‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Sites Let You Customize Skulls, Pirate Yourself and Destroy Your Friends

Custom skull created at PirateSkullCreator.comVia the official Pirates of the Caribbean Facebook page, Walt Disney Studios recently announced the official Pirate Skull Creator app available at PirateSkullCreator.com. The app allows you to start with the infamous silver skull from the Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides poster and customize it with everything from hair to jewelry to physical damage to teeth and eyes. When complete, you’ll have the option to export your creation to your Facebook page or save it in various sizes and formats including desktop and mobile wallpaper sizes.

This, of course, is enough to please the landlubbers. But we be pirates here at the Kingdom of Stitch and common knowledge isn’t enough to satisfy our hungers. So avast, me hearties and listen to what else we managed to unearth while pillaging the house of mouse.

Look Mommy! I'z a pirate!The popular app from days long gone has return with a new twist. Now you can Pirate Yourself the On Stranger Tides way with PirateYourself.com. Simply webcam, Facebook or upload a photo of yourself, tweak it and then piratize your self the way your mother intended you to be. The controls be a bit awkward at times, but it’s well worth it. Photos and accessories can be place, resized and rotated as desired, leaving plenty of options for those that command it.

We also managed to find an online game called Battleship Galleons that allows you to choose a ship captain from the film and then battle a friend on the high seas. Although they don’t seem quite ready to be played, we found two versions: an international version which currently lets you play against the computer and the domestic version which seems like it would let you select a Facebook friend to compete against but does not appear to be working at this time.

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