The adventures of a wannabe pirate!
In RedJack: The Revenge of the Brethren you will play as a pirate that has just started out and wants to make a name for yourself. However, rather than being more of a strategy, say as Pirates! was, this game is more of an adventure, with set pieces and puzzles and other such additions. You will get to solve classic point and click puzzles in pirate inspired backdrops, you will get to shoot your guns and cannons, you will also have to work your way to be accepted by the pirates on deck, who are not as impressed with you at first. The game plays in pseudo 3D instances, the kind that you navigate through by hot spot, but, for this type of creation it is very versatile; you can zoom on details, you also get some animations and, well, a well crafted/designed game world. The game ties to the previous release, Titanic but it tells, as you'd imagine a different story, though the love for the sea and the adventures at sea is still present. Surely worth playing for pirate lovers as well as for those that love a well designed 3D statics based adventure.