Electronic Battleship: Advanced Mission
Electronic Battleship Advanced Mission is a commercial variant of the classic game Battleship published by Milton Bradley. The objective, like all other versions of the game, is to sink your opponent's fleet of five ships.
Unlike previous versions of Battleship, players have access to special weapons that can hit multiple grid squares in one turn. Also available are scanning systems, which allow players to locate fleets without firing.
Currently there are two different versions of this game available.
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