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How to play: This is a simple game for two.
There is a field (10x10 squares) where each player places 10 ships of predefined size.
To win the game you have to sink all the enemy's ships first.
The opponents cannot see each other's fields.
The players shoot in turns, the player who damage his enemy's ship has the right for extra shot.
Each ship occupies a certain number of squares of the field, and can be places anywhere either vertically or horizontally without touching other ships.
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