Enemy Waters : Submarine and Warship battles

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4.2
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About this game

Line up your submarine and launch a torpedo salvo. Send the Warship to the bottom of the sea

Enemy Waters is a cat and mouse game between submarines and ships. Command and Manoeuver your fleet as you face off against waves of pirate John’s warships. Conquer Seaports and Oil wells by defeating the enemy warships. Expand your influence and procure the best submarine or battleship to stand up to the ever increasing machinations of Pirate Little John

Ambush and destroy Pirate John’s convoys by laying the perfect trap. Expect no less from the dreaded pirate as you take the role of a captain and escort your own warship or submarine to safety

Sonar ping to identify underwater submarines and drop depth charges on them, before they unleash a torpedo salvo on your warship

As the captain, it is up to you whether to engage silent running on your submarine and sneak past Pirate john’s battleship, or get to its port or starboard side and unleash a torpedo right into the warship

Simulation grade controls will let you control the depth of your submarine

Simulation controls will also let you dive into deeper waters as you escape the depth charge from enemy warship

Deploy and battle warships and submarines from World war 2, Cold war era, and current times

Submarines:

Tench Class: Submarines built for the United States Navy. Also used by Brazilian, Turkish, and Pakistani navy. They saw combat in World war 2 and Bangladesh Liberation war

Oberon: Built for British Navy. Popular as museum submarine

DaphnÈ : Diesel electric submarines built in France for the French Navy. Primarily used for patrolling by French Navy. Has rear torpedo launch capabilities

Foxtrot : Foxtrot was the NATO reporting name. Built by the Soviet Union. Saw action during the 1971 war between India and Pakistan(Bangladesh liberation war of 1972) by the Indian Navy. Known to be exceptionally good at silent running

Kilo : Built by Soviet Navy. Kilo was the NATO reporting name. Operated by Russian Navy and Indian Navy. Saw action during the cold war period

Akula : First deployed by the USSR Navy and later Russian navy, Akula is nuclear powered. Operators are Russia and India(on lease). developed near the end of cold war

LosAngeles : Nuclear powered fast attack submarine of the United States Naval command. Improved silent running

Arihant : With nuclear powered ballistic missile capabilities, Arihant is developed for the Indian Naval forces. Has top mounted missiles

Yasen : Built to replace Russian soviet era fleet. Can launch missiles

Virginia : The most advanced sub ever built. They are expected to be in battle ready state till 2070

Ships:

Flower Class : Used as a warship during World War II, specifically with the British and French navies as anti-submarine convoy during the Battle of the Atlantic. Also served in Battleship escort role.

Evarts : Used by US Navy as destroyer and convoy escort roles during World war 2

Whitby : Frigate of the British Royal Navy, which entered service after the second World war

Commandant Riviere : Battleship built for the French Navy. Can perform overseas patrol in peacetime and anti-submarine escort in wartime

Petya : Petya was the NATO name for this warship. Designed for anti-submarine warfare in shallow waters. Operated by USSR(soviet navy, and later Russian navy), Indian navy , and Vietnamese navy during the cold war. Still active in Vietnamese navy.

Leander : Battleship of the Royal British Navy for anti aircraft roles. Also operated by Indonesian navy and Pakistani navy

Espora : Warship of the Argentine Navy built in Argentina based on a German design

Braunschweig : Built by Germany. Under NATO command, this battle ready warship is built to perform littoral operations

Kamorta : Built for Indian Navy. Anti-submarine corvette with stealth capabilities. Possesses anti aircraft missiles and array sonars. Fought against Somali pirates
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Jan 5, 2020

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4.2
25.7K reviews
RampyMcStampy
July 30, 2020
I love this game! Great controls, pretty good realism (except for ships getting shot while beached and then flying a mile high). I just wish more people would do the multiplayer. Overall great. Also, please add more variety of missions. I'm always doing the same thing so it does get boring sometimes.
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A Google user
June 13, 2019
Overall, this game is okay, but every time I attempted to coordinate an attack, my vessels automatically went to the nearest target rather than following the paths that I drew which ruins the fun and your performance. The graphics are good, and it's cool that real submarines and boats used in real life are in this game. The submarines should go deeper and there should be a second map of missions to add to the fun. A reason why this game is so unpopular is because of these slight flaws.
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Gamer Geeks
September 23, 2021
Enemy waters, I remember playing this game 3 years ago, just reinstalled and played again, it's the same as It was before, this game lives to what it shows and is actually fun! Please try making an update on graphics, and on the ships itself, please also make an open world feature with quests and stuff! Enemy waters has so much potential and I genuinely love it!!!
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What's new

* Changes to multiplayer matchmaking default options
* Few game balance improvements