This game has the original name Battleship Solitaire, which can be interpreted as ship battle solitaire. We called this symbiosis Japanese Sea Battle because of the gameplay similarity with Japanese numerical crosswords. Anyway, the game has something in common with the classic, in our understanding, notebook sea battle. That's just something. Namely, the field on which the gameplay takes place is a square, lined up into cells. Depending on the difficulty chosen by the player, the playing field can have dimensions of 6x6 (simple), 8x8 (more difficult) or 10x10 (the most difficult).

You can also draw an analogy with a naval battle by reading the problem. The goal of the game is to destroy the enemy fleet by detecting and sinking all its ships. The enemy is virtual here and does not take any retaliatory actions. The computer simply hides the ships on the field before the game starts.

And now a few words about the process itself. It is, I must say, significantly different from the classics and really has a lot in common with solitaire games, at least logically. Look at the field (water area). The numbers at the top and left indicate the number of ship segments (one segment = 1 cell) in a given row and column. The list on the left shows which ships are hidden in the water area. Enemy ships cannot touch each other, even diagonally, keep this in mind when solving puzzles.

So, the task is clear-to identify all the ships hidden in the water area. By clicking on a cell once, you put water in it, two-a fragment of the ship, the third click frees the cell. Ships are placed randomly, depending on the current date. You can select another one by clicking on it (left side).

You can play the game JAPANESE NAVAL BATTLE online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.