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- "Set sail with Pirates of the Caribbean and take your social gaming to the next level."
Pirates of the Caribbean: Master of the Seas is a gaming app available on the iPad, iPhone, and the iPod Touch.
As of 7/23/2015, Pirates of the Caribbean: Master of the Seas is now considered a retired app in both the Google Play and iTunes app stores. The app is no longer available for download, nor is it playable any longer for those who still own it. More information can be found here.
Set sail with Pirates of the Caribbean and take your social gaming to a completely new level! Master of the Seas is the first mobile game to combine deep story and brilliant graphics with compelling social gameplay. Become a pirate as you create your ship, build your crew, and embark on quests wrapped around the lore from the Pirates of the Caribbean universe.
- Invite friends to join your crew, the bigger your crew the stronger you are!
- Battle other pirates to gain rewards and increase your standing.
- Buy cannons, weapons, amulets, and equipment to upgrade your ship.
- Explore exotic islands, buy properties, and complete quests to earn gold and experience.
Only the savviest pirates know when to plunder rivals, engage friends, and chart a course to become a legend - The Master of the Seas!
Playing is fairly simple, when you dock at an island, simply click on a quest (marked by a flag). To complete the quest simply click ‘Do Quest.’ Repeat the quest till you master. Master all the quests to master the island. Master all the islands to become Master of the seas.
Each island has varying amounts of quests, and each requires certain items, and stamina. Complete quests to gain Gold and Experience to level up. Leveling up unlocks new items and new islands an quests.
There are many items which you can purchase with your gold, but most require a certain level to unlock.
In Master of the Seas there are 22 islands which you will attempt to become a master of.
A small island with little more than a beach. It’s the first island that you encounter which has two quests for you to master. (Also a part of the Tutorial)
|Loot a Haunted ship||Lure a way the ghostly crew, then loot the ship's holds and flee.||1 Energy||1 Crew Member||10 XP||3 Gold|
|Escape from the Undead||The ghosts discover you and vow revenge.||2 Energy||1 Crew Member||20 XP||3 Gold|
Silver Sand Beach
The second island you encounter, and is the first island with a Boss Quest which you can only do once, and only after mastering all the previous quests on that island.
|Practice Cannon Shots||Practice, Practice, Practice. 'Tis the only way to perfect yer cannon skills. And Them posies deserve it.||1 Energy||1 Crew Member||15 XP||10 Gold|
|Powder Monkey||Level 3|
|Cabin Boy||Level 6|
|Ship's Carpenter||Level 24|
|Sailing Master||Level 42|
|First Mate||Level 51|
|Master of the Seas||Level 60|
|Master of the Night Seas||Level 90|
- Shipwreck Cove
- Whitecap Bay
- St. George's Island
- Cannibal Island
- Isla de Virtudes
- Basse Terre
- Blood Island
- Silver Sand Beach
- Sunken Island
- Laguna del Diablo
- Skullhead Island
- Port Royal
- Shark Lagoon
- St. Elmo's Isle
- Nuevo Montemayor
- La Grande İle
- İle de Calmar