Age of Pirates RPG v0.7.1 -- New Commission Navigation and Ship Artwork

The latest update to Age of Pirates RPG has been released for Android and includes a new deep sea commission navigation feature. You asked for it, we added it. other release details after the screenshot.

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Age of Pirates RPG: Navigation to Deep Sea Missions

v0.7.1 - 10/12/2013

  • New Ship Artwork: Dark Sail Full Rig
  • New Ship Artwork: Red Sail Full Rig
  • New Ship Designs: New Man of Wars
  • Better Reputation Bonuses for Conflict Trade
  • Fixed Shot and Powered Crash
  • Fixed Report Bugs and Issues


Google Play Age of Pirates RPG
http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tresebrothers.games.ageofpiratesrpg

Google Play Age of Pirates RPG Elite
http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tresebrothers.games.ageofpiratesrpgelite

Amazon App Store Age of Pirates RPG
http://www.amazon.com/Trese-Brothers-Software-Age-Pirates/dp/B00DW5TD9Y

Amazon App Store Age of Pirates RPG Elite
http://www.amazon.com/Age-of-Pirates-RPG-Elite/dp/B00DW5TI1C

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    1. Now I paged back clicked reply to the orignial test entry of Andrew's

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  2. This is a test using "Comment as: Google Account.

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    1. In the above example, when I hit "Publish" I was taken to a blogger signon screen. Used my id/password. Then recieved "Continue to blogger". Was then returned here, and prompted to enter a security code (the kind with the squilly letters)

      I did that hit publish and my blog entry appeared

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    2. Wehn typing in the entry directly above. I was again asked to type in a password to "Prove you are not a Robot".

      Wonder if I'm going to have to do that everytime I make a blog entry.

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  3. When selecting a blog profile.

    You must first create a userid with that service.

    I have a google account and when I click publish I am sent to the blogger
    signon screen https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?service=blogger&hl=en&continue=http://www.blogger.com/comment-iframe.do?loginRedirect%3D__DBy0EBAAA.URznfNP9QIhyB0EV6okqtHbGNyqse9zKLNtBO7Pq_Sw.IsIMkRcR9xeB9OKRGl5fFQ&ltmpl=start&passive=86400#s01
    Then I must enter my google userid and password. It will then redirect me to this blog entry, as my to type in the security phase to prove "I am not a robot" Then the blog entry will be published

    For example if you select profile "LiveJournal" You will be prompted for a Userid Password.

    To do that you must go to http://www.livejournal.com/ and create a account. Otherwise you will not be able to publish your blog entry.

    All of the profiles require you to be a member of the service you have created an account with. For example If you want to use "typepad" you must go to http://www.typepad.com/ and create an account.

    All the profiles require you to have an account (userid/password), you will be prompted to enter befor publishing your blog. I don't know if the other services require the "Prove you are not a robot", but my gut instinct is they don't. I only have a google account and have not created accounts with the other services..

    I already have a Google Account

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  4. Ok here is the test to see if the "Prove you are not a robot" switch has been changed.

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  5. Problem Fixed no longer recieving robot message

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