Pirate Battles: Corsairs Bay

Pirate Battles: Corsairs Bay

Pirate Battles: Corsairs Bay is an action game that will appeal best to fans of strategies and sea battles.

This is exactly what the game offers – the gameplay consists of gathering resources, building fleets and then defeating enemies but there’s more – the developer of the app has added random events in the game such as sea monsters that sink ships, floating treasures and more. The main goal in the game is to create your own sea empire so gather resources, defeat your enemies, earn money and experience and then do the same. The battles are the place where you will see that there’s some strategy in the game – you have to place your ships in the best way possible and then make sure you can shoot at your opponents. Then the battle is a matter of turns mostly but in most cases you will win, unless your fleet gets destroyed by a sea monster. All this is wrapped around nice 3D graphics and sound so all is good.

Is Pirate Battles: Corsairs Bay for you, though? The app has a learning curve so if you are not into this genre or if you do not want to spend time learning how to play it then this game is not for you but if this is not the case with you, then go for it – you will like it for sure!

Pirate Battles: Corsairs Bay is here on Google Play.

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