Battleship is a guessing game for two players. It was known worldwide as a pencil and paper game from World War I era. There is no known creator but was published by various companies in the 1930s. In 1967 it was released as a plastic board game by Milton Bradley. Since then it has had many updates, from being computerized in 1977 and by 1989 they came out with a talking version of the game.

Main Goal:

On the stations, you use the main board to straightly place your ships, to keep them safe from your opponent. All of the ships have a different hit value, depending on how big the ship is. The main objective of the game is to sink all the opponents’ ships before yours. You use the grid (A-J and 1-12) to call out where you think your opponent placed their battleships.


My experience:

I personally love playing this game. My brother and I would always play it after we got home from school or in my mother’s classroom after school. It’s just a simplistic game that you can complete very quickly and you don’t get to frustrated at. The only downside is that it is a two person game, therefore, you can’t play when you have multiple people to entertain.


5 thoughts on “G-4 HIT

  1. I love this game. Like LOVE this game. Fun fact I have never lost a game of battle ship. In our school at lunch we would play and I never lost a game at lunch. Ever.

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  2. I remember playing this game with my little brother when we would go to my Nanny’s house. I loved this game ❤️


  3. I don’t think I have ever played a game of battle ship that has had all of the pieces… whether it is missing ships or whatever. Still a fun game!


  4. I never could get into this game.


  5. This was one of my favorite games to play with my Grandfather growing up!


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