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Imagine the fun and adventure of Pirates of the Caribbean® condensed into a swashbuckling board game! Dread Pirate comes complete with cast metal doubloons, glass jewels, and pirate ship playing pieces. Stores in a beautiful wooden bookshelf box. Fun for 2 to 4 player, ages 8 to adult.
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My grandsons have so much fun with this game. They don't always play it as its suppose to be played but it's fun anyway you play!Published 1 month ago by Cheryl
This item made my husbands Father's Day. We have wanted the game for a long time. It came quickly and was even better then expected. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Linda Christel
I just had a 4 player game where I won most of my battles and so had triple the amount of treasures than compared to everyone else. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Simon Park
Ahoy mate! Go back to the 1600's and enjoy areally nice adveture with this game! Nice fun specially when played in four people!Published 20 months ago by Mauricio Martins
The family is back into playing board games. Dread Pirate is easy to learn and not complicated to play. Beautifully designed.Published on April 8, 2013 by David Midkiff
My husband played this game a few years ago with some friends and has been wanting to own it ever since. Read morePublished on March 9, 2013 by Elizabeth
What a disapointment.
The packaging and production values suggest that whoever made this game cared a great deal about the look and feel of he game. Read more
This is one of the best games ever made!!! I have played it with two people and also with four and it is fun all around!!! Just get it and trust me you wont be let down!!! Read morePublished on June 10, 2011 by david casey
I bought this game thinking it was the one I had played one night with friends. This version has a different rule-set from the expansion "Buckaneers Revenge" which uses Mission... Read morePublished on December 30, 2010 by Linda Peacock