Pirates of Nassau
Gung Ho Games
In the early years of the 18th century, the port of Nassau was a notorious haven that attracted pirates from far and wide.
In Pirates of Nassau you become a pirate operating out of this infamous port. You will capture and plunder the merchant ships that ply the nearby trade routes and use your ill-gotten gains to improve your ship and hire a motley crew of buccaneers. As you do so, your notoriety will grow and you will become a target for the Royal Navy, which is attempting to crush the pirates of the Spanish Main. Do you have the skill, daring and low cunning needed to become the greatest of the Pirates of Nassau?
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