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Battleship Game It's the classic naval combat game. Head out on a search for hidden ships in enemy waters ...

This game is for two players but is great for tournaments. Keeping track of hits and misses helps improve memory skills. It takes thinking ahead and strategic planning when it comes to hiding your ships from your opponent. One hit and it isn't too long before you might hear someone say, "You sunk my battleship!"

Looking for a great game for the car on a road trip? The cases that hold the pieces and board games are made of a durable plastic which makes traveling with them easier. Caution for the little ones, though. There are tons of red and white pegs which make this game for older children who won't try to eat the pieces or put them places they don't belong.

Object of the game: Sink all of your opponents ships before you're the one swimming in the water!

How to play the game: Both players carefully and strategically place all ships on the bottom grid. Take turns calling out a letter and number that intersect on the vertical grid. If your opponent has a ship, or not, in that coordinate he or she will let you know by saying either hit or miss. If it is a hit put a red peg a red peg in the appropriate spot. If it is a miss put a white peg. Continue this process until all of one person's ships are sunk.

Why parents love this game:

  • It is a great generational game

  • No batteries needed

  • Encourages taking and waiting for turns

  • Develops eye-hand coordination

  • Enhanced memory and concentration skill

  • Helps develop small motor skills

  • Great travel game

More about Battleship on the Web:

Battleship - Wikipedia



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