than he looks.)

The bonus treasures were excellent, most especially the Magic "Singing" Trout. Ah, I have never heard such a beautiful song in my life!

Also, great art with the ending scene and the pirate calendar. I especially loved how the artist didn't forget that these were bloodthirsty murderers they were depicting, and that you added something for the boys in the navy.

Finally, that music is awesome. Silly, simple, and very catchy, they have an appropriate level of Swashbuckling and Epic that just amplifies the gameplay and writing.


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rtoorrtoor

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

worms armageddon meets that old game that is kinda like an rpg but not really, you travel around clicking things.. overall it's alright i mean i played it for a good 5 minutes



rayhsrayhs

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game. The "harpies" were hilarious. The only problem at all was that I won the slot machine in 10 spins, bought everything and breezed trough the rest of the game so I didn't get to experience the intended challenge. I'll have to play through again.