Friday - January 01, 2021
Sink Again - Released
The pirate game Sink Again has been released:
Sink Again is a humorous game with a pirate theme.
Game genre : turn-based tactics with board game elements and much more.loading...
Immerse yourself in a world of hot Caribbean atmosphere. Assemble the perfect crew of pirates and go to hunt treasures.
Trade goods, explore dungeons, board and conquer ships, search for buried treasures, complete scenarios to unlock new content for your next adventure.
The uniqueness of the game is that the entire game world is generated anew at each start of a new scenario.
The game features:
- 18 unique scenarios (missions) each of which will give you 2-3 hours of joy
- 15 different types of pirates with unique characteristics and appearance
- 50 positive and negative traits that randomly drop out to your pirates and significantly affect their abilities
- 95 different inventory items to set the perfect pirate build.
- Endless variety of adventures , taking into account the fact that each game is generated in a new way
The game continues the tradition of turn-based tactics and brings many new elements and mechanics to the genre.
Sunday - November 15, 2020
Sink Again - Early Access Review @ TBL
The Turn Based Lovers checked out the Pirates RPG/Sim Sink Again:
Sink Again – Hands on!
“Life is a toy, a well, a moon”
– M. Monicelli
Pirates are cool, that’s for sure. Eveybody loves pirates, they are strong, rude but, at the same time, sweet, romantic and, above all, somehow funny. To be honest, the idea of pirates we have in mind has nothing to do with the real pirates.
Don’t you believe me? Ok, try to read on…
Let’s say that a good percentage of the things we all associate with the pirates trace back to Luis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island“, and most of them are just stereotypes. For example, if we think about parrots, it’s clear that at that time the food supply was often low on many vessels, making pets a luxury that almost nobody could afford.
And what about the “Skull & Crossbones” flag? Here there seems to be a kernel of truth in fact by the early 1700s, buccaneers had started sewing skulls and crossbones onto black flags. Believe it or not, these sent a peaceful message. Unfurling a black flag of any sort meant that if a vessel surrendered its goods, the outlaws were willing to spare her crew!
Well, what’s left to say about Sink Again?
The game is still in E.A. but, even now, it is really surprising. It tries, with success, to mix different genre with the clear intention to entertain rather than to simulate the real life of a pirate. With this in mind, we can surely forgive some oversimplifications, especially considering that we’re talking about a solo-project. For sure, there is still room for improvement, but the developer seems very skillful and active!
I can’t wait to try the final release!