"It really has too much detail and logic to be dismissed as an arcade game."
- Neal Stevens, subsim.com
"One of six games you should have played in 2013 (but probably didn't)."
- Owen Faraday, pockettactics.com
Pacific Fleet is turn based game set upon a detailed simulation depicting naval warfare during World War II.
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- All new graphics depict the greatest war at sea in stunning full 3D
- Historically based ships, aircraft, weapons and dozens of ship upgrades
- A unique blend of deep strategic planning combined with quick tactical decisions
- Play as the US Pacific Fleet or Imperial Japanese Navy
- 90 combat zones to battle through on your way to victory
- Single Battle and Multiplayer Hotseat modes
- Complete 44 achievements
- Sink ships with realistic buoyancy physics, not with hit-point bars!
- Submarine warfare and carrier operations with dive bombing and torpedo bombers
- Dynamic weather, shore bombardments and night engagements
- Target specific ship subsystems to sink or cripple the enemy
- 17 playable ships
- 8 playable aircraft
- Random ship placement, wind, weather and night engagements make each play-through unique
- NO ADVERTISEMENTS. NO IN APPS. ONE PRICE = FULL GAME.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great graphics but dumb gameplay
I love naval combat simulators - realistic ones.
Firstly, the graphics and models in this game are excellent. Normally I don’t care so much for the graphics, but when you get a magazine explosion and watch the target shower flames, smoke, then slowly heel up, capsize, and slide under the waves, you can’t help but watch. The attention to detail on the models, the way they flood and sink, different every time, is great.
Now the bad - the gameplay is easy, with no challenge at all. There are a few power ups and tactics which are unbeatable. Get radar, and you’ll almost never miss a shot. Hit the carriers first to put their flight deck out of action, and they’re defenceless. Combine those with the fact you have first shot, and there’s no question you’ll lose, it’s just how quickly you can win.
From the screenshots, it looks like the naval sim of your dreams. But in fact it’s a turn-based, max 3 ships a side, with dumb AI. The gameplay is disappointing.
But having said that, it’s a rewarding game to play, and easy to come back to. 4/5.
Play as a WWII Admiral
This is a brilliant game. You can play either a Japanese or US commander in the Pacific sea battles of WWII. Command submarines, aircraft carriers, destroyers, cruisers and the biggest battleships. There are 45 levels, and you go through the levels as either American or Japanese forces. There are three levels of difficulty. You can use Renown Points accumulated from each mission to buy upgrades for your ships and also newer larger ships. There are no extras to pay for, so when you buy the game there are no hidden costs.
I would highly recommend.
Ideas...sonar for hunting submarines, use of smoke to obscure ships, scout planes would be a gd idea, ranges of visibility - effected by the weather- night changing to day so aircraft carrier use can kick in...
Ideas for improvement
Could you please add a sight range so you can loose sight of and enemy, also could you add a Japanese type b class sub. I think you could also make an Atlantic fleet version which would have British ships and German ships.
Please please please make recon planes and so you can 'scout out' the enemy fleet (attach it to all the ships that have recon planes).
- Killerfish Games Pty Ltd
- 114 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © Killerfish Games Pty Ltd
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.