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Your adventure begun when you inherited your uncle’s old sailing ship - and his journal with it.

The journal revealed his best-kept secret - your uncle was a pirate. You find out about the many treasures he’d taken while sailing together with the greatest pirate of all, Bluebeard. These treasures - they remain hidden away in the Caribbean. And they’re for the taking, if only you can find them… There is a world full of adventures ahead of you - you will meet real pirates, the Spanish armada, and even fearsome sea monsters. And at the end of your quest awaits Bluebeard’s most amazing secret, the legendary treasure of the Maya. The road ahead will not be easy, however. You will need to overcome a lot of obstacles and unearth a great many clues to find your way. Good luck!


Unique, atmospheric treasure hunting in the tropical islands
Four different game modes based on Match Three mechanics
109 involving levels – Exciting duels against other sailing ships and sea monsters
Beautiful graphics to recreate the exotic scenery of the Caribbean
Excellent, atmospheric music that perfectly matches the game
Seven kinds of bonuses to make the game easier
16 special challenges for the most accomplished players

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Posted by Trevor Chan

It's no gem but neither is it fool's gold

Puzzle games are ten a penny on the DS and when it's a match-three type like the popular Bejeweled series, you have to wonder about the relevance of yet another addition to the already plentiful stock of match-three titles on the DS.Jewels of the Tropical...

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