Windows - Released - 2001
Age of Sail II (Russian: Век Парусников II) is a 2001 real-time tactics video game, developed by Akella. It is the sequel to Age of Sail. It has similar historically accurate game play, and is enhanced with 3D graphics and a free-floating camera. Unlike the original Age of Sail, the sequel's maps are embellished with strategic landmasses. Age of Sail II accurately portrays the mighty fighting ships from 1775 to 1820, and has a realistic combat engine. You can play its campaign which includes a full career ladder, or play one of the 100+ historical scenarios. The game also includes a map editor allowing players to create custom scenarios.
Windows - Released - August 1, 2002
Age of Sail II: Privateer's Bounty is the second game to bear the name Age of Sail II. What started life as an expansion soon grew to become a second edition of the game with plenty of bug fixes and new features included. Enhancements from the original Age of Sail II include a brand new pirate campaign, a variety of additional missions and new units; the paddleboat, submarine, hot air balloon, fire ship and bomb ship. The game itself is identical in nature to the previous Age of Sail II, the premise being 18th and 19th century naval warfare. A variety of battles, both historical and fictional are included as well as a campaign mode that features several different sea-faring countries and factions; England, France, American Revolutionaries and Pirates. Objectives can vary greatly and can include offense or defense of targets on land or at sea, and different types of units are stocked with different levels of firepower, armor, speed and maneuverability. Gameplay itself is achieved on a rotatable and zoom-able isometric map with several of your ships controls and status indicators on top of the graphics. In addition to the single player modes, the game also includes TCP/IP multiplayer support for up to 16 players, each with their own historical portrait and flag. Included also within the game is a scenario editor for building and designing your own missions and distributing them to others.
Windows - Released - February 14, 2014
A true reincarnation of the legendary series! The Almighty has turned away from Nevendaar and its denizens. He is busy thinking about the fate of the world. Above Nevendaar, rent by perpetual wars, a new star flashed out. What will it bring with it? Who will claim its great power? Immerse in the struggle of four powerful races! "Disciples III: Reincarnation" offers a revamped and enhanced version of "Disciples III: Renaissance" plus the addon "Resurrection" with all new features, a revised battle engine and all new graphics. Features: -Unique visual style and magnificent gothic atmosphere with new graphics, new features and an enhanced battle system -Dramatic and intriguing plot, written by Ekaterina Stadnikova, the author of the most successful Disciples-themed novel “Precious Blood” -New combat and magic system. Dozens of new global spells -Totems and flags in the inventory will change the balance on the battlefield -Aquatic spaces with majestic ships and terrifying bosses -Over 180 hours of gameplay. Four different factions, 27 large detailed missions, over 70 new side quests, significantly extending the main storyline -Over 200 new objects on land and sea plus 13 new neutral units. -Multiplayer in hot-seat mode and over the net. Engage neutral units and get them to fight on your side. -Gaming editor to create your own campaigns.
Windows - July 13, 2010
Disciples III: Renaissance is a turn-based strategy game. gameplay is a bit similar to Heroes of Might and Magic series The player assumes the role of one of the lords of Nevendaar. This new episode contains three playable races, 'The Empire', 'The Legions of the Damned' and the 'Elven Alliance', with the remaining factions making an addition in planned expansions. The battle system is completely different from that of previous Disciples games. Units are able to move around the battlefield and make use of terrain for fortifications. The player's hero is highly customizable. His abilities as well as his armor and weapons can be changed. All of the equipment changes are noticeable on the actual character model.
This is a new landmark in the history of Nevendaar, when a new race ascends to power – the ruthless and merciless Undead Hordes. It is the story of selfless love and unfading glory. Heroes of the past, who had lost their lives, but not their sentience, are exacting their revenge in the name of Mortis, the Goddess of Death. This Disciples 3 game is dedicated to a new race – the Undead Hordes. It was the mostly anticipated race among the gamers and fans of the Disciples series, and now their dreams have come true.
Nintendo DS - Released - October 4, 2011
Learn Music is a unique type of learning game that allows players to experience playing real instruments from around the world and learning about musical notes and symbols. Play a variety of instruments and in exercise mode they are free to create their own masterpieces with four different instruments. Kids can play with friends and family in both hot-seat and wireless multiplayer modes.
Microsoft Xbox - Released - July 2, 2003
Pirates of the Caribbean is a 2003 video game for Microsoft Windows and Xbox, developed by Akella and published by Bethesda Softworks. The Xbox version was the first U.S. console game developed in Russia. A PlayStation 2 version was also originally in development, but was later canceled. An unrelated game by the same name was also released for mobile phones, as was a Game Boy Advance game.
Windows - Released - September 12, 2006
Sail the rough seas with your tall ship and loyal crew of vicious cutthroats and fierce corsairs. Build up your fleet and capture and rule colonies to become the mightiest pirate of them all! Sea Dogs: Caribbean Tales is a naval game devoted to pirate adventures on the Caribbean seas of the 17th century, aiming to be the ultimate pirate simulation. Sea Dogs: Caribbean Tales models all the details of a sword swinging pirate's life and misses no part of his everyday adventures. Taking the role of reckless fortune-hunter Blaze or redheaded daredevil Beatrice – you will navigate your sailor in the original seas of the Caribbean, trade multiple goods, plunder merchant convoys, accomplish quests, build up your fleet, capture and rule colonies and much more. In addition, the game can be played in third person perspective, allowing you to walk through your colonies or fight with your own sword, side by side with your crew, and challenge every other captain on the sea! - Develop your captain's skills, muster your crew, battle fierce enemies, and gain treasure and fame! - Fight epic naval battles with a squadron of up to 4 vessels and 16 different sailing ships with upgradeable features - Exciting weather conditions with devastating storms in full day and night cycles - Hone your fighting skills with both swords and guns, trade with merchants, and solve challenging quests to make your fortune - Conquer and manage colonies, construct town buildings and improve your defenses - Join multiplayer battles with up to 16 opponents in four multiplayer modes: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Defend the Convoy and Capture the Fort
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 20, 2007
Swashbucklers: Blue vs. Grey is a Naval Action/RPG set in time of the American Civil War - the time of last pirate renaissance on the Caribbean. The Union fleet blockaded the Southern ports, rupturing all the trading connections of the Confederacy. In return, Confederate government started giving out the privateer patents, thus building a powerful fleet of commercial raiders, the best example of which was the legendary captain Raphael Semmes. Also, smuggling the goods through the blockade became very profitable, though risky, business and attracted numerous traders to attempts of running the blockade. Abraham Gray, the main character, starts the game as a captain of a privately-owned vessel, but soon becomes involved into the story of blockade-running, military espionage and the ultimately powerful ironclad, built in Liverpool for the Confederacy. This ironclad alone could have change the course of war and bring the victory to the Rebel states. Then Abraham can join either Confederacy as a raider, or a Union as a spy. The player is free to sail across the game's world - from southern coasts of the USA and Florida to Jamaica and North Caribbean. He can trade and smuggle goods between nineteen ports - both free and blockaded, raid the cargo ships, battle the warships and ironclads and complete quests for either Union or Confederacy. Aside from naval combat, Swashbucklers features strong on-foot gameplay, in which Abraham slashes his way through in various locations, confronting dozens of various enemies and bosses. The game's role-playing system, based of three main characteristics and numerous perks, allows the player to develop the main character in various ways. He can improve his naval skills, learn new combos and shooting modes, or become the best trader in the Caribbean. Also, there are numerous options to upgrade the ship with Gatling guns, heavy weaponry, steam engines, or better sails.
Windows - Released - November 7, 2007
Swashbucklers: Blue vs. Grey is an action role-playing game, offering a chance to take to the high seas as the schizophrenic Captain Abraham Gray. Sail the world and explore towns on your own custom-made pirate ship as you smuggle and plunder your way to riches. Blow your enemy out of the water in naval battles or duel the rival ship captains one-on-one. Yet, beware of the mysterious English ironclad from Liverpool. Enjoy a variety of weapons ranging from the classic six-shooter and sabers to more exotic inventions such as powder rockets or powerful gatling guns. Swashbucklers: Blue vs. Grey also offers many forms of customization: be it upgrading Captain Abraham Gray's ship into a fortress of defense or the most powerful array of armaments to sail the high seas. Even the Captain himself enjoys earning skills and perks. Skills can be distributed into various options such as fencing, shooting, and defense. Perks offer a chance to create a uniquely styled captain with special melee attacks, superb navigation skills, or a clever trader out for profit.