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Pirates of Dark Water

Go on quest to save the world in The Pirates Of Dark Water. Take control of one of three characters, each with unique abilities.
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Sega Genesis SNES

Pirates! Gold

Pirates! Gold offers you the chance to play the role of a pirate in six different game scenarios or careers, each beginning with a different time period in history.
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Sega Genesis

Cutthroat Island

Sharpen your long swords for the ultimate high seas battle! In plundering two-player action, team up as Morgan and Shaw to uncover a treasure trove of priceless gems and gold bullion! Battle bloodthirsty pirates with knives, pistols and flaming tor..
Sega Genesis SNES

Waterworld

The game is played from an overhead/isometric perspective with the player controlling the Mariner's boat on the ocean.
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Sega Genesis SNES

Hook

Based on the hit movie of the same name, Hook is a challenging and swashbuckling adventure that will bring you face to face with the most infamous pirate of them all, Captain Hook.
Sega Genesis

Uncharted Waters 2 - New Horizons

In the games, the player takes up the role of a captain (also called commodore in some translations) and manages a seagoing fleet to participate in trades, privateering, treasure hunting, exploration, and plain piracy.
Sega Genesis SNES

Uncharted Waters

In the games, the player takes up the role of a captain (also called commodore in some translations) and manages a seagoing fleet to participate in trades, privateering, treasure hunting, exploration, and plain piracy.
Sega Genesis NES SNES

Pirates of the Caribbean

Oxbay Island in the 1600's is a small, yet burgeoning English settlement in the heart of the Caribbean, and your current port of call.

Claw

Many things can be said of Captain Claw. He is a cat that is loved, feared, and revered as the scourge of the High Seas -- a swashbuckler, a pirate of legend, and a wanted kitty.

Overboard

Overboard is a pirate- and maritime-themed arcade title that combines a free-roaming top-down perspective where the player is expected to use sea-based strategy.