Level Up And Sail The High Seas In Pirate Power

If you like RPGs and love pirates, or if you love RPGs and like pirates, then Pirate Power just may be the game for you as it mixes together both. Pirate Power is a role-playing game where you create your very own pirate and sail the high seas in search of power, wealth, which of course means gold and loot, and adventure. Pirate Power also takes on a rather light-hearted and kid-like visual appeal with the graphics making it rather suitable for both kids and adults, or really anyone who wants to play as a pirate in search of buried treasure.

Like most RPG games, Pirate Power features multiple different character types reaching more than 60 heroes in all to collect and play, and each hero has their own unique skills and abilities which can be used to devastate enemies. Pirate Power also features boss fights with some big and challenging bosses that will surely test you and your skills. Of course, this game is about pirates after all, which means you're going to need a really cool ship and some strong defenses and weaponry to hold your own, lest your ship be sunk and you find yourself being sent to Davy Jone's Locker.

While leveling up your characters and making them stronger and enhancing their skills is going to be important, making sure you have a sound ship is going to be a heavy focus as well. In Pirate Power you can build your very own ship and outfit it with the things you need, and you can customize it from a collection of over 200 boat parts to truly make it your own. You can also level up your boats from the sail to the hull to make the boat stronger, and if you're ever feeling competitive Pirate Power has PvP battles so you can engage in combat with other players. Pirate Power boasts a huge world to explore, which shouldn't be too surprising since it is a role playing game. If it sounds like something you would be into, you can pick up Pirate Power for free from the Play Store.

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