How To Use Battle Pirates Hack Tool on Windows Operating Systems :
- First you need to unrar the file named “bp_hackarchivedotcom.rar”.
- After the unrar process, open the unrared folder (usually called “bp_v28_hackarchivedotcom”).
- Make sure all of the files in the same folder (“engts.dll”, “proxy.dll”, “Battle Pirates Hack Tool v3.3.exe”. File extensions will probably hidden in your computer and you will only see names as “engts”,”proxy” and “Battle Pirates Hack Tool v3.3″).
- Start “Battle Pirates Hack Tool v3.3″ by double clicking on it.
- Enter amount of Oil, Metal, Energy, Zynthium and Gold you want to add to the related boxes. DO NOT LEAVE ANY RESOURCE BOX BLANK. Input “0” if you don’t want to add. This will prevent many problems.
- Click on Start button.
- IMPORTANT! While Battle Pirates Hack Tool is working, do no close it. You have to wait until it completes the hack otherwise you might risk corrupting your account information which will lead to detection by admins.
- After program says hack is completed, you can close the program
- Enjoy Battle Pirates without paying for it
How To Use Battle Pirates Hack Tool on IOS / Android / Windows Mobile :
Actually it’s pretty easy and simple to use Battle Pirates Hack on mobile devices. If you have a Windows running computer, follow the steps below.
- Connect your game to your facebook account. If you don’t have one, simply go to https://www.facebook.com/r.php and register an account. You don’t have to give your personal information just open one with fake information. For information about how to connect your game to a facebook account, please refer to game documents.
- Open your game on one of the supported browsers. See below for information about supported browsers.
- Follow the steps given for running Battle Pirates Hack Tool on windows operating systems above.
* Video is from v2.8, but interface hasn’t changed in the new version
Working : Yes
Last Check : 23/10/2014
Rar Password :
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Operating Systems Supported: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1 , Mac support coming soon
Browsers Supported: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer
Work Scheme: Program first searches for active browsers. When found it access its cookie storage to if there is any facebook user on it. When found, it connects to kixeye game servers via secure private proxies and searches for user information that has been found. It changes the user resource data with the ones you want and after clearing all traces it closes the connection.
Proxies: Program has built-in proxy server list (which kept in proxies.dll file). These proxy servers are our private, secure servers and very hard to trace back. As long as you don’t try to rob a bank or something with these proxies, no one would be able to find you.
Report From VirusTotal (Click Here To View Full Report) :
|Detection ratio:||0 / 55|
|Analysis date:||2014-09-30 20:33:28 UTC|
About Battle Pirates
While it’s not without its flaws, Kixeye’s Battle Pirates is a shining example of just how far Facebook has evolved as a gaming platform in the last couple of years. The concept isn’t terribly different from the studio’s successful Backyard Monsters, but the welcome innovation of battling other players in real time marks a significant step in creating an experience similar to Command and Conquer on Starcraft II on Facebook. In short, if you’re looking for a game with elements of genuine real-time strategy, resource harvesting, and base building all in one appealing package, Battle Pirates is worth a look. Just be prepared for a handful of bugs.
As with many other strategy games on Facebook, each player starts with a tiny plot of land (in this case, an island) upon which they can build a fairly impressive array of defensive and resource-producing structures along with a fleet of ships. Enemy players can eventually attack these structures directly, though, so it’s best to give a bit more thought to the placement of each structure to ensure your base’s survival.
Kixeye gives you seven days of immunity in which to build up your island (which we highly recommending using), although you can also jump right into the game if you initiate an attack another player’s island. It’s a welcome twist on the familiar base-building modes of social strategy games, although you’ll soon find that the waits involved for upgrading higher-level structures can drag on for far too long. At the worst, they can drag on for several days if you don’t plunk out a hefty amount of Facebook credits.
The combat itself is usually addicting and fun, although you’re largely left to figure out how to fight your battles on your own after you’ve launched your armada and selected an NPC or player fleet for attack on the open world map. That’s not such a problem, however, since battles essentially amount to intuitively clicking on your strongest ships and targeting other players’ vessels once you enter combat (or, if you’re laying siege to another player’s island, clicking on their defenses.) While there’s a considerable amount of strategy involved since you must physically engage your opponents, it’s generally a safe bet that the player with the best upgrades will win the match. Even so, that’s considerably more interaction with other players than you’ll get on many other games on Facebook.
On the other hand, interactions beyond this leave just a little to be desired. There’s no real option to form an alliance of sorts and the chat interface is comparatively limited, although the option to play with your Facebook friends and send the occasional gift goes quite far toward filling this void for the time being. In addition, the game overall still occasionally suffers from some bugs, as befits its beta status. Occasionally you’ll find it impossible to recall your fleet without reloading the game, for instance, and your game screen will sometimes lock up on a battle, leaving you completely at the mercy of your foes.
Still, it’s hard to argue that Battle Pirates isn’t worth playing if you’re a fan of real-time strategy games, although you might want to wait a while before making any significant microtransactions until the beta’s ironed out. That shouldn’t take long: we’ve already seen some improvements to the game that would have initially affected its score just in the week or so that we’ve been playing the game. The visuals and animations and gorgeous (particularly for clouds), and the chance to battle real players in real time marks a significant improvement over the early successes of Backyard Monsters. At this point, Battle Pirates can only get better, and we look forward to seeing how this promising title develops over the coming months.
Battle Pirates Wiki : http://battlepirates.wikia.com/wiki/Battle_Pirates_Wiki