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Seven Seas Game ReviewSeven Seas is Astraware and PopCap’s take on high-stakes action and strategy on the high seas. Seven Seas is hard to categorize but easy to play. Essentially, it’s a pirate-themed version of Battleship with some real-time, cannon blastin’ action elements (think Rampart) and chess (think Rook’s Revenge) strategy thrown in for good measure. Read on for the full game review.
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sremick @ 4/26/2007 3:06:46 PM # Q
How sad is it when reviewers have to resort to reviewing games that came out 3 years ago?
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hkklife @ 4/26/2007 4:46:36 PM # Q
I perioidically like to do an "oldie but goldie" game review, especially for titles I still enjoy to this day and/or seem to have been overlooked.

In fact, I had earmarked a batch of solid older ('02-'04) Palm OS games last year that I felt deserved a 2nd look. It's also worthwhile reporting on compatibility results with the latest Palm OS devices when running titles last updated a few years ago prior to the shift to Treos and/or the NVFS transition. This is actually the pentultimate title in the "oldies" reviews, so it'll just be new stuff from here on out unless there's a particular reason to revisit an older title.

As always, if you or anyone else has any hot new Palm OS releases (games or apps) that we may have overlooked, please point 'em out or drop Ryan a line and I'll be all over it.

Pilot 1000-->Pilot 5000-->PalmPilot Pro-->IIIe-->Vx-->m505-->T|T-->T|T2-->T|C-->T|T3-->T|T5-->TX-->Treo 700P

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joad @ 4/28/2007 5:07:20 PM # Q
This pirating of Palm hardware has got to stop!!!

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