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Hunt for Gold

Hunt for Gold is a real-time strategy game implemented in Java 1.4. The game takes place the in the 16th century Caribbean, where pirates controlled the sea.

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Recent releases

  •  31 Oct 2004 13:49

    Release Notes: Sea to land battle and fencing were added. Ships now sail along a route. Enhancements were made to the editors, and the route editor was added.

    •  13 Feb 2004 11:39

      Release Notes: This release completes the LordoftheCaribbean release cycle adding the last missing pieces to the previous beta release. New features include ship distribution based on year and nation, ability to marry the governor's daughter, a credits menu, and updated ships. A lot more features (more states) and bugfixes were made.

      •  02 Nov 2003 12:48

        Release Notes: In this release the captain's cabin was implemented, the Caribbean theme now contains all ship types, a lot more states were added (divide plunder, retire game, etc.), there is a reimplementation of the sound server which adds sound to the game, and there are a lot more fixes and features.

        •  11 Jul 2003 16:24

          Release Notes: This is an alpha version of the upcoming LordoftheCaribbean release. The map now contains pirates, an initial version of the weather system, a bank, a governor (and the ability to receive titles), and a shipyard. It's now possible to load and save games.

          •  19 Dec 2002 20:28

            Release Notes: The map now contains other ships, ship-to-ship battle has been implemented, towns have been enhanced with new graphics and functionality, and it's now possible to walk on land.

            Recent comments

            21 May 2002 19:56 ruckc

            Nice Interface
            That is a really nice and clean game interface & graphics. I look forward to the actual game.


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