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- Includes zippered case with ocean and target grids, 10 plastic ships, 168 white pegs, 84 red pegs and instructions
- For 2 players.
- Ages 7 to Adult
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Top Customer Reviews
The big negative, for me, is the fact that it's all one piece. If the two players' boards snapped apart, you could use it in a car. As it is, you have to sit facing each other, and it's just small enough that you need to do it on the floor, or on a very small table.
Oh well - I got it because it was on sale, and we didn't have a regular battleship set. If my kids like it enough, I'll get them a better version - one with separate boards for each player (good in general, not only in the car).
Fun - battleship is a fun game; the awkwardness of this set takes away little.
Educational - there is some learning of how to..."spread your fire". One son took all of his shots in a single line at first, for example...not the most efficient.
Durable - don't know yet.
Overall - size and setup kill it - too big for a portable, too small for a "regular".
We homeschool so I was curious to see what benefit this might have. To my 4 year old son who is not even in formal education yet, this made an immediate impact - he's now counting on a grid. Mastered that after playing twice. His older sisters have mastered it as well.
Good value for the price.
Quality wise, I have no problems.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent product, just like the original when I was a child. I now play copious hours with my daughter. The newer battleship games have sound which my annoy me and my daughter. Read morePublished on April 28, 2010 by Lauren F. Stone
My 10 year old son rec'd this for Christmas and loves it. It is all contained in one piece to take along on trips etc. very easily.Published on February 7, 2010 by D. Woolley
I bought this for my 5yr old son and he loves it. I thought the smaller size would be ideal to reduce clutter plus it's great that it zips up, so if pieces get loose they don't get... Read morePublished on January 7, 2010 by Stacie Kenney
We have these at home for family game night. I love the travel editions of the games because they all zip up into a nice size to store. Read morePublished on July 9, 2008 by Trina