Fredericksburg, Texas (PRWEB) December 08, 2014
Capital J Media, makers of Battle Fleet 2 will be donating 50% of download proceeds of their game to the National Museum of the Pacific War and Admiral Nimitz Foundation. If you download the popular naval strategy game on Ipad, Mac, Android, PC between December 7th and December 9th the a portion of your purchase will go to help the National Museum of the Pacific War continue their mission of "Inspiring our youth, by honoring our heroes".
In Battle Fleet 2 the player controls the angle and power of their guns and the movement of the ship in glorious turn based strategy format. In addition to improved graphics and mechanics, an entire campaign mode has been added and the combat system has been improved to track each individual shell's height and hit location, allowing you to shoot over terrain or potentially target individual components of an enemy ship. Find out more at http://www.battlefleetgame.com/.
Battle Fleet 2 is the radically improved sequel to the original and has kept the “Worms” / “Scorched Earth” style angle+power mechanic, but now features full 3D modeling of terrain, ships, and ship hit locations. Hit the the engines and cripple the enemy's maneuverability, or aim for the command center and disable the ship for an entire turn. Ships are more realistic in which weapon compliments they can carry, and ship control is more intuitive. Battle Fleet 2 also now features Fog of War, allowing for stealth tactics and surprise attacks to be a viable strategy as well as adding the importance of using ships and aircraft for recon as well as attacks. With a full featured campaign and a variety of single play scenarios, Battle Fleet 2 will keep even the saltiest of sea-dogs satisfied.
"We are so happy to team up with a company like this and have a new way to reach a younger audience", Brandon Vinyard Director of Marketing for the National Museum of the Pacific War said.
If you would like to purchase the game you can do so here http://www.battlefleetgame.com/.
The National Museum of the Pacific War is a Texas Historical Commission Property, managed by the Admiral Nimitz Foundation