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Pirates of the Caribbean is a 2003 computer game for 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.

PC/Xbox Version

Pirates of the Caribbean is an action role-playing game in which the player, as Captain Nathaniel Hawk, goes on a series of quests for any one of the countries that control the islands of the Caribbean in the 17th Century. The player can buy new ships, recruit a crew and hire officers who will follow Hawk on his quest and help him in battle. The game features gameplay that takes place both on land and at sea, and allows the player to upgrade their character by earning skill points and gain new abilities.

The game was originally developed under the name Sea Dogs II, and was to be the sequel to Sea Dogs, which was released in the year 2000. Apart from the pirate theme, the setting and the presence of the Black Pearl, the game otherwise has few connections to the Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl film, which was released around the same time as the game.

The PC version of this game is one of the first video games with multi-threaded code that is optimized for the Intel's Hyper-Threading technology.

Actress Keira Knightley, who played Elizabeth Swann in the film series, voiced the narrator (a single cutscene at the beginning) in the game.

Plot

After a fierce storm, Captain Nathaniel Hawk arrives on the island of Oxbay. His first mate Malcolm Hatcher is retiring, and so Hawk must hire a new first mate and crew. As he leaves Oxbay, a French armada attacks the colony and captures it. Hawk manages to slip away and warn the English governor on Redmond Island, Robert Christopher Silehard, that Oxbay was attacked.

The governor sends Hawk on a series of quests to aid him in the war against France: Nathaniel is sent to investigate the condition in Oxbay; prevent a supply ship from reaching Oxbay; unload English troops in the jungles of Oxbay and rescue the English spy from the clutches of the French.

While preparing for his next quest - annexing Oxbay, Nathaniel meets his old friends: Danielle Greene and Ralph Fawn. However, Ralph is killed when the soldiers arrive to arrest Danielle and Nathaniel himself is captured and imprisoned. While in prison he gets to know an old ex-cannoneer Edgar Attwood who was fired for drinking too much rum. He can be later hired by the player into his crew.

Some time later governor Silehard arrives and tells Nathaniel that a big mistake has occurred. He sends Nathaniel Hawk on another series of quests until Nathaniel meets an old inventor who aids him in finding a treasure that could defeat the ghost ship called the Black Pearl.

There is also a large number of side quests. For instance, in one such side mission Hawk is enlisted to help a Dutch colonist find several kidnapped children.

The Black Pearl

The Black Pearl is in this game but it is unknown if Barbossa is the captain (although when one looks at the code for the game, Barbossa is set as the ship's default captain). It cannot be destroyed. At night you see the Black Pearl's crew as skeletons. It can only be seen during the middle of the game and the end of the game—however, some people have reported seeing it at random points in the game.

The ship can be found randomly around the world, normally mostly near towns. There will also be warnings in town if the Black Pearl is sighted nearby.

Reception

The PC version has gained an average score of 66.7%, and the Xbox version 68%.

POTC Build Modification

The PC version of this game was later modified by the PiratesAhoy http://www.piratesahoy.net community. This project eventually became the unified POTC Build Mod. The Build Mod heavily patches and updates the game, and as of August 2009 is in its 14th Version. Visit http://www.potc.moddb.com or http://wiki.piratesahoy.net for further information.

Game Boy Advance version

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl is a 2003 video game for Game Boy Advance.

Plot

The game doesn't share storyline with the Bethesda game for Windows and Xbox, instead it tells the story of a younger Jack Sparrow and how he escaped from the island after being betrayed by his crew.

Reception

The reception for this game was largely mediocre. IGN gave the game a 5.5 claiming: "Though the game looks and sounds like a quality game design, the focus on graphics and sound just can't help along the fact that Pirates of the Caribbean on the Game Boy Advance just isn't that much fun to play."

The average review score for the game is 64% on metacritic.

Mobile phone version

The mobile phone version was developed by Flying Tiger Development and published through Walt Disney Internet Group on July 25, 2003, in the United States.

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Media

Films: The Curse of the Black Pearl | Dead Man's Chest | At World's End | On Stranger Tides | Dead Men Tell No Tales
Short film: Tales of the Code: Wedlocked
Books: Jack Sparrow prequel novels | Pirates of the Caribbean: Legends of the Brethren Court | Pirates of the Caribbean: The Price of Freedom | Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides: The Visual Guide | Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (Ultimate Sticker Book)
Video games: Pirates of the Caribbean | The Legend of Jack Sparrow | Pirates of the Caribbean Online | Kingdom Hearts II | Pirates of the Caribbean Multiplayer Mobile | LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game | Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (video game) | Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned | Pirates of the Caribbean (pinball) | Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (video game) | Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (video game) | Pirates of the Caribbean: Master of the Seas (App) | Disney INFINITY

Disney Parks

Treasure Cove | Pirateland | Pirate Takeover | A Pirate's Adventure: Treasures of the Seven Seas | El Teatro Fandango | Jungle River Cruise: Pirate Takeover! | Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island | Pirates of the Caribbean | Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure | Shipwreck Shore | Siren's Revenge | The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow
Entertainment: Captain Jack Sparrow's Pirate Tutorial | Celebrate the Magic | Disney Illuminations | Eye of the Storm: Captain Jack’s Stunt Spectacular | Fantasmic! | Ignite the Dream: A Nighttime Spectacular of Magic and Light | World of Color
Restaurants: Barbossa's Bounty | Blue Bayou Restaurant | Pintel & Ragetti's Grub to Grab | The Snackin’ Kraken | Tortuga Tavern | Tortuga Treats
Shops: Doubloon Market | Jolly Gypsy | Pirates League | Pirate Treasure |
Halloween: Mickey's Boo-to-You Halloween Parade | The Nightmare Experiment

Characters

Jack Sparrow | Hector Barbossa | Joshamee Gibbs | Will Turner | Elizabeth Swann | James Norrington | Davy Jones | Pintel and Ragetti | Cutler Beckett | Ian Mercer | Tia Dalma | Kraken | Weatherby Swann | Bootstrap Bill Turner | Sao Feng | Captain Teague | Jack the Monkey | Cotton | Marty | Leech | Angelica | Blackbeard | Philip Swift | Syrena | Tamara | Marina | Mermaids | King Ferdinand | King George II | Giselle | Scarlett | Anamaria | Redcoats | Black Barty | Jolly Roger | Prison Dog | Auctioneer | Mungard | Spaniard | Murtogg and Mullroy | Theodore Groves | Captain Salazar | Marquis D'avis

Organizations

The Crew of the Black Pearl | The Crew of the Flying Dutchman | East India Trading Company | Brethren Court | Spaniard's crew | Zombie Officers

Locations

Isla Tesoro | Port Royal, Jamaica | Fort Charles | Tortuga | Isla de Muerta | Pelegosto | Isla Cruces | Singapore | Davy Jones' Locker | Shipwreck Cove | London, England | Spain | Whitecap Bay | Fountain of Youth

Ships/Boats

Wicked Wench | Black Pearl | Flying Dutchman | Queen Anne's Revenge | HMS Interceptor | HMS Dauntless | HMS Endeavor | Jolly Mon | Barnacle | Dying Gull

Objects

Jack Sparrow's hat | Jack Sparrow's sword | Jack Sparrow's compass | Treasure of Cortés | Elizabeth Swann's gold medallion | Ragetti's wooden eye | Jar of Dirt | Davy Jones' pipe organ | Key to the Dead Man's Chest | Dead Man's Chest | Mao Kun Map | Pirata Codex | Jack Sparrow's piece of eight | Sword of Triton | Jack Sparrow Voodoo Doll | Chalices of Cartagena | Dark Magic | Voodoo

Music
"Yo Ho (A Pirate's Life for Me)" | Theme park soundtrack | Soundtrack Treasures Collection | Swashbuckling Sea Songs | 1966 soundtrack | He's a Pirate | Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (soundtrack) | Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (soundtrack) | Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (soundtrack) | Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (soundtrack) | Pirates Remixed | Hoist the Colours | My Jolly Sailor Bold
Miscellaneous

Pirates of the Caribbean Trading Card Game | Liar's Dice

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