Review Submarine Attack!
Battleship with using mines, missiles and torpedoes
Author: Evgenii Kostrov
Date: 15 Apr 2017, tested on Nokia Lumia 920
Submarine Attack! is a nice arcade game of the category of time-killers which can be run at every free moment and left it without compunction when the situation requires. Surely, you have already realized that the game will be about fighting and not on land but on water or even under water. At your disposal there will be a real submarine which is capable of carrying in its bosom a certain amount of deep mines, missiles for air defense (which, by the way, are successfully applied to eliminate the enemy's Navy) and, of course, torpedoes.
Game featuresThe space in which the fighting will unfold, is limited by the edges of the screen, and you won't be able to go beyond these frames at all desire. You shouldn't throw your cap over the mill in the first level already for one simple reason - the missiles, mines and torpedoes tend to come to an end and they will have to be bought for money earned in the fight. Honestly speaking, the earnings obtained are fairly modest, so it is advisable to expend ammunition very sparingly.
Events developmentYou will be attacked from almost all sides, and the more you delay the destruction of the enemy, the more problems you get as a result. That's because, for example, the enemy submarines are capable of not only torpedoing your submarine, but also of leaving after it surprises in the form of deep mines. That is, your vessel may suffer from the enemy even after you destroy it, if you're not careful. In a short time, on the water surface there will come warships, they will begin to drop in the water another type of mines or homing torpedoes that will self-destruct after a while, if you manage to float away from them.
It will take some more time for helicopters and planes appear over the water that will shoot at you from the air. However, they will use the same homing missiles and deep underwater mines. With every minute it is getting hotter in the sea, and it will grow more difficult to maneuver among a large number of mines, torpedoes and missiles. The hardest thing in the game is that you have to destroy all enemy vehicles but not to survive in the fighting for some time.
ResumeThat is, if you run out of ammunition and there is still enemy's equipment in the sea or above it, you can safely send the submarine to the nearest mine and begin to re-pass the level out of the chute. Controlling of the game is carried out by using a multi-positional joystick responsible for immersion, emersion, and direction of movement of the virtual buttons designed to activate one or another weapon. The graphics and sound in the game are quite modest, but for a time-killer it is quite enough.