I like to ask few questions about this game:
1) How complex is it?
2) How long does it take to play?
3) How many scenarios are there?
4) What areas does it cover? (Europe, Pacific, etc.)
5) How does it compare to games like Second World War at Sea series from Avalanche Press or Royal Navy from Quarter Deck?
6) Is it nice game (i think counters, maps, etc.)?
Thank you in advance
Not very complex but has some interesting concepts.
Depends on the scenario, small ones say 1hr, larger ones call it 2hrs, huge scenarios up to 3hrs max I would say
12-13 scenarios per game, you can design your own easily though
Certainly all of the major navies are included, Pacific, Med, and Atlantic battles are included but again, you can design your own
Can be used to play GWAS battles created while playing that game with some adjustments. You could also use the formation, movement, and fleet fatigue rules from the game to make the GWAS battles more realistic. It would be really good for that. Royal Navy is a bit more detailed I would say when it comes to the ships. Don't have much experience with it though. GWAS/SWWAS gets played a lot.
The maps are OK (just hexes with some overlays for islands). The counters are nice but the printing is really small and sometimes hard to read. Thankfully, they have charts you can use instead so you don't have to read the fine print so to speak.
I really like the game but the immunity zone concept as published makes it hard to play the game without some adjustment.