Seven Seas Deluxe
Windows - 2001
Also available on: Mac
Description of Seven Seas Deluxe
2001, the year Seven Seas Deluxe was released on Windows, as well as Mac. Made by PopCap Games, Inc. and published by PopCap Games, Inc., this puzzle game is available for free on this page.
How to play Seven Seas Deluxe Windows
Note: Some of old PopCap's games have a known low FPS issue while running in fullscreen mode on modern systems. If the game works slow on your system - it is recommended to run the game in windowed mode
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Comments and reviews
RDG 2023-07-09 0 point
The black ships are the idiot vessels. They'll always go straight toward you no matter which direction you go.
The red ships are the intelligent vessels. They won't always go where you think they will, but they can still be defeated by intelligence of your own.
The light blue ships do broadsides. When on the same horizontal, vertical, or diagonal as any of them, you need to stay at least three squares away. If you pull a "knight" on them, you might have a shot.
The ghostly ships are the Flying Dutchmen. Get ready to go utterly nuts.
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