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Move your ship and try to sink the enemy pirate ships with your bombs. Buy pwerful bombs with your earned upgrades. Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun, and do you also enjoy to play a fun internet browser game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Pirates Wars game online right now. Am I right? ;)
Use the direction keys to play this game, click space for Bombs.
According to history-for-kids.com there are many fun facts about pirates for kids. A pirate is a robber on the sea. Pirates of the Mediterranean were known as "corsairs". Most were Muslim. Corsairs fought with curved swords called "scimitars". They captured people and sold them as slaves. The original buccaneers were drifters and criminals who survived by hunting wild pigs on the island of Cuba. When the Spanish attacked them and killed all the pigs, the buccaneers became pirates instead and attacked and looted Spanish merchant ships. The most successful pirate ever was probably Bartholomew Roberts, known as Black Bart. He captured around 400 ships in the 1720s. he most terrifying pirate on the high seas was Edward Teach - Blackbeard! After many years of murder and mayhem, in 1718, he was eventually defeated in a sword fight by naval officer Robert Maynard.
According to WikiPedia the Barbary Wars was a series of conflicts that culminated in two wars fought at different times over the same reasons between the United States, Sweden, and the Barbary states of Northern Africa. At issue was the Barbary pirates' demand for tribute from American merchant vessels in the Mediterranean Sea. If ships of a given country failed to pay, pirates would attack the ship and take their goods, and often enslave crew members or hold them for ransom. When Thomas Jefferson became President he refused to pay tribute and sent a United States Naval fleet to the Mediterranean; they bombarded the various fortified pirate cities, ultimately extracting concessions of fair passage from their rulers.