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Sea Rogue
 
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Are you ready for some treasure hunting? Forget about eye patches, parrots and Jolly Rogers! This is a new age treasure hunt.

The game Sea Rogue puts you in charge of organizing an expedition in order to dive and excavate treasures from many sunken ships all over the ocean. Your first task will be to select an appropriate crew for your mission. You can pick some of the pre-generated characters or create your own. Character creation is very similar to what you have done in many RPG games. There are six different classes and you will need one character from each of them for a full crew.

When you finally start the game, you will find yourself on a command bridge of your ship. From here you can move to different part of the ship. These are: the Captain’s station, Weapons/Diving Officer’s station, Sensor Officer’s station, Navigator’s station, Communications Officer’s station and the Engineer’s station. At the beginning you already know the location of the wreckage so let’s travel there (in future you will need to search for wreckage locations in libraries in ports or listen to gossip in taverns). You only know the rough location of the sunken ship so you will have to do some searching around the given location (it’s best to leave that to the computer). Next you will have to create a diving team which will explore the wreck. Be sure to bring some weapons to the ocean bed, because nobody knows what dangers lurk down there. Each diver has a limited amount of oxygen so speed is of the essence. There are five layers of silt on the ocean floor so you will need to do five searches before that square is completely searched.

When you return to the surface you can appraise the loot you have just collected and plot a course to one of many ports all over the world. It is very important to visit ports to re-supply and repair the ship, find about new treasure maps and sell the loot from your latest expedition.

But unfortunately, your team is not the only one searching for treasures in the vastness of the ocean. Evil Eddy is the name of your enemy. He is the wealthiest man in the world and he is plundering ships with an army of his mini subs.

When you detect a hostile ship you may engage into battle or try to avoid direct confrontation and flee. Your weapons consist of two guns, port and starboard gun. Later in the game, when you acquire a submarine (called Sea Rogue) you can use torpedoes to attack hostile subs and ships.

Sea Rouge works fine under WinXP, but it lacks the sound (which is not a big loss, for the music is very repetitive and gets quite boring). For the full experiance I recomend you to use DOSBox.


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