|a game by||Data East|
|Platform:||Sega Master System|
|Editor Rating:||4.5/10, based on 1 review, 2 reviews are shown|
|User Rating:||6.7/10 - 3 votes|
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|See also:||Arcade Games|
Number of Levels: 4 Theme: Action Difficulty: Average Number of Players: 1 Available: 1990
Shiver Me Timbers, Matey!
Captain Silver is the latest in Sega's post-RPG thrust to incorporate play mechanics and themes that are closer to arcade titles. This title was licensed from Data East and it does a fair job of duplicating the game play found in most of your horizontally-scrolling arcade favorites.
You control a young lad named Jack Avery, on a quest to find a fabulous treasure that has been left behind by the infamous Captain Silver. The only trouble is that while the Cap'n may be dead, his evil spirit isn't about to let you walk away with his booty without a fight! You can battle the ghoulies that appear to stop your progress, as well as the Captain himself, with your trusty sword. Along the way you can also increase your blade's effectiveness by recovering a variety of power-ups. Other power-up items enable you to perform other functions (such as limited invincibility) that also add to the overall play value of the game.
Captain Silver is a decent attempt at a Castlevania game for the Master System, but there isn't enough challenge to hold your interest. All contents of a good action game are there, you just don't have a lot to interact with.
An easy game for younger players. Nicely animated action that is not too difficult. Definitely not for a serious game player, with average graphics, simple sounds, and rudimentary play, Captain Silver is great for beginners but won't present much challenge for anyone else.
This is a good diversion from the normal selection RPGs that Sega has been offering up recently. It's a bit stow in parts, but for the most part it represents a good addition to the slim library of Master System action/adventures. It's not difficult, but it does have some good qualities.
Captain Silver is a good game, but it's just too easy for me. I finished this one after only a couple of plays. If Sega had made Captain Silver harder, and made the entire adventure longer, then it would have been more fun than it currently is.
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Sega Master System
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
Heave ho matey's! It's a pirate adventure that'll shiver your timbers. You're First Mate Jack Avery and you're out to find Captain Silver's buried loot. With a crumpled treasure map in one hand and your trusty cutlass in the other, you're off to search for buried treasure.
Battle through six rounds-the Town of Barren, the Pirate Ship, the Island, the Cave, the Jungle, and finally Captain Silver's Treasure Island. Don't dawdle; there's a time limit to each round.
To beat the area boss at the end of each level, and all of the other enemies along the way, you II need to make the most of your cutlass. Learn to swing it to the left, right, and even above, while you walk, jump, and climb. Slice your foes and earn gold coins. Use your treasure to buy special extra equipment in the shops. Defeating enemies also earns you letters. Spell Captain Silver and you get a 1-Up.
Special items include keys to unlock doors, special jumping boots, magic potions, and treasure chests. Watch for the Power-Up Pixie who casts a spell that makes your cutlass fire shooting stars. All these items, in combination with your cunning and skill, ensure that you're one sailor who won't end up swabbing the decks. Aye, aye matey! You'll be counting your treasure in no time at all!