The Braveland trilogy concludes with the most exciting book of all, number three – welcome to Braveland Pirate strategy game! A crew of pirates led by Captain Jim embarks on a search for the Eternal Treasure.
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Release Date: Sep 15, 2015

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The Braveland trilogy concludes with the most exciting book of all, number three – welcome to Braveland Pirate strategy game! A crew of pirates led by Captain Jim embarks on a search for the Eternal Treasure. Hordes of undead, chests full of gold, devious pirate captains, and breathtaking adventures await you in the Free Islands.

- Your Hero steps on the battlefield for the first time in the series
- Travel freely between the islands on your own ship
- Random encounters with enemies in the open sea
- Heaps of rare artifacts stashed away in treasure chests
- Pirate tricks that change the course of a battle
- Three talent trees to enhance your captain
- A real pirate crew: cabin boy, daredevil, cannoneer, possessed, and many more
- Hand drawn tropical islands surrounded by a vast ocean
- Hunt for the heads of the most notorious criminals
- More than seven hours of real adventures

Braveland Trilogy:
- Braveland
- Braveland Wizard
- Braveland Pirate

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP Service Pack 3 or later
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 750 MB available space
    • OS: Mountain Lion 10.8 or later
    • Processor: Intel Core Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 4850, NVIDIA GeForce GT 120, Intel HD 3000, or equivalent card with at least 512 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 750 MB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Dual Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260, ATI Radeon 4870 HD, Intel HD 4000, or equivalent card with at least 512 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 750 MB available space
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36 of 45 people (80%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
20.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 14, 2015
Braveland Pirate is the third of the series its a Cute turn based RPG game and in my opinion worth the money because in my mind a game worth 1$/hour and its around 7 hours of gameplay time On easy. I completed the whole game on Hard and it took me around 15 hours. The music is perfect but there is only 1 or 2 of them in loop.

The graphics are 2D but with cool colors. The story is fine . You travel accross the islands to level up get gear and gold and upgrade the number of your army. There is a talent tree so u can choose your gameplay offensive,defensive or rage build.

After each battle you earn gold and experience and you repair the number of guys you lost in battle with gold.

There is 3 modes easy,normal and hard and you can change whenever you want but watch out there is a couple achievements about not changing it .

There is achievements for the 100% game hunters :)

I would give it a 3.8 out of 5

Sorry if my english was bad and i hope you will enjoy this game

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12 of 12 people (100%) found this review helpful
14.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 13, 2015
After not-so-good Wizard, Braveland Pirate is surprisingly good, even if borrows heavely from Katauri's King Bounty.

Probably the most improtant change for me is that the balance of the strength of your enemies and the amount of gold earned now makes way more sense, if compared to the previous installment. That was the biggest problem with Wizard, and in Pirate it is evidently properly taken care about.

But changes, and most of them to the good, are numerous. You hero is now represented with a unit on the battlefield, which in theory limits your choice of troops to be taken with, but I haven't found it to be a hindrance. The hero unit is, on the other side, quite useful and perfectly serves both as a damage dealer and a magnetic absorber of enemies' ranged attacks. The hero attibutes do not affect the army anymore, which is not much of loss, since they their bonuses were neglectable anyway. Instead they affect the hero unit only, which works fine with artefacts now being many and mostly useful. The levelcap has also been increased to level 15.
Recruitable units are now grouped into pools, with units from each pool being available for hire in any one of tavern network scattered around, which saves you quite some time. Dungeons now have limits, which is fine for me as well.
There are quite a few other new interesting features introduced, but I'll stop here, and let you discover by yourself.

Overall, the best thing of all is that the game feels now much more solid, mature and well-designed, if compared with the prior parts. It is evident, that this time the developers have put a notable amount of effort into improving and polishing of the game, and I'd say that they have definetely succeded.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
30.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 16
Braveland Pirate is the third and last game of the Braveland trilogy. The three storylines aren't related, so you can play them in any order. However, I would recommend to play them as they are supposed to be ( Braveland => Wizard => Pirate ). Keep the best for the end : Pirate is, in my opinion, the most entertaining and enjoyable game of the series.

Braveland Pirate is a turn-based strategy game with three difficutly levels, in which Jim, a new pirate rookie, will have to find the missing parts of the treasure map and manage his crew. The game combines the best of the previous games and introduces some new ideas and improvements.
  • The playable character is, this time, a unit that you can control in the battles
  • New and more elaborated skill tree
  • New spells system : every time a unit attacks, you accumulate rage points that allow you to use tricks (speed bonus, healing, etc)
  • Pirate universe, so there are accordingly new units
  • Less linear game : there are 7 islands and you can come and go as you please
  • There are a few dungeons again, but they are not endless as in Braveland Wizard. You can only fight x times per dungeon
  • Sea encounters
  • Better survival system (tricks, skills)
  • Equipment diversity
  • More choices
  • Optional quests
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
6.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 31, 2015
As charming as the other Braveland games, doesn't reinvent the wheel and will probably never touch it again but was a nice way to waste a lazy afternoon.

Definitely removed a lot of the rough edges fom the second game, the extra abilites feel a lot more worthwhile, the progression better balanced and the grindy dungeons are now an option for if you're struggling rather than a necessity.

None of the series are life changing experiences but if you fancy a clean, straightforward RPG without all the drama and intensity the genre often falls into you can't go far wrong with any of the Bravelands.
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11 of 16 people (69%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 15, 2015
Your standard RPG strategy game, a high amount of abilities and tons of equipment. Phenomonal Artistic Direction! The soundtrack also helps to set your swash bucklin theme. A more than fair price for the amount of content you recieve as well as the qaulity. You might get Appish vibes from this, which is inconsequential being that the game is good. I recommend it especially if your looking for a new RPG and want to be a Cap'n like me!

30 Minutes or Less, AYE AYE CAP'N!

Thanks so much for reading my review, hope it helped. Really loving the warm tropical colors in this game!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
21.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 31
Braveland Pirate

Overall Score: 10/10

Short Summary:
Pirates !! You play as a pirate survivor who travels between different islands, collecting treasures and facing different types of enemies.
Estimated gameplay hours: 12-15 for one playthrough, 20+ for another.

Braveland Games Comparison:
1) Unlike the previous games, you now play with your main character.
2) Tricks: If you've played Heroes Of Might & Magic this one will be familiar to you because you can purchase different "Tricks" (which are skills building up by "Courage" points each time you attack an enemy) and use those tricks on the enemy squad.
3) Extensive & Rich Gameplay: There are 7 islands overall. You have more enemies,more boss fights, more items, more maps and more skills for your hero and for the units in this game.

I invite you Braveland fans (And beginners) to go for this amazing advanture. I had a lot of fun playing this sequel they made a great work and fear not, this will not be the last one.
You're more than welcome to also check my screenshots for this game [link below] to see what this game has to offer.

Note: It's not a must to play the previous games because this one combines them both but I do recommend getting the trilogy on a nice sale.

* Skip it.
** Not Recommended.
*** Give It A Try.
**** Recommended On Sale
****** Recommended On Full Price
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.8 hrs on record
Posted: July 2
For a game under $3.00 I found this rather interesting. It had a great storyline and the music was nice and soothing and I’ve played the game for hours and the music didn’t annoy me. Overall it’s a good game for its price in my opinion and you should give it a try.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 15, 2015
The third installment of the Braveland series. You don't need to play the first two to beat this one, however it is pretty cool to see some of the units you had in the previous games as enemies. Also, there's one spot where an old man ask you questions pertaining to the old games, but you can find those online or just not bother with that achievement.

The game itself is pretty good, just like the other two. This one seems to be about 12 hours to beat on the hardest difficulty if you go for all the extra stuff that you can actually accomplish in one play through. That alone is worth the asking price in my opinion for a strategy game.

-5 units to choose from like the first two
-there's a skill tree type thing like in the second one-
there's "hidden" treasure chests throughout the islands
-there's mutliple islands to visit
-there's dungeons to earn extra gold and experience after you beat levels or you can go out to sea and try to get random encounters instead
-there's a couple of different equipments you can strive to get to become more powerful
-there's multiple ways to build your squad
and since it's a strategy game there's multiple ways to play.

It does feel a little bland compared to the first two to be quiet honest and I'm not sure why or what could be changed to alter that, but I still think it's a decent enough game. I don't think it has replay value though. I was going to go back through to get the achievements I couldn't get the first time, but I got bored after just a few levels and decided to just write this instead. To be fair, I don't think any game has much replay value unless it has online multiplayer or co-op though.

Easily worth a pick up if you played the first two or you just like chill little strategy games
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9 of 20 people (45%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
13.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 28, 2015

This is a summary of my review video, which I encourage you to watch
if you are looking for a more in-depth review.

Braveland Pirates is a hexagonal turn based strategy game. It is the third of a three part adventure offered by Tortuga Team, exploring the adventures of different characters in the world. I have played and reviewed the original game in this trilogy, and I found it to be a small, enjoyable game with a tight knit story that drew me in, and a balanced gameplay with a solid, strong hero. The same, unfortunately, can not be said for Braveland Pirates.

The overall impression I got of this game was that they tried to expand upon their original idea, and overshot it. You play as a pirate that travels to various islands in order to collect pieces of a map which lead you to a legendary treasure. Other than that, the dialogues, companions and storytelling doesn't build into feeling like a pirate, or the captain of your crew. None of the story adds any depth into feeling like a pirate adventure. The units you work with and unlock throughout the game do not hold up tactically to the increase in difficulty as you progress. There are some exceptions to this rule, as I go over in the video review ,but in addition, when you enter later stages of the game, you are limited as to what units are available, and are forced to use some units simply because you have no other option due to lack of balance in between the units. The lack of units that are available also means that you are fighting many, many battles with the same units.

When there are limited troops available, and therefore limited mechanics, this adds to the feeling of grinding or repetition throughout the battles. It falls to the strength of the story to pull the player into the game, and unfortunately, this game has failed in that aspect, as the story is poorly written and structured. The hero does have talents that he can earn throughout the game, but these talents which can be useful, lack any feeling of power as you level up, it is felt more through the gear and weapons that you pick up.

I do not fault the game for being simple in its style or mechanics, but I feel that there needed to be certain adjustments to the hero, the troops and the mechanics in order feel like a flushed out game of this size. The game did not respect my time. Even on the hardest setting, the difficulty is a joke! As long as you have a basic knowledge of this style of genre, that is. The main times I had any trouble was situational to do the really bad balance at some points. You are limited in your hero's development, and in the support units you choose. I wanted to like this game, and went into it expecting a continuation of the experience I had in the first game. Instead I felt that my time was wasted.

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10.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 31
Casual and entertaining indeed
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9.9 hrs
Posted: September 18
Just as fun as the two before it
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18.4 hrs
Posted: July 29
Remindes me of Heroes, even if is more cartoonish and waaaaaaaaay less complex.
Is quite a nice little game. It could have more content and should allow you to go beyond level 15 and explore many more maps.
You are guided throughout the game to go in almost only one durection, without really choosing your path.
If you get it on a sale, I recommend it.
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4.6 hrs
Posted: July 26
A bit grindy and repetitive, but still fun to play.
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16.0 hrs
Posted: June 21
carrying on the strength of the previous two a good solid game decently balanced, athough less linear still fairly locked to a story, a little more flexability would have made a fantastic game perfect!
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20.0 hrs
Posted: June 6
I've fully played and beat all 3 of the Braveland games. The original was my favorite, the 2nd one was my second favorite, and the third was my least favorite. If I'm being completely honest, I only finished the Braveland Pirate game because I wanted to finish out the trilogy thus far, but man was it grueling. Do I recommend this game? Yes, I do, but it was long, drawn out, repetive and boring. It's not my cup of tea and the first and second games were the perfect length for a game like this, but I would recommend this kind of game for a younger age of player.
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8.2 hrs
Posted: May 28
Hey everyone and this is my review about the game!

This is a Turn based strategy game.


You can change the Sound volume. (There are 5 Volume balls)
You can change the Music Volume. (There are 5 Volume balls).
You can play in windowed mode or fullscreen mode.
You can change the resolution size.
There is an EASY/MEDIUM and a HARD difficulty.
Music is alright in the main menu.

About the game.

The game plays very simple. You play on a story driven game and you usually play and walk on 1 straight line on the world map. There are some multiple directions but you are always pointed to 1 location. You control units and you move 1 unit at a time. The speed of the character will decide how fast he is able to do his turn again. The more units(higher number), the higher their damage will be. They have a health bar and if that depletes to 0, then you lose 1 unit. Units can be rebought from a tavern or location or refilled after a battle (Which automatically will cost you some victory coins). During a combat you are able to turn on the health bar and if you right click on an enemy or your own unit. Then you will be able to see their status. Units will usually only relatiate once, Unless they have some kind of attribute or effect. You are able to use and unlock abilities. Each hit that you do against an enemy unit will give you 1 ability point.

Funny Interesting Story.
Main Character is able to Level up.
Small Skill tree.
Nice artwork.
Nice Cartoony graphics.
Combat Music is the same from all other games.
Well explained Small tutorial ingame
Could be a bit grindy.

Other things.

There are 3 braveland series. This is "Part 3". Braveland is part 1, Braveland Wizards part 2. All of the games plays almost the same.

The game plays similiar like the game series from "Heroes of might and magic" (Good game btw).


I Give this game a 8/10
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32.4 hrs
Posted: May 24
If you liked the first two Braveland games, you'll like this. If you haven't played any of them, get one (or all) on sale. Simple fun, but I'd only recommend playing the games at least 6 months apart as not much changes from game to game.

Everything else is details.
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11.2 hrs
Posted: May 15
This is the third and final game in the Braveland series. They're fairly casual turn based strategy games, with a little bit of RPG and stat-building. This one started off a little on the difficult side, even on Regular difficulty, but by the halfway point, I was overpowered enough that I think I only lost one fight from that point. The art and gameplay is as charming as ever, and the story, such as it is, does a good job of separating the game sections out. If you haven't played the other Braveland games, you should still be able to get through this without any problem, and there really isn't much connectivity between the three games. But if you want a fairly casual turn based strategy game, this series is a good starter. Though I would recommend Renowned Explorers for a slightly deeper Turn Based experience. This game took about 11 hours to finish.
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