A variation on the classic game of battleships. You have to find the vessels in the grid. Some squares in the grid have already been filled in. The numbers to the left and top of the grid indicate the number of squares in that row or column that contain part of a vessel. The vessels may be positioned horizontally or vertically, but no two vessels may be positioned in adjacent squares - horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
How to play Battleships:
Click on any of the undecided squares to change the colour. A grey colour indicates that the square contains a vessel and a blue colour indicates that the square just contains sea.
To help you solve the puzzle, some squares already contain images that show what they contain. The possible images and their meanings are described below.
|The end of a vessel - so the adjacent square to the left of this square must also be a vessel.|
|The end of a vessel - so the adjacent square to the right of this square must also be a vessel.|
|The end of a vessel - so the adjacent square below this square must also be a vessel.|
|The end of a vessel - so the adjacent square above this square must also be a vessel.|
|The body of a vessel - so two of the adjacent squares must also be a vessel.|
|A whole vessel - so none of the adjacent squares can also be a vessel.|
|Just sea - so it does not contain a vessel.|
If you like Battleships you might enjoy Minesweeper and Hitori or any of our other grid-based puzzles.