Developer: Victorian Clambake
Initial Release Date: March 23, 2017
Steam Release Date: September 19, 2017
Operating Systems: Windows 7 and up everywhere, Mac and Linux support on Steam.
Regular Price: $4.99
Contact Email: ContactClambake@gmail.com
The Developer: Evan Massie - A game developer, nautical enthusiast, pianist, writer, artist, animator, programmer, designer, gamer, composer, and computer technician.
An 8-bit adventure about sailing the Atlantic in the 1700's - inspired by The Oregon Trail. There are 6 different ships with speeds matching their real life counterparts. It has arcade style minigames and an 8-bit soundtrack of traditional naval tunes to accompany you on your perilous voyage. You will face storms, pirates, diseases and the realization that sailing can be a very dangerous and tedious job with little to no pay or reward.
Originally The Caribbean Sail was just a simple construct to test out some basic system functions for a much bigger project, later I decided to release it to get experience marketing and releasing a game properly. The game was almost entirely made from the ground up in two weeks and since going public much more content has been added often.
- Planning and preparing for the voyage
- A litany of diseases and events
- Real time naval combat
- Harpoon fishing to replenish supplies
- Fully functioning liars dice against AI
- Online messages in bottles
- Online leaderboards
- Route Planning - New locations to visit on your voyage
- Fantasy Toggle - Sea monsters, Myths and Mystery
Store Page Links
Steam Store Page - http://store.steampowered.com/app/657690/The_Caribbean_Sail/
Indie Retro News - http://www.indieretronews.com/2017/09/the-caribbean-sail-nautical-game.html