When playing sea battle on a piece of paper, you usually draw two squares, in one of which you place your ships, in the other-you shoot at the opponent's ships. In online versions of Sea Battle, only one square is often visible at a time (to save space on the screen). They are shown alternately, depending on whose turn it is now. If it's your opponent's turn, you'll see a harbor with your ships on the screen, and if it's your turn, you'll see your opponent's harbor in front of you.

Let's briefly describe the main stages and tasks of the game. The main task of naval combat is to sink all the opponent's ships. Whoever does it first wins. There are two players playing here: You and the computer. The first stage is the placement of ships. There are five of them in total: a two-deck, two three — deck, four-deck and the flagship-a five-deck ship. Place them on the desired positions of the playing field, unfolding, if desired, horizontally or vertically. The playing field is a square, measuring 10 by 10 cells. A five-deck ship occupies five cells on it. Of course, you don't see the enemy ships ' positions.

After the placement of ships, the stage of direct combat follows. The game is played in moves. For each turn, the player has the opportunity to shoot three times. Moreover, unlike the classic paper versions of the game, even if you wounded (knocked out one of the sections of the ship) or killed (completely destroyed) the opponent's ship, you can still shoot only three times.

The game is played as long as one of the players (you or the computer) it will not sink all enemy ships. As soon as this happens, the winner is announced. Hopefully, you'll be able to get ahead of the computer and sink its entire fleet before it sinks yours. Good luck!

You can play the game NAVAL BATTLE WITH A COMPUTER 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.