Seil gjennom Karibia, plyndre alle skip du møter, eller slå sammen skipene og mannskapet og driv kapervirksomhet i jakten på rikdom – livet du velger, er opp til deg. Kjemp mot utholdende fiender, plyndre intetanende landsbyer, gjør kur til skjønne jomfruer, unngå fangenskap eller let etter nedgravde skatter.
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Veldig positive (1,510 anmeldelser) - 94% av 1,510 brukeranmeldelser for dette spillet er positive.
Utgivelsesdato: 11. jul, 2005

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Seil gjennom Karibia, plyndre alle skip du møter, eller slå sammen skipene og mannskapet og driv kapervirksomhet i jakten på rikdom – livet du velger, er opp til deg. Kjemp mot utholdende fiender, plyndre intetanende landsbyer, gjør kur til skjønne jomfruer, unngå fangenskap eller let etter nedgravde skatter. Finn ut hva som skal til for å bli en av de mest berømte piratene i historien!

Systemkrav

    Minimum: Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP, Pentium® 1,0 GHz eller nyere, 256 MB RAM, 1,2 GB ledig harddiskplass, 64 MB skjermkort* med støtte for maskinvare-T&L, Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP-kompatibelt lydkort*, DirectX® versjon 9.0b (inkludert) eller nyere
    *Angir at enheten må være kompatibel med DirectX® versjon 9.0b eller nyere.
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239 av 255 personer (94%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
175 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
3.3 timer registrert
Publisert: 28. desember, 2015
This is the best Pirate RPG I've had the pleasure of playing, and it's amazing in how it fools you desperately. You have this sort of "drive" to get a VERY good ship. So naturally, "Size Matters" kick in. You take your ♥♥♥♥♥♥ sloop, attack a ♥♥♥♥♥♥ galleas and voila you think! Your ship can now house 32 cannons with a 200 man crew (I believe.) So you take your Galleas, you name it something like "Josephine" and drive it around. You keep your sloop with you or discard it, perhaps even sell it and you feel like Captain Jack Freaking Sparrow. Then you go into a tavern and the lovely barmaid informs you that there's a War Frigate out to kill ya, so you capture that. You now have 50 cannons, possible 400 crew, cargo hold of 128 ton and feel invincible. Then you drive your ship around and feel like the King of the World. That's how it usually is, and seems to be how most people play this game.

It's the wrong way. You start out, you take your Sloop and find a War Canoe. They can be found amongst the savage natives of the Caribbean. You board it with your sloop and acquire it. The next thing you do is to go into town and sell your cannons and your sloop. And everything that's not food. You wont be needing it. You have your War Canoe. You then go to the tavern and recruit the 48 people wanting to join you. Voila, full crew. And you have your War Canoe. The War Canoe is in fact the best ship in the entire game. "But Sir, what about when the English deploy a Ship of the Line to take me out?" You board it. They shoot at you? Well guess what, I hope your Mother taught you how to weave, for you'll be weaving your way around the cannonfire into the Ship. You board it at once the fight starts. If it's too much for you or you take a hit or two, you're in the fastest ship in the game. Turn around, sail away. Nothing can catch up to you. Oh no you wont have cannons, who needs it? Sugar, spice, goods? With your crew of 50 whatever you plunder from the ships in gold is way more than what you'd normally be due. You take your War Canoe, which you'll name something like "Arrow" or "Emma" and ram that thing into whatever comes your way. It's the best ship. Here's why:

-You can bypass ship battles. This means more gold for you. And I personally found them tedious
-Boarding is more manly
-Your ship is the fastest in the game. Get a quest to escort a Governor from Mexico to Florida? Takes you 4 minutes.
-Hunting some ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ that keeps your family hostage? Like hell he can outsail you.
-Smaller Crew means fewer mouths to feed, and more gold for you when you divide the plunder.
-With a big ship, you'll either shoot something dead while taking damage or see them board you without difficulty. Why be the prey?

10/10 game would make my own War Canoe.
 
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250 av 297 personer (84%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
298 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
7.8 timer registrert
Publisert: 28. desember, 2015
Yar Har Fiddley Dee
Betray your country and sail on the sea!
Kill off your crew, earn a heftier fee
you are a Pirate!
 
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98 av 107 personer (92%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
57 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
7.0 timer registrert
Publisert: 5. desember, 2015
I had this game as a kid and, unfortunately, haven't played it in years.
It's still the best pirate game I have ever played.

Maybe one of these days I'll actually rescue my family, but eh.
 
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20 av 24 personer (83%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
2 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
8.7 timer registrert
Publisert: 28. desember, 2015
Good Game, Should remake this game for next gen
 
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15 av 16 personer (94%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
3 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
3.2 timer registrert
Publisert: 28. desember, 2015
Full Disclosure: Used to play this game back in its hey-day long before its Steam release. Bought it again during a previous sale just to reminisce, and its just as good as it was back then.

One of the classics of Sid Meier's earlier days, brought forward to 2005, as whimsical and as rewarding as it was back then as it is now, only hampered by lack of more modern-day support features like widescreen, stability on more modern OS's, etc.

+ Colorful, light-hearted portrayal of the Golden Age of Piracy, with art direction that holds up to today, 2005-era warts and all.
+ Still-unique controls (using the numpad keys) make it one of the more unusual yet easiest to approach and play games to date. You can play this entire game one-handed if you wish.
+ A truly open seas adventure, with only the barest of poking about the overarching story involving revenge and skullduggery. Combine this freedom with solid sea battle mechanics, sword combat, and dancing to impress the local governor's daughter and you've got something unique every run.
+ In classic Sid Meier's style, many options to set player difficulty, including the option to "ante up" at each "dividing the loot" point after ever expedition with a crew.
+ Yar har fiddle de dee you are a pirate~!

- 2005 warts and all. No widescreen support. Lack of modern OS support (with some display issues on Win7 machines). May want to play this in a window and set your expectations of graphical fidelity properly.
- Bit of a conundrum if you do not own a keyboard with a numpad.
- Some would argue that the seas battle mechanics are a bit shallow, the sword combat can be difficult to get into, and the dancing is nigh impossible.
- In classic Sid Meier's style, game can be haphazard in difficulty gaps between the given difficulties.
- Not a ninja. Or a wizard. In space.
 
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