Naval Warfare

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Third party DRM: Securom

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“Naval Warfare” is a stylish steampunk naval-action shooter with numerous tactical elements. Steer your ship into the middle of a raging naval war, where masses of enemies and allies engage in real-time operations over large, multi-screen maps, presented in a unique distinctive steampunk art-style.

Destroy masses of enemies on- above- and below the water surface, unlock new ship-types, weapons and upgrades to enhance your ship as you progress through an entertaining story-driven campaign accompanied by beautiful hand-drawn comic sequences.

Choose your tactics and form your own special squadron to support you in battle, issuing offensive and defensive orders to overcome masses of enemy opponents and defensive installations.


Pick-up and play shooter gameplay with direct controls and easy to learn functions

Battle maps with large open areas and intelligent enemies provide a progressively growing choice of tactical options

3 different player ship-types each with a special distinctive super-attack

Many different weapons and customization upgrades for the players ships

Large variety of enemy units, including ships, submarines, airplanes and huge steampunk-style biomechanical constructs

Four different squad-types which the player can command as his support fleet, controlled through simple context-sensitive orders

An epic story-driven campaign, supported by stylish comic-sequences

6 Co-op and competitive maps to play with friends on a single PC

Customer reviews


Naval Warfare

TehNaziOne | Dec. 18, 2012 | See all TehNaziOne's reviews »

Great game!!!That's all I have to say about this,it looks very good,has a good price also.You get more then what you pay for,I am sure you will be more then satisfied after you buy this game and you will play it for some time.The co-op it's very funny and interactive if you play it with some buddies.I will guarantee you will not regret getting this game,it's a great one as I stated at the beginning,I highly advice you to buy it,you will have some fun playing it.It's attractive and interesting.


Looks great, but somewhat short

Cooberstooge | Sept. 7, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »

Fast-paced naval shooters are quite a rarity, and one set in a steampunk universe even more so. Despite the short campaign, Naval Warfare is one heck of a good little game.

The game controls very well, although controlling your ship and guns independently will take some getting used to, as will aiming according to where you're going. Once you get the hang of things, though, you'll burn through hours in this little gem. Combat is very fast, and the screen can fill up with enemies quickly if you let it - you always must be on your guard here.

Naval Warfare looks and sounds great, and it all runs along nice and smooth, too. I never once encountered any bugs in the campaign, and while the multiplayer is pretty quiet now, co-op with some buddies is awesomely fun.


Naval Warfare

maciej2601 | Aug. 30, 2012 | See all maciej2601's reviews »

Slovak arcade action game studies, which are the most important naval battles and powerful cruisers. Moving to an alternate world where the oceans prevail. For this reason, the most important are steam ships, a native of Victorian industrial period. The player receives an extraordinary ship available to combat and tasks that make up the one-man campaign narrative.


Nice presentation, dull implementation

Spattercat | April 14, 2012 | See all Spattercat's reviews »

I liked this game quite a bit, at first, but it wasn't long before I didn't want to finish. The unlock/upgrade progression is very linear, and the gameplay fairly repetitive. There are a good number of escort missions which get old pretty quickly. Game looks nice, and plays like a wanna be schmup, so if you're on the casual side you may get some bang from it... dipping a toe into the bullet hell waters, as it were. It's a short campaign, and the local co op doesn't add much because it's already pretty much a breeze to get through.