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Electronic Battleship Advanced Mission

by Hasbro

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  • Classic electronic version of Battleship is the perfect Holiday gift for boys
  • Hasbro's Electronic Battleship will get your adrenaline rushing as you race to sink all five of your enemy's ships before she can sink yours
  • Task Force One, armed. Man your battle stations! commands the game-board admiral
  • You can even play solo, challenging the talking game board on three different skill levels
  • It's the ultimate sea duel game
  • Sirens wailing and lights flashing as you match wits with your opponent in four different games
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 5.1 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00000IWDN
  • Item model number: 4750
  • Our recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,038 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

The Electronic Battleship Advanced Mission game by Hasbro features a breakthrough laptop design that brings this classic naval combat game to eye level for greater command of the fleet. Sinking your opponent's ships is even more exciting with improved sound and commands that immerse you in each strategic battle. When you're done playing, the unit folds up for quick and easy storage.

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Hasbro's Electronic Battleship will get your adrenaline rushing as you race to sink all five of your enemy's ships before she can sink yours. "Task Force One, armed. Man your battle stations!" commands the game-board admiral, sirens wailing and lights flashing as you match wits with your opponent in four different games. You can even play solo, challenging the talking game board on three different skill levels. It's the ultimate sea duel game! Requires four AA batteries. --Julie Ubben

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Customer Reviews

The new version of electronic battleship...in the green box is a lot of fun.
P. Plutzker
If you play this game with some strategy in mind you will find yourself doing very little guessing, which makes this game much more interesting and NEVER boring!
John J. Rinck
The only drawback is that when I try to set the game up on its legs, it doesn't lock completely in place and sometimes falls if you push a pin in too hard.
Billy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

268 of 282 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 14, 2000
I sure expected a lot more out of this game based on its price. Essentially the only thing electronic about this is the preprogrammed games and the cheesy, repetitive sound effects. Okay, a little red light flashes if you hit a boat, but so what? For the money, Hasbro should have: 1) At the very least printed out the punched in letter/number combo on the light grid. Ever play this with a kid who forgets to call out the coordinates then forgets what they were altogether! Frustrating! Putting this on the display probably would have cost pennies. 2) Had LEDs in the grid. Want those plastic pegs? Get the much cheaper and essentially the same, old fashioned "manual version". This doesn't do much more. I was at least expecting LEDs to light up in the grid after the coordinates were put in. Okay, nickels this time, not pennies. But nope. 3) Keep track of what's sunk. Hey, they have a little key with the boats on it - how tough could it be to put a little lit up LED next to each when it's sunk? They don't even have the peg holes up top anymore to mark your sinkings! How lame is THAT?
In this day and age of high tech computer wizardry, this game MISSES THE BOAT! It should be quick and inexpensive to put in what is really missing, especially for the price. Instead, Hasbro gives you something not much better than the classic....at 3X the $$.
If this weren't a kid's gift I would have returned the one I bought. Save your money and stick with the classic. Don't say you weren't warned!
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97 of 100 people found the following review helpful By "-burntblood" on November 20, 2003
I bought this game for my daughter. She has the old version but cheated too much. Of course I cheated too. Believe me, you would never find my patrol boat. I'd just keep moving it around.
Advance Mission puts an end to that. You have to program in your coordinates so it's impossible to cheat. This is a good thing.
Advanced Mission has four different games to be played:
The Classic Mission - each player gets one shot apiece regardless of hit or miss.
The Salvo Mission - each player gets one shot for every ship left unsunk. I really like this one.
The Bonus Mission - each player gets one shot unless they score a hit in which case they can continue on the same turn until they miss.
The Advanced Mission - each ship has special weapons and you have two recon planes, however if you use the recon planes I will defeat you. IMO the recon planes are a bit too much. Deploying them counts as a turn and you don't get to fire a weapon. I never deploy my recon planes. I have never lost, yet.
Another thing that sets this game apart is the ability to play the computer. You don't even need any friends to have a good old fashioned war at sea.
There are also 3 different skill levels to choose from. ...
Of course the game now has sound. You hear the weapons being fired and the explosions from hits.
All that being said I still see room for improvement. On the old battleship you could adjust the top grid for better visibility, much like you would a laptop. On Advanced Mission the top grid is fixed and depending on the lighting can be hard to see.
Unless you are sitting at eye level with direct lighting you will inevitably place a peg in the wrong grid resulting in frustration and possibly a failed mission.
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85 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Efrain Rivera Jr. on November 26, 2006
I just came back from buying the Electronic Battleship Advanced Mission game. First, I bought the one that comes in the BLUE BOX. After five minutes into the game, I could see how badly this game was done. Especially the annoying voice of the announcer that lets you know if you hit or miss a target because not only does he sounds awful but also you just cannot understand what he says. Therefore, if you are playing with the advanced weapons and use the tomahawk missile, when the game announces the spaces that you hit and missed you will not be able to tell the difference between the two no matter how many times you press the repeat button. It was so frustrating that I immediately packed the game and went back for a refund.

Then I saw the Electronic Battleship Advanced Mission that comes in the GREEN BOX and I exchanged it for that one. Wow, what a difference! The voices, the sounds, the design, everything is just excellent. Here is what you get in this new and revised game. Remember, it's the one in the GREEN BOX.

1. The original game play in a bigger grid (10 x 14), Salvo mission (You fire one shot for each one of your ships still afloat) and Target Plus One Mission, or Bonus Mission (You earn and extra turn for every hit or successful scan until you miss).

2. Advanced Weapons can now be used in Salvo and Bonus Missions.

3. The voice of the announcer is understandable. You will have NO problem whatsoever in understanding hits and misses.

4. The Attack Squadron Planes now move AND scan on the same turn, and the Planes now scan the space immediately underneath them. Beware of the Anti-Aircraft Missile Battery, the only defense against these pesty little creatures.

5. The Aircraft Carrier missiles were eliminated.
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