Who hasn't dreamed as a child of being a merciless pirate setting sail across the seven seas in search of fortune and glory? Now is your chance to bring those sweet childhood memories back and pretend you're a pirate, though this time the game takes place in your web browser and you have to compete against other players from all over the world.
Seafight is an original RPG online game, both in its main plot and its general concept. On the one hand, unlike other role-playing adventures, Seafight is set in a pirate environment, with sea battles, cannons, treasure islands and mercenaries drinking rum in the pub while they wait to be hired for their next adventure. On the other hand, the whole game is played online, on the Seafight website, without having to install anything; a quick, free user registration will do.
As for the game itself, despite its originality, I must say it's a bit disappointing. Maybe I imagined something different and therefore Seafight fell short of my expectations, but the overall impression is one of confusion and network issues. The interface is cluttered with images and graphics, which is probably why the pages take a while to load. Also, I lost connection to the server a few times while testing the game, something I found disappointing.
Other than that, I thought the pirate environment was quite appealing. I also liked other features such as online combats with other players, quests to improve your experience level and the possibility to customize your equipment by buying or upgrading ships, acquiring new weapons or hiring your crew. If Seafight could improve its interface and fix connectivity issues, I'm sure it would be a great game. Seafight is an original RPG online web game set in a pirate universe, where you can do quests, battle against enemy ships controlled by other players and grow in experience and treasures.