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Tortuga:Two Treasures

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Platform: PC
Genre: Action Adventure
Developer: Ascaron Entertainment GmbH
AKA: Tortuga: Two Treasures (EU)

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Tortuga:Two Treasures review

Reviewed July 02, 2007

Lee Weedall says: "The damage engine in particular is exceptional, as you can see individual sails being ripped, and holes appearing in the sides of the ships due to cannon fire. Honestly, it is quite an impressive sight. The sea itself is handled very well, with sharks circling for snacks in the form of men overboard! "
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