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- Includes 2 portable battle cases
- Sink your opponent’s ships for the win
- Red and white pegs track hits and misses
- Convenient ship and peg storage on the side of the ocean grid
- Includes 2 portable battle cases, 10 plastic ships, 84 red "hit" pegs, 168 white "miss" pegs, label sheet and instructions. Ages 7 and up. For 2 players.
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Battleship game is the classic game of naval combat that brings together competition, strategy, and excitement! In head-to-head battle, players search for the enemy's fleet of ships and destroy them one by one. With convenient portable battle cases and realistic looking naval crafts, Battleship game puts players right in the middle of the action. Players command a powerful fleet that includes an aircraft carrier, a destroyer, a submarine, a patrol boat, and a battleship. Each player announces the coordinates of each strike, and sees if it hits. Position ships strategically to survive opponent's relentless strikes, and track hits and misses with red and white pegs on the ocean grid. No ship is safe in this game of stealth and suspense.
- Play whenever and wherever
- Sink opponent's ships for the win
- Track down enemy ships on the target grid
- Call a shot and fire
- Ages 7 and up
Sink Opponent's Ships for the Win
Feel the authentic thrill of the battle when war is waged on the high seas in the Battleship game. Take charge and command a fleet to defeat the enemy. With convenient portable battle cases and realistic looking naval crafts, the Battleship game puts players right in the middle of the action. Position ships strategically to survive the relentless strikes. Then target opponent’s ships and wipe them out.
Hunt, Hit, Sink, Win
Call in the heavy artillery! In the Battleship game, a player's mission is to locate their enemy's fleet and destroy each craft. Command a powerful fleet that includes an aircraft carrier, a destroyer, a submarine, a patrol boat, and a battleship. Announce the coordinates of each strike, and see if the hit was made. Place the red pegs to mark hits, but don't assume where all of the opponent's ships are. Keep hunting and launching attacks until the entire fleet is sunk. Be the first player to destroy 5 ships to win.
Play anywhere with portable battle cases
Want to play? Get out the convenient battle cases and set up a game whenever and wherever. Each case holds the ships with the pegs that mark hits and misses: everything needed for cool and calculated combat. Launch one attack at a time or use the Battleship Salvo feature to make multiple strikes on a turn.
Includes 2 portable battle cases, 10 plastic ships, 84 red 'hit' pegs, 168 white 'miss' pegs, label sheet, and instructions.
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Battleship game is the classic game of naval combat that brings together competition, strategy, and excitement! In head-to-head battle, players search for the enemy’s fleet of ships and destroys them one by one. With convenient portable battle cases and realistic looking naval crafts, Battleship game puts players right in the middle of the action. Players command a powerful fleet that includes an aircraft carrier, a destroyer, a submarine, a patrol boat, and a battleship. Each player announces the coordinates of each strike, and sees if it hits. Position ships strategically to survive opponent's relentless strikes, and track hits and misses with red and white pegs on the ocean grid. No ship is safe in this game of stealth and suspense. It’s a battle that you must win! Battleship and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
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I think it's a damn shame that the manufacture, 'first' made this game like it is, and 'second',, didn't recall the game to correct this.
I may have a 'possible' solution for those unfortunate enough to have purchased this game, and dealing with the situation of the pegs falling out of the holes. Now I don't have one of these to try this on, but I believe it to be a logical, simple thing to try for a permanent fix for this.
Now if you don't have these items laying around, it probably wouldn't be worth the time, 'money' and effort to try this. However if you play the game often, it might just be worth a try.
Things needed are some old newspaper, brown paper bag, (or similar), some 'blue painters tape', then a can of a, 'matte clear' spray. Something like the Rust-Oleum 2X Ultra Cover. (amazon does sell this)
My 'idea' comes from using the Rust-Oleum 2X Ultra Cover Clear Spray on another project. I'm using it to protect a newly painted finish on some plastic parts. I found that it adds a protective layer over the paint, and actually thickens what was originally there. Now this is best done outdoors, or in a very well ventilated area!
Now to try this, you'll have to cover and mask off every area of the game console, except the part with the enlarged holes. That's where the newspaper and blue painters tape come in.
Once all masked off, take the spray can and shake it real good, for a good, full '2-3' minutes, (the can directions says 1 minute, but give it more).
Once you've got it shaken real good, get ready to spray that unmasked part of the game console. This brand of spray comes out 'real good', with a strong, full stream. So just give it a test spray away from the game to see the pattern that comes out of it.
Start at about 12 to 18 inches away from the game board, and begin spraying 'off' the top, and 'off' one side of the game board, and move across it, going 'past' the opposite side. If the stream of the spray didn't cover from the top to the bottom, go across it again more towards the bottom, so you have the entire board covered. Do not saturate it! Just start with a light coat. This stuff is thick.
This is where trying this is going to be a pain in the a**. Now according to the directions on the can, you can spray a second coat if desired. The thing is, that it will take 24 hours to 'fully' dry.
Yes, it says it drys to the touch within an hour, but you really want to give it the 24 hours before testing it.
Once it has fully dried, try the pegs in the holes and see if they are tighter. (I'm thinking they should be). If it's tight enough for your needs, you're done! Remove all the paper and tape, and play the game.
If you want the pegs tighter, you'll have to give it another coat, wait the 24 hours, and try them again.
This spray is a totally clear spray, it says that it's safe for plastics, so it wouldn't appear that you would not be risking anything but some of your time.
I would recommend the 'matte' spray for this. They have a gloss, a satin, and a matte finish. The gloss and satin may put a shine on the game board, that you do not want.
From my experiences using this clear protective spray, I believe that this may be the simplest fix for this game console. It should spray into all the holes, putting a protective coat of spray in each of them, and at the same time, making the holes smaller.
It would be a lot easier, and a more permanent fix, than say wrapping a layer of tape on all the pegs.
Again, don't saturate the holes when you spray. You want them 'a little' tighter, but not to where you have to force the pegs into the holes. If you do that, you will no doubt scrap off layers of the spray when doing that. Then you will have flakes and pieces of the coating all over the place. And if the game is being played by young children, you don't want that! You never know what a child will put into their mouth.
As the directions on the can states, on plastic, full, adhesion and durability drying time is 5-7 days. You may want to give it that time, before giving it back to any children to use.
So it's something to at least 'try' as a fix to this problem... Again, I believe this just might work.