WASD/Arrow keys - Move the ship
M - Map
Esc - Menu/Audio settings
The late Captain Green-Beard was famous for his world-breaking adventures.
One of the most risky ones was when he torn up the map of the Weird Sea, breaking all of the continuum. Stuck in a weird sea, Green-beard needs to navigate his ship among random rocks, and sea, to find the map pieces, taht can lead to the key to freedom!
Are you good as Green-beard? Will you find the exit?
The graphic was clear, with a nice consistent feel across both the main game and the menus (with the key being perhaps a bit out of place). I loved the wave effects, and the extra polish with menus and intro.
It was an interesting progression from right at the beginning (getting your bearings), and then revealing more of the map to be able to navigate more deliberately.
The ship was a bit hard to control, with a high top-speed but a low acceleration, which combined with the radius of the directional music, made it easy to overshoot the target, even when reacting immediately to the music. The mechanic with using directional music to guide the player worked well otherwise.
Both the sound and music felt quite nautical, and combined with the graphics, gave the game a consistent nautical feel.