Compete against other sassy sailors in this silly sailing game. Use your rudder and sail to find the perfect wind in this tropical paradise.
Race against other players and find out who's the silliest sailor.
Unlock continuously sillier ships (and shoes) and after a while even ships (and sofas) with multiple sails.
Behind the silly exterior exists a somewhat (not really) realistic sailing simulation.
- Surprisingly silly ships!
- Sassy sailors!
- Sturdy steering!
- Supernatural seas!
- Sustainable silliness!
- Savvy seafaring!
- Suspenseful sounds!
- Sudden sand!
- Spontaneous seagulls!
- Smooth scrolling!
- Shiny sausages!
- Shaky sealegs!
- Salty shores!
- … stop reading this and play the game!
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Ratings and Reviews
Master the winds and compete on tropical racecourses.
This game is pretty great, for the first few rounds. It is relatively similar to real sailboats in the way you move, but really only has two controls, you don’t have to tack/come about, or control much more than looseness or tightness of the sail, and obviously turning. It has a cool design that could be worked on, but is one of the singular most boring games I have ever played. Different races really are all the same, and once you are able to mentally link the two controls there is absolutely nothing else to learn. The only things you buy are cosmetic so I have no reason to play very much, and the controls are hard to get used to. Scrap it, start over, and add more stuff. Maybe multiple sails that you have to control individually, or a bit of a story where you have to sail around a map to do stuff. The basic idea of the game is cool and unique, but the way it is implemented is very much not so.
Also, the menus are pretty uninteresting but very smooth, and I encountered no frame issues on my SE.
This is the first sailboat game I have played in a long time that understands sailing and try's to simulate a small boat regatta. 5 stars for That! That said, it has a lot of room for improvement. I find the controls a little tricky. The rudder seems very sensitive. Maybe a more analog adjustable tiller on the bottom of the screen with a vertical sheet control? Also, the tutorial I think is inadequate for someone who has never sailed before. A more closeup view of what the sail is doing when you adjust the sheet and a speed indicator might be helpful to show people new to sailing how you can adjust the sail to get the most speed in a given direction. Lastly, why can't I buy it to remove the ads? Anyway, a great game and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in sailing.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.