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War at Sea

War at Sea
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Relive those thrilling days of youth as you hunt down and sink your opponent’s ships before they sink yours! Play against your iPhone or iPad, or against people from around the world using Game Center. Play on a tiny 5-by-5 grid or on a giant 20-by-20 one. Choose how many ships you’ll have to sink. Use sonar to sweep the ocean and find enemy ships. You can also set the level of the device’s intelligence from “Dunce” to “Ruthless.”

Awesome sound effects and graphics get you in the game as shells explode upon finding their mark, or make a weak “Spelunk!” when they miss. Alarms ring as ships sink. Stirring music and imagery greets the victor, a dirge and gloomy seas greet the loser.

Connect with friends and strangers via Apple’s Game Center to play opponents from around the world. The game is turn-based, so you can take a shot and go about your day. When it’s your turn, your iPhone or iPad will let you know. If you want, you can play several games at once against different people. If someone trounces you, click the “Rematch!” button to challenge them to another game. Can you unlock more achievements than your friends? Can you climb to the top of the global leaderboard?

This single app runs on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Buy it once and play it on any device you own!

What's New in Version 1.1.2

Game Center games were broken. Our Chief Engineer took a hammer to the machinery, and now they're working again.


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