Over at ForbiddenCove They are holding a Lego pirate ship building contest! At least I assume that's what they want, as the rules never really specify just what your supposed to build! Anyway, the contest runs from January 1, 2010 through March 15'th, 2010. According to their contest rules, all submissions must be built specifically for there Jolly Roger contest, and can't be already in progress builds. The booty consists of various pirate Lego sets and various other assorted trinkets! Head on over and have a look at the official rules HERE!
<p><img alt="" class="previewthumb" src="http://www.piratesahoy.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=60&stc=1" style="float: left; margin-left: 5px; margin-right: 5px;">One of the most popular sections since Pirates Ahoy! started is the release dates area where we make guesses on future releases as well as record older releases, which we're sure we're right on...<br>
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All the "Release Dates" are based on either publisher or developer statements which means it could be nowhere near that time.<br>
The Micropose link heads straight to Atari as they own Microprose and its pretty much defunct in all but name.<br>
There have been many previous pirates games released i have not included them as at PA! we will not cover them, maybe ill put them in in the future as a historical type thing.<br>
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Dawn of Discovery is the latest game in the classic Anno seriesreleased back in June, the European version is referred to as Anno1404. Why Ubisoft felt a name change was necessary for the westernmarket is beyond me. Anyway, I posted this on the forum a while back,but I thought I would go ahead and post it on the front page for thosethat missed it. I had posted a lot about this game on the forum earlierthis year, I'm a big fan of the Anno series of games and I was reallylooking forward to this one, but when I found out about the draconiancopy protection included with the original release of this game Ipretty much gave up on it. Back at the end of October, Ubisoft releasedan official patch for this game fixing a few bugs and completelyremoving the TAGES copy protection!
In 2003, the game "Pirates of the Caribbean" made by the Russian game studio Akella, was released to the public. Being the hyjacked Sea Dogs 2 in disguise, the game was a rush-job with a lot of potential that went untapped in the original game. However, this was soon to change with the PiratesAhoy! Build Mod series!
"Pirates of the Caribbean: New Horizons", also known as "PiratesAhoy! Community Build 14" has been worked on non-stop ever since the release of the original game.
What we have been able to accomplish blows all our expectations out of the water.
We have added more features, some of which were thought to be impossible to achieve due to game engine limitations, most notably the DirectSail and Different Flags mods. There is vastly more historical realism, with different time settings being available within the same game. And there is much more story as well, with...
Keith has had the new main page up for the past week or so, I was just curious how many of you scallywags are actually reading it, or at least looking at the pretty engravins! Please don't just vote, post and explain your vote! Oh, btw, you can find it HERE!
Had a hard day of pillaging and looting? Just can't get the smell of gunpowder and bilge-water out of yer nostrils? Do the tavern wenches run screaming when they get a whiff yer pungent aroma? Fear not lads! I have found the perfect solution! Funky Chunks Pirate Collection!
Paradox Interactive has announced East India Company: Battle of Trafalgar, a new standalone add-on to East India Company set to be available for digital download at all major digital download portals from December 8th. East India Company: Battle of Trafalgar recreates the legendary naval battle fought between the British Royal navy and the combined fleets of the French and Spanish navies during the height of the Napoleonic wars in late 1805.