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Pirates: Maps and Traps

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Use your critical thinking skills to find gems, elude pirates, and ultimately find the treasure. This game is harder that it looks at first glance, and you need to keep your wits about you and your memory in gear. There are several levels, but if the pirates capture you, it’s back to the beginning. You can purchase tools that will help you as the game becomes more and more difficult. Good luck and have fun.

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