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Pirate Code
Genre: Strategy, RPG
Platforms: PC, Mac
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Oct 23, 2013 @ 8:19pm
Jan 8 @ 1:17pm

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Pirate Code is a fully released game
and is available from our website.[] Before you vote, take a second to try the game.[] Pirate Code is currently available for PC and Mac. We're also actively working on new features. Our next release will include a multiplayer mode which will allow you to take your fleet against other players! Time to shiver some timbers!

Release date: October 22nd, 2013
Build a powerful fleet to stop the tide of darkness that is sweeping the seas! Pirate Code is a turn-based strategy game set on a hexagon grid. Opposing sides have fleets of ships, each with unique arrangements of cannons, range and speed. Captains are assigned to some ships, giving them powerful bonuses and teaching the crew new skills. As you explore the vast ocean and complete missions you’ll discover new ship designs, acquire more crew, and enlist able captains. Soon you’ll find the ocean engulfed by a new super power – one that is bent on opening the gate to the nether world. Your small band of pirates, mercenaries and outcasts is all that stands in its way. Live by your code.

  • 20 unique ships to unlock
  • 4 captains that teach special actions to ships
  • Over 3 dozen islands to discover scattered over a huge ocean
  • An Epic story with unexpected twists
  • Beautiful graphics and piratey music

Pirate Code is ready to set sail. You can download the demo today from!
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Peter  [author] Jun 18 @ 5:36pm 
Thanks, glad to know that there's still interest in the linux version. Votes like yours keep it on my radar as well.
psymin Jun 18 @ 11:05am 
+1 for linux support, this is now on my radar :)
Peter  [author] Apr 24 @ 7:55am 
Absolutely nothing is more important to me than feedback! Thanks for yours. I'll try to make some improvements and get back to you in a few weeks. In the mean time I would love to hear your thoughts on the game play itself. The game is available for download from our site. The first chapter is freely available.
Dr.Threeee_shadow>SK Apr 23 @ 5:58am 
The gate on the logo looks all right but the blue bottom part and the ship look bad.
Im being honest! You might not like it but better bad and then repaired than bad and not fixed.
Dr.Threeee_shadow>SK Apr 23 @ 5:55am 
The logo should be a bit more refined in quality. It made me think that this game is absolute horror but what i see in the trailer? The gameplay looks fantastic and graphics too! -upvote
ionutudor2012 Apr 19 @ 6:14pm 
lee.649 Feb 7 @ 6:55pm 
I voted "yes". I agree with Razorbitz about the logo. I didn't even bother clicking on the link for this game for the longest time. It looked like it was a kid's game or a point-and-click adventure game.
Peter  [author] Jan 7 @ 6:19am 
Thanks for the feed back on the logo, Razorbitz! I know there's a lot of pirate games out there. Is there another game out there with a logo that you could suggest as a good example of what you had in mind? And, of course, thanks for the upvote!
Razorbitz Jan 6 @ 10:23pm 
I love what I see, but your logo is an absolute turn off. This may be me personally, but the character avatar clashes with the logo and background, so I reccomend either removing the character or provide a more refined logo to help draw people in. I know, it's a weird nitpick, but it's just a suggestion. I love what you're developing here, as it looks to have massive potential if done right. Good luck! *upvote*
*Logan* Jan 5 @ 9:06am 
This is a great game, It's on sale half price from the website right now, I picked it up and I'm happy with my purchase.