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Hasbro Gaming

Battleship Game

4.5
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£37.00
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Description

  • Includes 2 portable battle cases
  • Sink your opponent's ships for the win
  • Red and white pegs track hits and misses
  • Convenient ship and peg storage on the side of the ocean grid
  • Includes 2 portable battle cases, 10 plastic ships, 84 red "hit" pegs, 168 white "miss" pegs, label sheet and instructions. Ages 7 and up. For 2 players.

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Customer Reviews

Lots of design flawsI definitely don't recommend buying this game. My grandkids play it at their house, so I bought one for mine. I didn't read the reviews since I knew they liked playing the game - big mistake. Hasbro must really be cutting corners cost-wise. The bins for the pegs are skimpy, making it easy for pegs to fall out, and the case doesn't close fully when all of the pegs are in the bins. I'm keeping the white pegs in plastic zip-locks and dividing the red ones between the red and white bins. All of the pegs come in one plastic bag, and the instructions say to divide each color evenly between the 2 cases. Seems like they could easily have put half of each color in a separate bag. BTW, handling the small pegs is not meant for people with arthritis in their hands. The ships are meant to be stored in another side section, but it's difficult to get them in place and they easily fall out of their "berths." As others have said, it's difficult to see the letters and numbers identifying the rows and columns of the grid - a contrasting color to the background would have been great. If I had it to do over, I'd teach the grandkids to play the game with paper and pencil - easier, more fun (more ships, easily identified by the first letter of their names), and of course much less expensive. 1It's battleship.Well it's battleship. Its not electronic so there's not much to go wrong with it. The pegs didn't seem loose to me like I'd seen in other reviews. Two big improvements I can see is #1 the peg storage. The compartments that house the pegs just aren't quite big enough. I ended up putting the white pegs where the ships would go which isn't a big deal. #2 the letters and numbers on the upper and lower grid are incredibly hard to see. I fixed that with a strip of masking tape and wrote them on it in permanent marker. These adjustments took only a few minutes. In the end, it's a fun game. The pegs are sturdy and there are certainly plenty of them and they store inside the case along with the ships. We actually just finished playing a few rounds with the kids and when we were finished it was as simple as shutting the cases and putting them in the box. When you first get the game and open it, you will find inside the box the two cases, instructions for playing the game, a sticker sheet that has two "Battleship" stickers to put on the cases, a plastic grid that has the total of 10 ships (5 for each player) that you simply twist to take apart from the grid and a bag that contains all of the red and white pegs. You will need to split the pegs evenly between the two cases. After these initial steps you're ready to just open the cases to play and shut them to put them away. I gave this 4 stars just because of the minor adjustments, otherwise it's a great game. 4Million dollar company-- fix your cases!!!!My son has been asking for this game so I got it for him for his birthday. I debated getting the electronic one but after reading reviews decided not to.I used to love this game as a kid. But we all know that they just don't make anything the way they used to.The game itself is fun. But the actual product is terrible! The cases are so cheap and feel like they're going to break. And the worst thing-- they are NOT big enough. If you put all the pegs where they are supposed to go to store, it won't close. You have to take some out and put them somewhere else, or like we do, just put them in the middle of the case. Are you kidding me? You couldn't spend the extra pennies to make it big enough? And even when you can close it, they never seem to close all the way. Which means I can't even throw away the box and just store the cases, unless you put them in a Ziploc bag or something. Otherwise, I am sure you will lose the pieces or have a mess after they open and spill. So disappointing! 3Classic game that's fun for all agesWhat's fun about this game is that no one has an advantage, so it's fun for adults to play with kids because the adult doesn't have to "let" the kid win - you've honestly both got the same odds of finding the other player's 5 ships. This was always one of my favorite games growing up and I still love it - I'll gladly play anytime one of the kids asks me. I've read many reviews complaining about the pegs falling out of the grids. My kids and I have played this game dozens of times in the month that we've owned it and we don't have this problem at all. 5SO LOW QUALITYSame Great game from when we wer kids but the quality is SO CHEAP now. Flimsy plastic; the vertical grid and pegs keep falling out. Try to look for the original from an antique store, I guess. 2Yet another fine example of style being favored over utility.The "new" design of this classic game is terrible. When all of the pieces are counted out and placed in their respective reservoirs the plastic top barely clasps down (see photos). What was wrong with the classic design hasbro? Some genius marketing whiz at HQ think battleship needed a facelift? The left side of the board has neat little spots to place the ships. This is a moot point however because if you move the unit at all they fall right out of their designated places, which begs the question: why bother? Obviously the game plays just fine but I cant reccommend this poorly designed version. 2Pretty flimsy with bad pegsBattleship is a fun game for anyone of any age.I loved playing this game with my Dad and cousins, when I was growing up.I bought this for my son, because sadly I didn't keep my old set.This is not as sturdy as the sets sold in the 1980s.And I feel like they are smaller too.If you keep your board still, on a table, then the pegs are fine.But if you put it on your lap on a sofa or comfy chair,and tilt it AT ALL, in any way, the pegs will fall right out.The problem with that? Now you might have to start all over with your guesses.The pegs don't always want to stay in the ships either.The price is right, but the boards are too cheap and flimsy, the pegsare terrible. 3Letters and Numbers extremely hard to readI am thoroughly disappointed with this "new" version of the classic Battleship game. Each player's "board" includes the standard pieces -- ships and pegs. But the left hand column of letters and top row of numbers are very hard to distinguish from their background. The numbers / letters are imprinted into the the plastic material, so it is difficult to play the game without light aimed directly at each board. The 2 boards are cheap and flimsy; the top vertical piece in one of the boards seems to repeatedly slip out of place. 1Like I remember!Was worried about buying this based on other reviews, but went ahead and went for it since my 6 1/2 year old son loves the travel version so much (which is terrible because you can't mark which spots on your ships have been hit). Honestly, although maybe a touch smaller than the old 1980's version, it's very similar. We haven't had issues with pegs falling out. The ships can pop out of place if you knock into the board, but if you keep it on the floor or a table, no worries. My son is already enjoying having a much better way to play this game! 4Couple problems, couple solutionsI've never won a single game and I continue to play, that should tell you how much I enjoy this game. I had a set when I was a kid and purchased this because it came with the individual battle packs like the old ones and who doesn't love a little nostalgia? The packs aren't exactly perfect, but I did have the high expectations. Below I listed my top complaints and simple ways to fix them so I have nothing to complain about:PROBLEMS:1. The packs have holes in the bottom so your cheater opponent can see where your ships are from the shadows2. The pack hinges are loose so it will stay up, but if you bump it say goodbye to all your naval intelligence for that round (pegs fall right out)3. The coordinate labels are the same color as the rest of the board and that makes it very hard to readSOLUTIONS1. Set your pack down, do not hold it in the air2. Sit a considerable distance away from your opponent so you do not feel the need to shield your board and risk dislodging your progress3. Play with ample table or natural lighting 4
Battleship Game

Battleship Game

4.5
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Regular price
£37.00
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£37.00
Regular price
£60.00
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Unit price
per 
Save 38% (£23.00)