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Sailwind Free Download Repacklab Set sail towards adventure in the world of Sailwind! This sailing simulator with survival elements features realistic sailing physics and a vast open world to explore. Embark on cargo delivery missions, customize your boat with furniture and decorations, or enjoy some fishing. Take it easy and go for a calm, relaxing trip around the local islands, or, when you’re ready for some adventure, buy a big boat and go on a dangerous voyage across the ocean to distant lands. Use navigation instruments, the sun and the stars to stay on course, battle storms and high winds, and don’t forget to stock enough food and water for the long journey! SAILING Full realistic sailing physics – in order to sail successfully, you’ll have to tack, reef the sails in heavy weather. SEXY GAMES
keep track of the direction of the wind to find the perfect angle. Watch out for the ever changing weather and waves! Six boats of different sizes and sail plans to choose from, each with its own unique sailing characteristics and performance. f you are looking for a realistic game with interesting and true to life mechanics while remaining fun, with a sense of progression and achievement, I think this game is definitely for you. The sense of being completely at the mercy of the weather and the sea in your little starter boat is both wonderful and terrifying. You learn to respect the waves, predicting storms… and you learn to regret when you feel like you have mastered the seas as you see your boat capsize and sink, the goods you promised to deliver floating away uselessly in the waves…
ADVENTURE & SURVIVAL
There are many reasons to set sail – cargo delivery, fishing, exploration, or simply for pleasure. Looking for some relaxation? Enjoy the sunny beaches and crystal clear waters around the tropical archipelagos. Ready for an adventure? Buy a big boat, stock up on supplies, plot your route and set sail for an epic ocean voyage, where you will battle high waves, heavy winds, and where running out of food or water is a real danger. OPEN WORLD The world consists of many islands across three distinct regions, each with unique climate, architecture and economy. Drop anchor or dock your boat, step off and explore each island freely. Make sure to stock up on food and water – both in game and in real life. War on the Sea
as a journey across the ocean can take many hours of real time with no land in sight! NAVIGATION Use navigation instruments such as the compass and quadrant to determine your heading and position. Observe the sun and stars, chart your position on the map, and hope you don’t get too far off course on the long journey across the vast ocean. BOAT CUSTOMIZATION Your boat is your home on the sea. Make it feel cozy by customizing with furniture, decorations and paint. Cook your own food, clean and polish the deck, and at the end of the day, sit in a chair and have some rum or smoke a pipe while watching the sunset. OTHER FEATURES fishing & cooking- dynamic weather & time of day, realistic stars, sun and moon, dynamic economy & trading.
very realistic sailing sim
A (properly) very slow, quite realistic sailing sim. A route from one island to another could take an hour, which would be about two in-game days. Very detailed sail and vessel simulation. Not without some quirks, but so far the best blend of sailing ship control with some trade/logistics/cargo placement thrown into it, just to keep the sense of progression and achievement (bigger ships, more lucrative contracts, trans-oceanic routes – meaning you sail other archipelagos, the works, you know). Think ETS2, only on water, with sails, very slow, navigation and compasses and setting sail properly and tacking against the wind and the need to stock up on dry figs and watch that water barrel, even though it lasts for a while… And rather primitive graphics Furious Seas
. The sea itself is nice though (apparently a 3rd party asset), as is the weather (some really scary moments too, storms and fog and all). And yes, it is possible to sink in the storm if you are not careful enough. A very meditative game, one that actually lets you set the boat up well on its course, put your feet up and read a book, gazing lazily on the compass every few minutes. This can go on for half an hour, occasionally interrupted by sudden change of wind direction (the whole thing again). So… it never leaves you alone, it needs a glance every now and then, just like any real life boat would. And if the storm hits, you will be involved every second. It lasts for about 10-15 minutes… I guess? Still haven’t got the sense of time in those events – they are too intense to notice time passage.
I absolutely adore this game, for it speaks to my heart. It is quite an in-depth sailing simulator of maritime trade, exploration, navigation and survival at sea. While it still lacks in content, it is nevertheless very enjoyable. Others have already suggested features and I concur with them. To be able to establish our location by celestial bodies of the night’s sky or an astrolab, so to better be able to plan our path would be grand. Furthermore, ability to chart route with simple geometrical tools on our maps would be amazing too. I would also love to see more settings options. My laptop, while quite beautiful and modern, is inept at portraying good graphics, so ability to scale resolution and lower graphics for a smoother experience would be a blast. King of Seas
All in all, this is a beautiful sailing game set in three distinct settings. A setting that is apparently inspired by Oriental traders of Arabian peninsula in their arid but productive lands (Along the Persian gulf, Indian Ocean and Red Sea) and northern Africa, bordering the warm Mediterranean sea (of Morroco, Algeria, Tunis and Mamluk Egypt); a setting that is supposedly inspired by southern Chinese and Indonesian traders, such as in jungle lands of old Vietnamese kingdoms, Han Imperial China along the banks of Wu river and Majapahit Empire and a setting that in a way combines all of European Western and Adriatic Mediterranean cultures of Dalmatia, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, France and Spain in the warm fertile lands dotted with mountains.
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 64bit
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 1050
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 3 GB available space
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