Niche Spotlight – War on the Sea

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War on the Sea

Today’s Niche Spotlight is War on the Sea, a real-time naval combat strategy game by Killerfish Games.

War on the Sea allows players to command ships, submarines, and aircraft in the South Pacific during WWII. Experience a dynamic campaign based on real engagements as either the Allied forces or Japan.

Amass a fleet using over 50 real vessels and aircraft from WWII as you engage in strategic naval battles with realistic damage models. Rush to issue crucial repair orders to keep your ships afloat in the heat of battle while still fending off enemy forces.

You can find the release trailer below.


War on the Sea is available on Windows PC, and Mac via Steam for $39.99 USD.

You can find the rundown (via Steam) below:

1942: The world is at war
The Japanese Empire expands throughout the Pacific where Allied forces attempt to halt its spread. A desperate struggle for control of the Solomon Islands is now underway.

How will you protect your transports as they deliver troops and supplies in the South Pacific? Will you deploy precious aircraft carriers to provide air cover? Do you screen the area with submarines? Or attempt to lure the enemy navy into a decisive surface engagement?

Major Features:

  • Real time naval combat
  • Theatrical external-view game play
  • Play as Allied Forces or Imperial Japan
  • Over 50 classes of playable ships
  • Dynamic campaign
  • Tactical control of aircraft (not a flight simulator)
  • Fight fires, counter flood compartments and repair ships
  • Sink ships using realistic buoyancy physics
  • Historical missions based on actual naval engagements

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Image: Steam

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