Torpedoes Armed

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Blast away ships by sneaking up underneath them and sinking as many of them as you can by using your torpedoes. You have a very limited amount of health and energy to use while underwater, so be sure to keep an eye on those indicators while sinking ships. Each level has an objective that you must meet in order to move onto the next level. If you start sinking enough ships you will earn money that you can use to buy upgrades like armor, speed, fuel efficiency, and torpedoes.


Simple and fun

The difficulty ramp is good too.

Can be easy

As has been said previously, if you buy the fuel consumption upgrades first, then speed, and camp the bottom left, the game isn't quite so hard.
I played through the complete game without letting a single ship passed, and without ever dying, not realizing that I had struck upon just the right strategy.


i liked this game it was fun i gotta say good job on this game only one problem i was hoping for few more upgrades but like i said it was fun good work bro.

it was

a little to hard to fast. and it kinda got anyyoing but i see possible improvment.

ugotgames responds:

Thanks for your feedback. We're definitely doing a version 2. To clear up some of the level progression issues we will have 3 difficulty levels on the main menu.

very nice, very addicting.....

this really is an awesome little game here, nice graphics, excellent animation. also nice choice of music. expand the range of weapons available. it's kind of a letdown when your enemies have mines, guided missiles, cluster bombs and whatnot and i find myself going hey.....where are MY superweapons? vinyls and paintjobs for the sub would be cool. maybe have an option of different subs with different strengths and weaknesses, add in more varieties of enemies, and this game could be EPIC.

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3.87 / 5.00

Jan 26, 2011
9:01 AM EST
Action - Shooter - Multidirectional
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