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Platform
:          Windows
Release Date:  September 2006                                  
Publisher:         Atari, Inc.                    
Developer:        Akella
Category:          Adventure/RPG
ESRB Rating:    T for Teen
 
Developed by the Russian team Akella, the developers responsible for the successful pirate titles Sea Dogs, Age of Sail 2, and Pirates of the Caribbean, Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales invites players to experience all the swashbuckling excitement and reckless adventuring of a pirate’s life on the 17th Century Caribbean seas. With both first-and third-person perspectives to choose from, players cruise the Caribbean seas, plunder the coast lines and conquer colonies in a free and open environment to become the most feared and revered pirate.
 
Product Features:
  • Take on the role of either the reckless dashing fortune-hunter Blaze or the beautiful redheaded daredevil Beatrice;
  • Total freedom without plot constraints. Players can literally do what they like whenever they like in an open environment;
  • Develop skills, take on enemies, encounter beautiful ladies and solve treasure hunts in a quest for infamy;
  • Navigate the Caribbean seas, trade goods, plunder merchant convoys, build fleets, and capture and rule colonies;
  • Learn the ropes and sail the high seas in a wide selection of customizable ships;
  • Lease up to four vessels into battle to storm and capture enemy ships for treasure and glory;
  • Devastating weather conditions and full day and night cycles to test players’ sea faring skills;
  • Conquer and manage colonies, construct fortified towns to jealously guard ill-gotten gains;
  • Multiplayer battles with up to 16 opponents including Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Defend the Convoy and Capture the Fort
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