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The One for ST Games
The two-player option is a bonus: it not only makes life a bit easier (particularly if you're playing with an expert), but it's also a lot more fun, since you've got the added element of fighting over who gets the extra energy and money. It's not the greatest or most polished beat 'em up in existence, but it's a good enough game to keep you entertained for a while, particularly when the blood begins to fly...
The graphics are childish - simple line drawings with no character - and the animation is slow and jerky. The fights are limited because you only have extremely basic moves with which to attack and defend. There's just nothing here to make you want to play on. Don't waste your money on this. If you really want to play pirates, get one of those plastic eyepatches you find in Christmas crackers - they're better value.
Computer and Video Games (CVG)
The totally abysmal STUN Runner conversions blotted Domark's/Tengen copybook, and this one doesn't clear up the mess - poorly animated sprites, awful sound, and little or no gameplay whatsoever. Leave it alone, unless you're mad.