Battle Fleet 2 PC

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  • Summary: Battle Fleet 2 is a true naval combat sim set in the WW2 era, with fights primarily taking place around island chains in The Pacific. Players manually control each ship's loadout, as well as maneuvering each ship in true turn based combat. Firing on enemy ships is done via power and angleBattle Fleet 2 is a true naval combat sim set in the WW2 era, with fights primarily taking place around island chains in The Pacific. Players manually control each ship's loadout, as well as maneuvering each ship in true turn based combat. Firing on enemy ships is done via power and angle controls, much like Worms or Scorched Earth. Ballistic weapons use real time collision physics, allowing you to use terrain of islands as cover or even allowing individual shells to take out key systems such as enemy guns, flight decks, rudders, and so on. Expand
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  1. Aug 4, 2014
    80
    For anyone with the slightest interest in artillery-based games or naval strategy games, this is a must buy, especially considering its low asking price.
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  1. Nov 15, 2015
    8
    It's a pretty simple yet nice naval battle game.

    Pros: Nice graphics. Neat game mechanics. It's not trying to be realistic, but it
    It's a pretty simple yet nice naval battle game.

    Pros:
    Nice graphics. Neat game mechanics. It's not trying to be realistic, but it involves some physics, a bit better than I'd expect from such a casual game (i.e. the islands block projectiles as well as line of view). The mechanics allow for some strategy being involved, but you'll only need any tactics for multiplayer mode (see below).
    Real warship names are used.

    Cons:
    In single player mode - the campaign is so darn simple (even on Hard mode) - that's it never a challenge to win, but barely a challenge to win without losing a single ship (you pretty much have to not pay attention whatsoever to lose any ship). Unless you deliberately send inferior attack forces on the enemy to create some challenge. But it's trivial to gather an overwhelming attack force for every attack...

    Also there are some bugs that can make the game sometimes deadlock, particularly in the ship building editor... It's possible to build ships, but do save before you try :-)
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