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BattleShip: The Beginning

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rated 3.80 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Strategy - Artillery
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war
boardgame
turnbased
battleship

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Sep 2, 2010 | 8:27 AM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place September 3, 2010

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Battleship. The beginning┬╗ is a classical naval strategy, in which the player tries to sink the hidden ships of the computer, which has the developed battle tactics. The game is made in style of the 16th century naval battles, and is imbued with the spirit of the battles of that time. During the game you can advance in ranks, buy different kinds of weapons and receive bonuses.

The game has been devloped by Oleg Yakuba.........

Reviews


CaptainLampCaptainLamp

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good

i was in the part where you choose where to place ships on like the fifth level or something and it wouldnt let me start the level and then i noticed that i had two of those 3 space ships that cant use the thunder cannon (i cant remember the name) so i tried putting them back. that didnt work, so i just figured id point out this glitch so that if it isnt a freak accident it could maybe get fixed



WolfshrikeWolfshrike

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Omniscent computer?

Seems like, the second it landed a hit, the computer demolished half my fleet in one turn. Actually, there's no seems like to it- once the computer landed a hit, my fleet was gone.

On the upside, it's basically classic battleship, with a few interesting concepts, and decent graphics and sound. Chain hits ruin it though, and the ever present problem of making the AI not instantly know where everything is and able to perfectly destroy a ship from one hit in the middle of nothing.



TwadTwad

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Chain-killing..

ISNT fun. Get a hit and you can blow up half the ennemy fleet in seconds. (or get yours get blown up)
Cannonballs give away the position of ennemy ships.

Special skills just make the game even less predictable, maybe easier, but it goes both ways. So its all about luck.

Entirely luck-based.
Powers are way too powerfull.
Hit combos break the game.


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