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Pirates Next Door: The Mad Chase

Jim has taken a library book from Ms. Bevan, because (unbeknownst to her) part of an old treasure map is stuck inside it, and as Jim says, “Treasure maps rightfully belong to pirates!”

Help Jim stay ahead of Ms. Bevan as she chases him through various parts of Dull-On-Sea to get the book back.

Along the way, Jim can pick up other missing parts of the map and gold coins which can be used to buy other characters with different skills or for special objects (such as marbles which he can throw under Ms. Bevan’s feet to make her fall down, or garden gnomes which Ms. Bevan will always stop to pick up when she finds one on the ground).

While being pursued, Jim can hop on an abandoned scooter or bicycle to move faster. But be careful: he will have to avoid some hazards: yapping dogs, car traffic, open manholes, the town constable and Brent who sets traps for him to slow him down.

Pirates Next Door: The Mad Chase

Jim has taken a library book from Ms. Bevan, because (unbeknownst to her) part of an old treasure map is stuck inside it, and as Jim says, “Treasure maps rightfully belong to pirates!”

Help Jim stay ahead of Ms. Bevan as she chases him through various parts of Dull-On-Sea to get the book back.

Along the way, Jim can pick up other missing parts of the map and gold coins which can be used to buy other characters with different skills or for special objects (such as marbles which he can throw under Ms. Bevan’s feet to make her fall down, or garden gnomes which Ms. Bevan will always stop to pick up when she finds one on the ground).  

While being pursued, Jim can hop on an abandoned scooter or bicycle to move faster. But be careful: he will have to avoid some hazards: yapping dogs, car traffic, open manholes, the town constable and Brent who sets traps for him to slow him down.

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