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My name is McArra and I belong to the special pacification forces. My mission: find and destroy a nuclear submarine U-5544 that has unbalanced the forces between the two most powerful Earth armies. The name of the operation is Cephalopod and I have heard that you want to help me in this "easy" mission.

At first, we will be sent near the island where is anchored the submarine awaiting orders. We will swim to the coast, and once there... everything will depend on us.

"Navy Moves" is a one-dimensional side scrolling shooter, and the sequel of "Army Moves" and has the same gaming style.


Navy Moves MSX On rough seas.
Navy Moves Atari ST Got him!
Navy Moves MSX If you want to play part two, you must enter the correct access code.
Navy Moves Atari ST Entering the sub.

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Crash! ZX Spectrum Jun, 1989 83 out of 100 83
Commodore User Amiga Jun, 1989 80 out of 100 80
Zzap! Amiga Aug, 1989 75 out of 100 75
Sinclair User ZX Spectrum May, 1989 74 out of 100 74
The Games Machine (UK) Amstrad CPC Jun, 1989 67 out of 100 67
Amiga Format Amiga Aug, 1989 53 out of 100 53
Commodore Format Commodore 64 May, 1992 43 out of 100 43
Power Play Amiga Aug, 1989 40 out of 100 40
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Atari ST Sep, 1989 34 out of 100 34
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Commodore 64 Sep, 1989 33 out of 100 33


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Cover Art

The man on the front box cover is obviously modeled after Arnold Schwarzenegger, from the Commando (1985) movie poster.

PC version

The PC version consists only of part 2 of the game, while the remainder of the 16 bit versions are complete. The reason behind this may be closing deadlines, which would have prompted Dinamic to release an incomplete PC port. The versions of "Army Moves" and "Navy Moves" included as extra content with "Arctic Moves" were ZX Spectrum versions running under an emulator.


The protagonist's name, McArra, is a play on the Spanish word for "pimp", "macarra".
Contributed to by Kohler 86 (7296) and Martin Smith (62904)