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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Sailing, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
7.89
94% 666 votes
7.78
91% 1,572 votes
7.37
94% 62 votes
7.28
91% 77 votes
7.20
93% 40 votes
7.11
80% 3,548 votes
7.09
85% 149 votes
7.06
83% 362 votes
6.96
80% 827 votes
6.79
77% 1,226 votes
6.50
75% 146 votes
6.41
73% 244 votes
6.22
71% 101 votes
6.21
100% 2 votes
5.80
66% 35 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Sailing is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Sailing, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Adventure 46%
  2. Pirates 44%
  3. Naval 43%
  4. Exploration 41%
  5. Simulation 39%
  6. Open World 38%
  7. Action 37%
  8. 3D 36%
  9. Singleplayer 35%
  10. Naval Combat 31%
  11. Casual 29%
  12. RPG 29%
  13. Strategy 27%
  14. Indie 26%
  15. Action-Adventure 23%
  16. Early Access 23%
  17. Colorful 22%
  18. 2D 22%
  19. Historical 22%
  20. Sandbox 21%
  21. Third Person 20%
  22. First-Person 19%
  23. Multiplayer 18%
  24. Relaxing 17%
  25. Atmospheric 16%
  26. Survival 15%
  27. Arcade 15%

The Sailing tag refers to a feature or gameplay element in video games where players can control and navigate watercraft, typically sailboats or ships. It is often associated with open-world or exploration-focused games that incorporate naval travel and seafaring mechanics.

In games with the Sailing tag, players are given the opportunity to captain their own vessel and traverse vast bodies of water, whether they be oceans, seas, lakes, or rivers. This mechanic introduces a unique aspect of gameplay and allows for maritime exploration, strategic navigation, and sometimes even combat on the high seas.

Some key characteristics of games with the Sailing tag include:

  • Player-Controlled Ships The player typically takes direct control of a ship's movement and steering, mimicking real-world sailing techniques. This may involve adjusting sails, managing wind direction for optimal speed, avoiding obstacles such as rocks or reefs, and handling other aspects of ship control such as raising an lowering anchors.
  • Navigation Sailing games often feature detailed maps that allow players to plan their routes across open waters. They may have to take into account factors like currents, weather conditions (such as waves or storms), tides tide levels), and other elements that affect sailing performance.
  • Exploration Games with the Sailing tag commonly encourage exploration by providing expansive nautical environments filled with islands to discover hidden treasures like sunken ships' loot or uncharted territories. Players may also encounter NPCs (non-player characters) at sea who offer quests or engage in trade activities.

Sailing mechanics can be found in various genres including role-playing games (RPGs), action-adventure titles, and massively multiplayer online games (MMOs). Here are a few examples of games that prominently feature Sailing:

  • Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag This action-adventure game allows players to assume the role of a pirate captain sailing the Caribbean Sea. They can explore various islands, engage in naval battles, and manage their ship and crew.
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker In this beloved action-adventure game from the Zelda series, players navigate the vast Great Sea using a sailboat. They embark on a quest to rescue their sister and uncover an epic story.
  • Sea of Thieves An open-world multiplayer pirate adventure game where players can form crews with friends, sail through treacherous waters, engage in ship-to-ship combat or search for buried treasure across wide-ranging tropical islands.

The Sailing tag introduces an additional dimension to gameplay by providing players with the opportunity to become seafaring captains, exploring vast virtual oceans while mastering the art of sailing.

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