captainThe game is inspired by the courageous high sea rescue mission of Captain Richard Phillips, who was captured by rogue Somali pirates and rescued by the crack team of US Navy SEAL snipers., an online games company, announced the release of its real-life inspired online game titled ‘Saving Captain Phillips.’ 

Captain Richard Phillips was captured by Somali pirates from his ship, the Maersk Alabama and had a harrowing experience of being held captive until the US Navy stepped in and deployed the Sniper team of the Navy SEALs to rescue him. 

The online game, according to the company, recreates the actual episode and allows players to become Navy SEAL Snipers and embark on a life threatening mission to help rescue the captain.

“Games2win wanted to honor the incredibly brave US Navy SEAL snipers and the heroic Captain Richard Phillips by producing an online game that recreates the events and the action that actually happened,” says Alok Kejriwal, CEO, Games2win.

The game begins with a scene of Captain Richard Phillips surrendering himself to the pirates in order to save his ship’s crew members. The game play area is the recreated scene of Navy SEAL snipers taking positions and expertly shooting the pirates to save the captain. 

In this high stakes action game, users take on the role of Navy SEAL Snipers and shoot the enemy pirates who are in moving boats without compromising Captain Phillips’ Safety.

It’s available at

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About Rakesh Raman

Have extensive editorial, content management, and integrated communications experience and have worked as a senior tech journalist, analyst, and columnist with different newspapers, magazines, and Web/online properties in India.

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