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When hit, the pirates turn into ragdolls and flop around amusingly while other pirates react to the events with funny conversational banter.
There are four game modes: Focus, Frenzy, Campaign and Speed Run. Focus mode has a limited number of stars to throw per level with a time based bonus at the end for finishing quickly. Frenzy mode has unlimited stars to throw, but a limited amount of time to use them all. The score in Frenzy mode is based on how much time it takes to clear the level. Campaign and Speed Run modes are multi-level versions of Focus and Frenzy where you play from levels 1 to 50 and the score is the total of all the levels. Includes global high score support!
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