Hail to the Captain!
Sail into the heart of the Caribbean in the Age of Piracy - the time of black flags and white skulls, blue waves and golden opportunities.
Hoist the Jolly Roger and grab the steering wheel to sail through battles and raids, ransoms and treasures, to become the Crimson King of the Antilles!
- 18 classes of ships
- unlimited fleet size
- multiple ships control during the fights
- ship to fort fights with heavy mortars
- 5 types of ammo - cannon balls, chain bals, grapeshots bombs, doubles
- special weapons: explosive barrels, burning oil, battering rams, pre-boarding attacks
- 30 ship upgrades
- character development, experience gaining and level ups
- 20 captain skills - unlocking new game features and possibilities
- realistic sailing model, distances and time passage
- hundreds of islands and dozens of ports
- day/night cycle
- building construction and upgrades
- multiple player held bases
- unlimited number of sea battles of few types (merchants, smugglers, convoys, militatry, treasure galeon, pirate fight, escort)
- story-driven campaign set in a living world full of people
- reputation in 5 nations
- compete with other players in multiplayer PvP and PvE modes
- Reverted available map locks to previous state.
- Bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
The realistic and immersive gameplay this app provides is nothing short of excellent. However, it is not without its issues. Over the span of a week, I had gone from 38,000 coins ( none of which were store bought) to 12,000 coins. This happened not because I had been spending coins, but because the crew payment is ridiculously high. What’s more is, I had only been using one ship to save coins (albeit it was a first rate, so understandably more expensive for crew payment). Before this happened, I had been able to keep up with the ( roughly) 2,400 coin cost for crew payment. I have never delayed payment, so my reputation was outstanding, and yet for some reason, one day the crew cost doubled ( keep in mind, I was still only using one ship) for some reason. I also can’t seem to go anywhere, no matter how close, without getting attacked by patrols or pirates. Still, the realistic sailing experience and interesting plot line are keeping me playing.
Fun and addicting game
I was looking for realistic games with sailing ships and I really couldn't find any good games (except for pirates creed which I got bored with.) I found this game and I was almost amazed at how lucky I was to find this game. Really good game with good graphics, realistic sailing, accurate ships, and realistic ammo types. Maybe except for bombs and mortars. Another thing I really like is the different variants between the ships. I also like the attention to detail in first person. One thing that you could fix is to make the boom on the snow class a little bit higher. I would also like it if there weren't as many spontaneous confederacy attacks against you while traveling between ports. Other than that, this is a great game. If you are looking for a good pirate game, this game is a worthwhile download. Trust me, you'll like it. Unless your the developer who's reading this, you'd already know :p.
Fun Piratey Game
This is a fun open world game. The sailing is simple, better than ACBF.
Good graphics, beautiful scenery, great sunsets and storms (though there seems to be a lot of storms). The ship selection is vast and the attention to ship details is fantastic, and customization is nice.
Fun ship to ship battles, again simple, but believable and much better than ACBF.
The missions and adventures are just challenging enough to keep the game interesting.
Merchant runs work well at lower levels, but become less useful as the game goes on.
Lost cargo and sunken ships are fun to find and the treasure islands a nice addition.
Building your towns and ports is the best way to advance, and getting gems isn’t impossible, just tedious. I would like to be able to go into the towns and into the ports. Perhaps as an in game purchase.
A few minor complaints, the against the wind mechanics, while true to sea travel, is frustrating and an unnecessary complication. Don’t get rid of it, just make it less. The fleet size needs to increase. And better soundings, “Captain, something on the horizon!” while it gives me something to look forward to, there is a lot of horizon, and a bit futile to look for. It would be better if the lookout would yell “Captain, something to port” or “... to south” it would be more realistic and useful.
One last comparison to ACBF, shanties would be a nice addition.
- Teresa Dymek
- 179.5 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2016 Home Net Games
- In-App Purchases
- 20,000 gold coins $7.99
- 4,000 gold coins $2.99
- 1,000 gold coins $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.