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EA Mobile launches Battleship for iPhone, iPod touch

updated 05:45 pm EST, Tue December 15, 2009

Battleship offers Wi-Fi multiplayer capabilities

EA Mobile has added to its collection of App Store games with the launch of Battleship. The game follows the same theme as the classic Battleship board-game, requiring players to sink their opponent's ships in a strategic naval battle. Players can press a square which corresponds to the desired coordinates for the attack strike, which is then displayed as a 3D battle sequence including gunfire and battleship destruction. Throughout the game, players can strive for ascending ranks starting at Seaman and ending at Admiral.

Battleship features several different game modes such as classic play, a more intensive fire-at-will Salvo mode, and a Super Weapons mode where players can use a variety of lethal weapons that were unlocked during the game. Multi-player gaming is supported via Wi-Fi with two devices, or using pass-and-play with a single device.

Battleship is now available from the App Store for $3.








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  1. climacs

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    what's long and hard and full of seamen?

    a submarine. What were YOU thinking of?

  1. Fast iBook

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Full of.....

    More like full of high explosives, and a small scattering of people.

    - A

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