Snowbird Game Studios announces new action-RPG, Caribbean!
Posted: 02.07.2012 16:19 by Comments: 4
New Russia-based indie developer Snowbird Game Studios has announced a new action-RPG based during the Golden Age of Piracy, Caribbean! The game allows players to choose their career in a world filled with brutal sea battles, boarding fights, duels, political intrigues and piracy.

The developer is working with TaleWorlds Entertainment, who worked on the original Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword, and as such, Caribbean! runs on the Mount & Blade game engine, which will feature the same melee battles system and horse-riding mechanics.

According to the press release, the game will have the following features:

* Sea battles with intuitive and easy control system;
* The real-time boarding fights that throw player in the centre of the action;
* Detailed management and customization of both the fleet and the crew;
* Complex siege system allowing the players to storm forts, harbors or entire cities;
* Different kinds of artillery: shipboard cannons, mortars and howitzers;
* Random events system that keeps players question their decisions during their voyage;
* True ‘Carribean’ atmosphere of the vast and dangerous world;
* Unique NPCs whose design based on the real historical figures;
* Various multiplayer modes featuring the sea and land battles, boarding and sieges.

Caribbean! is due to be released on PC this coming Fall 2012.
Related games: Caribbean! (PC)


By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Jul 02, 2012
That looks a LOT like 'Pirates of the Burning Sea' but I guess the source material can make that happen ^^
By Longsword (SI Core Member) on Jul 03, 2012
What is this source material you speak of? XD

If done right, this could be a lot of fun, though I wonder just what "True Caribbean" atmosphere means? o.O
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Jul 03, 2012
At last, a pirate game that may not be hampered by being based on the genres of Adventure or Trading/Building...."hampered" at least as far as I'm concerned. Enjoy my 'Age of Sail' sea battles.
By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Jul 03, 2012
As long as I can enjoy my ship combat the way it was meant to be enjoyed. One ship, two broadsides and a WHOLE lot of noise! *chugs some rum*