Excellent value for money this is an extension of the system used in the Biplane Barmy rules.
In my humble opinion I feel that it is better suited to the Napoleonic Naval period than the WWI aerial period.
The game is played on a square gridded tabletop. Each ship has a choice of up to 20 movement options (depending on ship type and wind direction). As ships are hit the number of movement options decrease.
Combat is by use of rolling a number of D6 which represents the ships firepower. Roll greater than the range to hit and damage is taken from the movement options or the number of dice used for firepower.
The rules are ideal for multiplayer games or at conventions.
If you are looking for naval simulation forget them but if you are looking for a little fun on a gaming night these are value for money. They come with numerous cardboard stand up ships which you can use if you don't own any metal ones. A cheap way to try the period.
Again some people may think that use of a square gridded board instead of a hex gridded board is not so good. Maybe but these are a beer and pretzel type game.
<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: Well produced nice artwork.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: No complaints<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Excellent<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Very Satisfied<br>