Electronic Battleship: Advanced Mission - Scanning For Enemy Ships - Version 1

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Recon Planes: Unlike the sonar sweep, which can only give a broad estimation about the location of enemy fleets, the Recon Jets can pin-point the exact spot where they are located. At the start of the game, you have two recon jets on the flight deck of your Aircraft Carrier. To explore enemy territory, you'll have to move them into the battle zone. Input the coordinates of the space in enemy territory you want the jet to fly to. Moving a recon plane counts as one turn. You cannot move a plane and use it to search (or make an attack) on the same turn. Once the plane is in position, you may scan the area. The plane will search only the four spaces next to it, either orthogonally or diagonally, depending on which surveillance pattern you choose. The plane cannot scan the square it is over. If an enemy is sighted, the coordinates where enemy fleets were found will be called out.

Recon jets can be destroyed while they are on the deck of the aircraft carrier. If a missile hits the space it is on, not only is the carrier damaged, but the jet is also destroyed.

You may keep using your jets for as long as you wish, as long as they are not destroyed by enemy missiles or anti-air weapons.

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