Sid Meier's Pirates! Crack/Patch

Sid Meier's Pirates! An entirely new game engine delivers updated gameplay, stunning new features, spectacular 3D graphics and enhanced surround sound, so players can fully experience the intrigue, adventure and danger of life as a pirate on the Spanish Main. In Pirates! you take the leading role of a Pirate Captain in the 17th century Caribbean amassing fortune and fame in an attempt to seize your rightful place as one of the most revered (and feared!) pirates in history. Test your skills as a sea captain exploring the high seas and exotic ports in a richly detailed 3D world. Overtake the enemy and seize valuable booty. Exchange plank-shattering broadsides in fierce naval battles, and engage in duels with worthy opposing captains. As your reputation and skills grow, so will the size and quality of your crew, and your ability to take on larger enemy ships, raid and plunder heavily fortified ports, and locate ancient treasure. There?s a whole cast of interesting and dangerous characters to meet, mysteries to solve, exotic island destinations to discover, and powerful alliances to forge! [Firaxis]

Download Sid Meier's Pirates! Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 90 / 100
User rating
Downloads 2316
Genre Strategy, General
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Atari , Atari SA / Firaxis Games

Sid Meier's Pirates! reviews ( 6 )

Supert, Nov 20, 2014

Yesterday I played Assassins Creed first time. I cried because this game was awful. Yesterday I played Sid Meier's Pirates! first time. I cried because this game was awesome.

TimK., Dec 7, 2004

Excellent remake of the original Pirates! The world "fun" sums up this treasure. If you play games for "fun", you will like this game. Actually, I like this game even better than the original. How many remakes can you say that about?

S-P, Oct 1, 2012

Having just finished my umpteenth playthrough, I figure it's a good time to write a short review about this underrated gem. I've been a gamer for over 20 years. A relatively passionate one, and not one to generally like strategic games as much as the more action-y titles. The first time I was introduced to Sid Meier's Pirates was with this 2004 remake, in 2004/2005. Played through it, loved it, and sort of forgot about it. Since then, though, I've felt the urge to play it again and again. Sometimes it's after a year, sometimes a year and a half. But it always happens. That is a rare quality in a game, as most titles you beat once and forget about afterwards. It rarely happens with any game, and almost never with games that are this flawed. Pirates is repetitive, relatively shallow for a strategic game, and because it's rated E, it can be obnoxiously childish in tone as well. Plus some of the minigames are just downright tedious, the worst offender being ballroom dancing, that can luckily be skipped with a trainer. But none of the flaws overshadow the fact that Sid Meier's Pirates is FUN. Bringing criminals to justice, forcing that one unfortunate nation off the face of earth (for me it's usually Spain or France), plundering ships and towns, creating the strongest pirate army the world has ever seen, and retiring a legend.. With a bit of imagination, your journey truly becomes legendary -- if not for anyone else, then at least for you. And that's what counts. You start playing, and suddenly, nine hours have passed, and you have to fight against speaking in a pirate "slang" if you manage to somehow exit the game and actually venture outside your apartment for long enough to actually meet real humans. Actual humans, who never seem to have appreciation the struggles us pirates go through during the days after the game again draws you back for a new playthrough. And it will, faults and all. For me, Sid Meier's Pirates wasn't all THAT special when I first played it. But during the years, it's slowly brought itself up from behind, and joined the five games that I can honestly say I've loved during the 20-some years I've been around video games. A feat that almost rivals my latest career as a pirate, having retired as a 36 year old Governor of Campeche, with 180640 gold pieces, 37650 acres of land and a beautiful wife. I did everything that can be done in the game.. Except I only found eight hidden treasures. Which is undoubtedly something I will have to surpass on my next playthrough, in a year or so.

Eddie, Apr 17, 2005

I have played the original a lot back in the 90s, and I must say that when I first started playing it I loved it. Now I have the game for a week and I think its way to easy. In the original Pirates! it was realy hard to get a good end ranking, but in this new version it is far too easy. I played it once on the 3rd difficulty setting and made it to Bishop (only Governor is better) already. Presentation is nice but it becomes a little repetitve after a while. I am glad I didn't spend 45 dollars on it and got it through ebay for 14 dollars including shipping.

CynicMimic, Oct 30, 2017

The problem I have with this game is that it's shallow. It's a bunch of different genres in one, meaning that there are a lot of things to do, but it's spread very thin. The main selling point of the game is sailing around, battling with other ships, and visiting ports. All of that feels good enough, but takes some getting used to, because the control scheme is a bit strange (you use the numpad for most things). Everything else though is represented through various minigames which range from turn-based strategy to rhythm action. It has that "Spore" problem of trying to do too much at once instead of focusing on something specific it can do well, but this game didn't seem to get criticised in the same way. Maybe people love it for the atmosphere and the pirate theme (still rare in gaming), and I can respect that. But while the minigames are varied, none of them are particularly complex or refined, and they're basically the same every single time, just progressively more difficult. I can totally see the appeal, it's a very unique game, and it's fun for a few hours, but it just became repetitive after a short while and I lost interest. If you're looking for a pirate game you can play casually, it might be the game for you. But if you're looking for something with more depth to it, it won't be.

danperth, Jun 21, 2011

Total Rubbish, boring, poor visuals, repetitive. Totally overrated, I just don't know how they give it 88, a score similar to half-life 2! I Would not finish this gave if you paid me too, 0 / 10.