Lucky Pirate - A Deck Builder 4+

Casual Start, Strategic Finish

Webagent

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 49 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

The lucky pirate combines luck, strategy and puzzle elements in a clever way. Buy items to generate coins, discovering unique interactions between different items, develop your own strategy and, with a bit of luck, unlocking new stages.

Each game only takes a few minutes but there are many different levels that can be unlocked. What are you waiting for? Give it a try!

What’s New

Version 1.19

Bug fix for the rare chance that you get stuck in the shop. Should have only happened very rarely and hopefully never again.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

Gohanice2 ,

Great time killer

Fun to play when nothing else to do. My favorite is to build my slots full of coins and silver and pray I get the silver converter. Haven’t -payed long but could use some power up for doing certain things besides just having coin multipliers for fruit next to each other. The fruit bowl concept sorta fills that role for now.

P.S Great job developer. Very awesome game for working on it solo. The music is soothing and fits the pirate theme. I love that there are no ads or pay for premium. A donation button would be nice for us to give back if we enjoy your game.

fairyk8lyn ,

i HATE writing this review

i started playing this game when it was first released. it was amazing. the balance between strategy and chance was additive and perfectly pulled off. every time i thought, “oh i’ll just play a level or two…” i played far longer than i intended. at this point, i’d have easily given it 5 stars. the humility, hard work and generosity of the developer made me respect the game even more.

however, the simplicity was what made it click for me. as they added more and more items and even a plot line, the more i fell out of love. it feels cluttered and bloated now. i keep trying to get back into it, only to find it’s moved further away from what i liked.

i respect the dev and wish them the best. if this is their ultimate vision, i’m more than glad that they’re realizing it. i wish i could follow along. this is an amazing game and i wish i liked its progression more.

Developer Response ,

Hi fairy, well it obviously hurts reading that but I am not here to argue with you. Just want to say that I am sorry that the path this game took did not work for you. It is hard to create something that appeals to a lot of people but also keeps it's charm and simplicity.

Especially because I know people who have invested 100+ hours into this and I want to make sure they still find new things to play with. I do feel like I owe them more content, especially when they make the effort of writing me direct messages - asking for new items, levels etc...

I will keep your review in mind as a warning. Maybe some day you come back and give it another go only to find sudden enjoyment in the challenges or story or whatever. Even if not, I wish you all the best and a lovely day!

Jeff Null ,

Build a slot machine

This is a slot machine deckbuilder (or poolbuilder if you prefer), similar to Luck Be a Landlord. Unlike LBaLL, each reel of the slot machine is a separate deck, making it fee a lot more slots-like. This seems to have levels with predetermined setups instead of randomized runs, though what is available to add to your decks is still random.

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