High Seas Havoc

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High Seas Havoc
High Seas Havoc
North American cover art
Developer(s) Data East
Publisher(s) Data East (NTSC)
Codemasters (PAL)
Designer(s) Akira Ohtani (大谷 明 Ōtani Akira)[1]
Composer(s) Emi Shimizu (清水 絵美 Shimizu Emi)
Masaaki Iwasaki[2]
Platform(s) Mega Drive/Genesis
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Action[3]
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution Cartridge

High Seas Havoc, known in Japan as Captain Lang (キャプテン ラング Kyaputen Rangu?) and in Europe as Capt'n Havoc, is a video game that was made for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis by Data East.

Story[edit]

The story is about an anthropomorphic pirate seal named Havoc (Lang in the Japanese version), his young sidekick Tide (Land in the Japanese version), a girl named Bridget, and an evil pirate named Bernardo.[4] Bernardo is looking for Emeralda, a gem with powers that can cause whole armies to be toppled.[4] A map shows where Emeralda is located, and Bernardo is looking for the map.[4] Havoc and Tide discover Bridget unconscious at a beach.[4] When she wakes up in a dwelling, she instructs Havoc to keep her and the map safe.[4] Havoc hides the map in a cliff.[4] After Bernardo's henchmen kidnaps Bridget and Tide; Havoc, the playable character, sets off to rescue them.[4]

Gameplay[edit]

Each level apart from the first and last have two acts. The Cape Sealph level was removed from the European version.[citation needed]

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