Pirate Wars

Pirate Wars

It was a truly gratifying experience for the PUNCHev Group team to collaborate on the UI, UX, and icon design for Pirate Wars. Working alongside our colleagues from Gameloft Bulgaria, PUNCHev Group were captivated by the remarkable art style that was achieved during this collaboration. Inspired by the iconic game "Boom Beach," the project aimed to deliver a visually stunning and engaging gaming experience. While it may not have seen the light of day, the dedication and creativity poured into Pirate Wars remain a testament to our commitment to delivering exceptional design solutions.

Key features
  1. Immersive UI/UX Design: Pirate Wars offered a user experience designed to immerse players in a captivating pirate-themed world, with intuitive and visually appealing interfaces.
  2. Iconic Art Style: Drawing inspiration from the renowned "Boom Beach" game, Pirate Wars featured an iconic art style that brought the high seas and swashbuckling adventures to life with stunning visuals.
  3. Engaging Gameplay: Although the project was canceled, the game was set to provide engaging gameplay, promising exciting naval battles, strategic challenges, and opportunities for players to build their pirate empires.
  4. Multiplatform Accessibility: Pirate Wars was designed for both iOS and Android platforms, ensuring a wide reach to players on mobile devices, and making it accessible to a broad audience of aspiring pirates.

About Gameloft

A pioneer in video game creation since the 2000s, GAMELOFT  is constantly innovating to create new game experiences! The company operates 18 development studios worldwide and publishes games with a special focus on the mobile games market. There's inevitably a game made for you!

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