The Great Sea Battle: The Game of Battleship

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  • New 3D battleship game.
  • Rotational field viewing.
  • Fight for your country!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 12

Review for game The Great Sea Battle: The Game of Battleship

Fly your country`s flag and bomb the enemy in this old favorite navy war game. Experience historically accurate ships from the times of the Armada in a 3D field that can be rotated under any angle. Align your ships on the grid and experience realistic explosions in highly detailed scenes. Each ship corresponds to its country in a given time period for a fun historical experience in The Great Sea Battle - The Game of Battleship.

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Genre : Card & Board

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Date release

May 5, 2008

Game Rank

3866 points

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It's Ok, could be greatly improved
March 25, 2012

The game is ok, but the real battleship game is better than this game. There is only one level and you either win or lose. If you lose, it takes you back to title screen where you can play again. If you win, it is the same thing. No new levels....just the same one over and over.

Surprisingly Fun Game
October 29, 2012

I stumbled on this game and grabbed it with a freebie code. I probably wouldn't pay full price for it, but its definitely worth a discounted price. Its a great wind down game before bed. Relaxing, not overly challenging, and fairly quick. It does have a lot of similarities to the board game. You can toggle on/off the fleet to keep track of what you've sunk. There is a grid in each corner to see what squares are open and the graphics are good. You can change your viewing position in a 360 degree circle. There are a half dozen flags to choose from, and you set your ships on the grid before playing. The nice thing is that you can keep the configuration from the last game and launch a new game quickly. There is also an option to have the computer randomly set the ships for you. This is a great game for teaching kids strategy....just like the board game. I find that it isn't too challenging and I win 98% of the time, which I like before settling in. I don't remember if it has music. I usually turn game music off and listen to something else. The downside is that it doesn't save your scores/wins/losses. I recommend trying it out. It won't be everybody's cup of tea but you might be pleasantly surprised.

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