I’ve always had this fascination with cruises. Perhaps it was because I used to watch The Love Boat and deeply wondered over the years which middle-aged perv would I turn into: That drunkard Doc? Pornstache Isaac The Bartender? Perhaps Gopher, who had puppy dog eyes for any woman that greeted him on the show? Talk about desperate, but not serious! Ah, I may never know and anyway, it’s probably best for others to judge. In any case, at least I can be a pimp like Captain Stubing and pretend to navigate cruise ships to dock in Sea Captain. Created by Curious Toys, the game is a slightly different take on line-drawing time management games like Firemint’s Flight Control, but instead of being set in airspace, it is set in a tricky and congested harbor. As boats enter the harbor, draw lines from their current locations to their designated docks based on color. However, you have to be aware of other ships, which come at different speeds and sizes, as well as the angle you draw their navigation lines so the ships do not hit anything else. Furthermore, as an added wrinkle, with clouds rolling into and out of the environment, using the lighthouse as a guide becomes very important, especially at night. Throw into the mix a dash of icebergs and a pinch of pirates (yes, I said it – PIRATES!), and what you’ll have left is a good visual game with equally good gameplay to back it up. Check it out! Price: 99¢.