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Battleship


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  • Commander of your fleet
  • Prepare your strategy and lead your troops to victory
  • Try to destroy your opponent's fleet before they destroy yours
  • Defeat the enemy fleet and rescue your men in the classic tactical combat game
  • Includes 1 grid, 1 base with drawers, 10 ships, 2 men, 145 white pegs, 80 red pegs, mission card, 4 rubber feet, 2 grid attachments and instructions
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 15.8 x 10.5 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001FVSZAK
  • Item model number: 14674
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 - 12 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,001 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

You are the commander of your fleet, so prepare your strategy and lead your troops to victory. Call out your coordinates and mark your hits and misses. Try to destroy your opponent's fleet first.

Product Description

Hasbro 4020XXXX Battleship (EA)

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Customer Reviews

The pegs constantly fall out.
targetmommy
Unfortunately, the pegs and ships do not fit well into the holes, and since the board is vertical, they frequently fall out.
HeatherHH
This dreadful version of the classic Battleship game has changed my perspective.
Steve Moore

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

143 of 146 people found the following review helpful By HeatherHH on October 12, 2009
I've played Battleship before at a family member's house. They had an older traditional version of the game with two separate cases, nice quality, etc. I loved playing it. My 8-year-old son enjoyed playing it with me, so I suggested that to my mother as a birthday present. Unfortunately, I didn't know there were different versions these days.

In this version, there is a single 2-sided console that the two players share. Unfortunately, the pegs and ships do not fit well into the holes, and since the board is vertical, they frequently fall out. If someone lightly brushes against a peg, it will fall out. If you look at a peg, it may fall out. The whole point is to be able to mark your misses and hits, and if you don't know what you've already guessed, what's the point? I was almost in tears with frustration after only 5-10 minutes of play. Sadly, this is a cheaply designed game that is not ready to be on the broader market.

On a side note, this version has a hexagon grid, so that there are more options as to how to orient your boats. In my mind, it makes the game a bit more complex, especially for children, and I prefer the traditional board with rows and columns.

Battleship is a great game, but do not buy this version.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Ronald L. Linch Jr. on November 19, 2009
I'm hearing the upside down version featuring VELCRO will be coming out next year... so you might want to hold off a little longer if you havent already splurged. Im also hearing they are sending a tube of glue to all those that bought this version and bother to file a complaint with the company. Its nice to know they are responsive to their customers concerns.

I would have given this game 4 stars on the fun scale if only the pieces would have stayed in place. However, because this game more resembles "52 card pickup" than the original battleship, I can only give it 1 star.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Uberhack on June 14, 2009
As others said, the pegs fall out constantly. Not worth the effort. This one's going back. Do not buy!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Back on the Homestead on January 1, 2010
I love Battleship, grew up with the game. Got this one for Christmas from my parents for my wife and I to start our board game collection. Was excited and flipped the box over and saw the layout of the game. Was surprised to see that the bases were attached and that the map sections were together in a hexagon. I grew up with a design from the early eighties with the separate cases. I personally like that design cause we would sit just about anywhere especially on couches.

This version of Battleship works better on a flat surface. Have played it several times and have not had the problems that other reviewers have had like the pegs falling out (though I can see that happening a bad design). We have inserted pegs in the same holes on opposite sides and the pegs haven't fallen out, have bumped the game a couple time and the ships and pegs stayed in. The only problem I have had is the pegs design has changed: not long and thin but short and a bigger diameter and when you have a big grouping of pegs together, it a little hard to fit a peg in the middle of the group with the peg being shorter. Other than that, I enjoy this version.

I am coming from a perceptive of a game design almost thirty years old. I like the graphics of this newer version and agree with Jared Castle about the NATO phonetic alphabet. I also like the modernized design of the ship pieces and the addition of the crewman that you have to rescue adds a nice touch. And the hexagon map allows for a vertical and diagonal layout. And I like the deep storage bins that swing into the base not likely to lose pegs like in the much older version and lastly when you are done with the game, you can remove the grid sheet and see how close you were.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ichabod Heron on April 27, 2010
My daughter will be in third grade next fall and I thought it might be a good idea to introduce her to the game I loved playing so much as a child. The timing is also right for her as I can attest that it had allowed me to grasp the concept of Cartesian coordinate with relative ease; I have much to thank this game.

Therefore, when I was about to pick this game up on a recent shopping expedition, I was horrified to find that the good old orthogonal arrangement of holes was tweaked into a convoluted diamond pattern a la Chinese Checkers. The beauty that lay within simple yet educational nature of the game was totally obliterated in this edition. How am I going to convey to my daughter that her 'torpedo' is off by one to the right and two up thereby allowing her to understand how to read the x-y values off a Cartesian coordinate?

Also, the classic version I played in the late 70's came with two plastic attache cases. My friend and I would enter the room toting the attache case from opposite ends of the room and sit across the table from each other, thereby heightening the drama. This version just sits in the middle of the table... blah.

I cannot comment on the quality of the game pieces since this was one exception where I feel justified judging the content by looking at its cover. I believe that the content would not possess any redeeming quality.

I think I'll look at auction sites and try to score the version I used to play. New is not always better nor is it in any way improved.

This is what happens when idiot board members who make 7-figure salaries who are so out of touch with the rest of the world start making 'executive' decisions.
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