Experience World War II aboard your own battleship
Warship Battle is a fantastically graphically realistic game where we have to finish off our enemies onboard our warship
Navy battle fans will love this fantastic World War II-inspired action game developed by Joycity Studio. Place yourself at the controls of your battleship and destroy every enemy at sea.
Participate in historic naval battles
The gameplay consists of performing the missions that are indicated in each level, being inspired by historical naval confrontations of World War II. So, in most missions, we will have to destroy enemy units, whether they are constructions at sea, other ships, helicopters, tanks or even submarines. However, sometimes we will have to protect a target or attack enemy naval bases.
In addition, we will be able to sail away in real historical ships, like the HMS Bulldog or the battleship USS Arizona. As a result, we will rewrite naval battle history from our Android device.
Intense naval battles with authentic warships from the Second World War era.
Custom controls and graphics
We will use tactile buttons with an excellent response. We will have direction buttons, a button for repairing our ship, and different attacks, although we will also be able to control our ship's movement with the terminal's accelerometer. Also, we must aim our cannons by turning the camera with our right thumb.
Furthermore, the graphic design of Warship Battle is absolutely amazing. Its three-dimensional designs are tremendously realistic, engaging us in a highly realistic and immersive experience. We can also adjust the graphics quality. It means that if our Android is not too powerful, we can still enjoy this fantastic game.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.1.
- Offers in-app purchases.
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