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Battleship: The Review Game

Download game fonts HERE and HERE

Game Features

  • Gameplay based on the actual Battleship board game

  • Two versions of the game included, a 2-team version and a 4-team version

  • Exciting sound effects to bring the game to life

  • Editable game board, so you can play multiple times

How to Play

  • Each team has three (4-team version) or five (2-team version) battleships of different lengths hidden on the game board.

  • A student/team chooses a letter and answers the question or completes the task on the corresponding slide.

  • If they get it correct, the teacher will take them to a reward page where they will be shown one to five missiles to fire at other teams.

  • The teacher will then go back to the game board where the student/team can choose which tiles they want to fire their missiles at. To choose a tile they will say a letter and number (ex. F3).

  • The teacher will click the tile(s) they choose to reveal if it was a hit or miss.

  • Once all missiles are fired, the teacher goes back to the question-choosing slide and the next team has their turn.

  • The last student/team with battleships on the board or with the least amount of hits at the end of the game wins.

  • Further instructions on how to play and edit the game can be found in the notes section of each slide.

Variations

  • I have no variations for this game at this time. If you played it a different way in your class and      would like to share, I would be happy to hear from you in the comments below! :)

Runtime

(based on experiences from me and other teachers)

  • Time: 40min; Students: 12; Finished: No


  • Time: 35min; Students: 28; Finished: No (did not finish the game, AKA sink all the other teams battleships, so just went off who had the most hits)


If you had a different experience playing this game and would like to submit your own runtime feedback, please use the form below.

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