Battleship Screenshots

User Screenshots

Amiga version

Title screen.
Starting a new game.
Placing shots to try and find the enemy fleet.
Firing at the enemy fleet.
Three hits on boats from the enemy fleet.
The enemy fires back.
The enemy has almost defeated my fleet.
The enemy is reduced to one ship but they have not been defeated yet.
Alas, enemy cannons take out my last ship.
The computer bluntly informs me of my loss.
An enemy victory parade sails past.

Amstrad CPC version

Title screen
Main menu
Placing our ships
Shooting sequence

Atari ST version

Loading screen
Main menu
Ship placement
Diagonal placement is a way to deceive
The first wave of shots unfolding
Nothing hit this time
Player 2 has some hit ships though
Throwing down another wave of shots
Only 2 left now
Shots are fired by bombing planes
Trying to finish off one that I hit earlier
All sunk
Game over
Here's where they all were
Sunk ships miraculously return for the victory parade

Commodore 64 version

Setting up the board
When a piece turns green, that means you can move it
Where do you want to nuke?
Firing your guns
Computer's turn
Computer firing its guns
One of my ships have been nuked
The black squares represent the damaged part of the computer's ship
Destroyed one of the computer's ship
One more ship to go
Winning the game

ZX Spectrum version

Loading screen
Main menu control selection
In this version the ships are auto-placed but can be moved
The initial wave of bullets
The results shown graphically
And then in the more conventional grid style
Pretty big impacts now
That red spot is a hit ship - hopefully I can sink it with those close shots
And I did - hence the SOS
Bound to get the diagonal-angled one
Not long to go now
All the ships are gone - can only mean one thing
The storm is over now
High scores