Puzzle Pirates for iPad

There is a lot of excitement about this game, but alas, I’ve never heard of it before. Apparently it’s quite well received on the PC, has puzzles to solve, islands to explore, ships to sail and pirates that may or may not sing and may or may not drink rum. Either way, it looks interesting, albeit for a bit of a younger crowd. The graphics look a little Fisher Price if you get my meaning, but that’s OK, I’m willing to look past that. It’s Free to Play and it’s from Sega, both of which have me a little leery. But I’ll give it a god and see what happens. I like puzzle games. I’m not very good at them, but I like them. And hey, it’s not Zombie themed so that’s a nice change isn’t it?

Hoist your anchor and prepare to puzzle–join Puzzle Pirates and become part of a thriving pirate world! Puzzle with crews of other players to loot and pillage! Customize your garb, home and ship! Adventure in a vast world filled with pirates, treasure and puzzles!
PUZZLE FUN
Enjoy and master 20+ puzzle games from sailing to sword fighting. Whether manning the sails, loading cannons, or hauling treasure; your puzzle playing prowess determines success!
PUZZLE TOGETHER
Experience exciting cooperative puzzling with other pirates! Work together as the crew of a pirate ship as you sail for treasure and adventure or go ashore to show off your loot and swap tall tales!
A PIRATE’S LIFE INDEED!
Adventure in a huge world: islands, towns, oceans, sea monsters, taverns for multiplayer puzzles and more! Upgrade your home, your ship and your wardrobe on your way from bilge rat to pirate king in one of the deepest games available on iPad!
Already a fan of Puzzle Pirates? The tablet version is completely connected to the PC oceans you know and love, now play anywhere and anytime.
Features:
√ FREE to Play!
√ 22 single and multiplayer puzzle games!
√ Puzzle together! Join a crew for adventure or socialize with the thousands of pirates online!
√ Customize your pirate and pirate home with hundreds of pieces of garb and decorations!
√ Become a captain, own a shop or even govern an island!
√ Deep MMO world. Hunt for sea monsters, sell and trade your loot, participate in huge sea battles!
√ Monkeys!
√ Cross-play! Seamless synchronization with all PC oceans.

Puzzle Pirates by Sega

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