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There are few things more daring and exciting to a kid then sailing the high seas as a pirate captain in search of buried treasure. Thanks to Avokiddo’s new game, We ARGH Pirates!, kids can enjoy the high seas from the comfort of their own living room. We are here to review We ARGH Pirates! and see if this game is seafaring ready or left at the bottom of Davy Jones’ locker.
- Title: We ARGH Pirates!
- Developer: Avokiddo
- Release Date: November 8th, 2017
- Playable On: iOS and Android Devices
- Reviewed on: iOS
- Review Copy: Review Code Provided by Developer
- Reviewed By: Chris White
- Story Completed: YES
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