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Summon the Giant Octopus with The Tempest

Traditional pirating aside, Tempest takes a fantastic approach to the traditional war game, offering mystical crystals as artifacts to help you deal with incoming cannonballs and meteorites, and giant octopus to summon for when you might need aid.

Game Developer Lion’s Shade and Russian Publisher HeroCraft released their Pirate RPG Tempest on Steam.

Priced under $15, Tempest lets you command ships and engage in sea battles across oceans. Vessel customization and loot are at the heart of the action, with “cannon-to-cannon” encounters and fortress assaults.

As game features, HeroCraft highlights more than 100 single-player quests and a multiplayer mode offering both co-op and PvP. With weapons of choice that include cannons, mortars and flamethrowers, Tempest’s crew management is on top of the agenda: you level your loyal seamen with quests and missions, in hope to create “fearsome cutthroats on the high seas.”

Traditional pirating aside, Tempest also takes a more fantastic approach to the traditional war game, offering mystical crystals as artifacts to help you deal with incoming cannonballs and meteorites, and giant octopus to summon for when you might need aid.

Tempest can be found on Steam here.

Fred Brizzi
Written by
August 23, 2016
Published in Straight from the Devs

Fred is our loyal but certainly most undeserving Founder, President, & CEO (he’s just a big jerk). He started gaming with Alex Kidd on the Sega Master System and was brought by ID Software to the PC back in 1993, that glorious day DOOM hit the shelves. He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife and handsome boys, playing international relations by day but games by night. His aspirations, you ask? To leave the elephants and the donkeys at their zoo, strap himself down for the magic carpet ride, and ride the bustling escapade that is PC gaming 100% of the time. In fact, when he's not working for OpNoobs, he's apologizing to his wife for OpNoobs. Fred also coined the expression “Consoles? Glorified Netflix players.” He really wanted us to put that in too. He’s like very proud of that.

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