egzthunder1 · Jun 14, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Navy Wars Multiplayer for Android

There are several games out there from our childhood and past that we used to play without computers and with other family members and friends. Well, thanks to the efforts of XDA member BootsSiR, we can have one of these games back and readily available in our Android devices. In Naval Wars Multiplayer, your only objective is to try and sink your opponent’s ships, which are all placed in a grid type board, one that you cannot see. You will have to guess the position of the boats and warships and do your best to sink them before your opponent sinks yours. The game is a classic and fun way of spending some time with others and the fact that it has multiplayer capabilities, makes it even better.

Keep in mind that the game is still under beta, so the dev mentions that there are bugs to be expected. He has tested this game on 3 different devices, but results may vary depending on what device you try it on. Please take this game for a spin and make sure that you leave some feedback for the dev.

I’ve been working on a multiplayer game for a little while now and it’s about to the point where I need to get some more people using it. It’s called Navy Wars and it’s a turn based game where you try to take out your opponents fleet.

You can find more information in the application thread,

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