Naval Ship Warfare is a naval duel until only one player is left standing. It's a game of logic and strategy to determine the layout of your opponent's fleet of ships. You can play with 1 to 6 shots each, "salvo" where your shots are determined by the number of your remaining ships, or "blitz" where you keep shooting until you miss. The game includes a single player and two player modes, so you can play against a friend or the two levels of AI that are included.
The gameplay provides for the classical 5 ship version or mix it up and add an extra ship into your naval fleet. Mines can be placed to add to the excitement. When a mine is hit, it will blow all surrounding sectors. An airplane can help players seek out the opponent fleet and they can be optionally bound to an aircraft carrier.
More options than any other Naval Warfare game
Two levels of AI included (Computer and Super Computer)
Two player mode so you can play against your friends
Three game styles included: # of Shots, Salvo, and Blitz!
# of Shots: You can choose up to 6 shots per player
Salvo: Your shots are determined by the number of ships you have remaining
Blitz: You keep shooting until you miss
Extra Ship: Not only can you play with the standard 5 ships, but you can optionally play with 6 ships as well
Mines: Optionally have a randomly placed mine to add to the fun
Airplanes: You can use an airplane to help seek out your opponent
Optionally have the airplane bound to the aircraft carrier, so once the carrier is sunk so is the plane
Think you are good? Turn on the Don't Mark Shots option to see if you can remember where you've already shot
Standard options to control game speed, volume, and ability to turn off ripple effect
Ships: Aircraft Carrier, Battleship, Cruiser, Submarine, Destroyer, and optionally add the Minesweeper
End of game statistics such as: Hit %, # of Shots, # of Miss/Hits, # of Rounds, etc.
Better graphics and great sound effects to top it off
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