Lincoln Aircraft Carrier
Enterprise Aircraft Carrier
Tactics ASW AAW
Assault Ships - LHA/LHD/LHA(R)
World War 2 Edition
World War 2
( Size: 7 MB )
Game - WW2 Naval Strategy: the best choice among
aircraft carrier games, cruiser games and
submarine and battleship games.
Missions and Scenarios:
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Target Los Angeles
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Imperial Navy I
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Clear West Coast
Fall Of Australia
Battle For Leyte
Conquer Of Japan
Road To Okinawa
Prince Of Wales
Conquer Of Italy
Heavy Cruiser Game
Drang Nach Ost
Sir John Tovey
Free Hunt Andrews
Germans On Pacific
Return To Midway
Kriegsmarine Game II
Royal Air Force Game
F. Hunt Lancaster
Free Hunt USN
Free Hunt Japan
Free Hunt RAAF
Free Hunt U Boat Game
Free Hunt Aircraft Carriers Game
Free Hunt Hawaii
Free Hunt Yamato Game
Free Hunt Iwo Jima Game
Free Hunt Pacific Game
Free Hunt Torpedos
Free Hunt Convoy
Free Hunt Germany
Free Hunt Germany II
Free Hunt Italy
Free Hunt Malaya
Free Hunt Subs Game
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Free Hunt USN 1944
Cruisers - CG
Description: Large combat
vessel with multiple target response capability.
Features: Modern U. S. Navy
guided missile cruisers perform primarily in a Battle
Force role. These ships are multi-mission [Air Warfare
(AW), Undersea Warfare (USW), and Surface Warfare (SUW)]
surface combatants capable of supporting carrier battle
groups, amphibious forces, or of operating independently
and as flagships of surface action groups. Cruisers are
equipped with Tomahawk cruise missiles giving
them additional long range strike mission capability.
advances in the Standard Missile coupled with the
AEGIS combat system in the Ticonderoga class
cruisers have increased the AAW capability of surface
combatants to pinpoint accuracy from wave-top to zenith.
The addition of Tomahawk in the CG-47 has vastly
complicated unit target planning for any potential enemy
and returned an offensive strike role to the surface
forces that seemed to have been lost to air power at
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Travel around the world and set up espionage
game, trade with state secrets, weapon systems,
spy codes, WMD, hire secretaries, agents, lawyers
and soldiers, establish secret agent stations,
cells and bases and search for criminals and
politicians. Involve in agent game. Game contains
more than 40 missions including Nuclear Game,
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Prime Minister, RAF, Bin Laden, Sadam, KGB,
Cruisers General Characteristics, Ticonderoga
Ingalls Shipbuilding: CG 47-50, CG 52-57, 59, 62, 65-66,
Bath Iron Works: CG 51, 58, 60-61, 63-64, 67, 70.
Power Plant:4 General Electric LM 2500 gas turbine
engines; 2 shafts, 80,000 shaft horsepower total.
SPY-1 Radar and Combat System Integrator: Lockheed
Length: 567 feet
Beam: 55 feet
Displacement: 9,600 tons (9,754.06 metric tons)
Speed: 30 plus knots
Aircraft: Two SH-2 Seasprite (LAMPS) in CG
47-48; Two SH-60 Sea Hawk (LAMPS III)
Cost: About $1 billion each
USS Ticonderoga Cruiser (CG 47), Pascagoula,
USS Yorktown Cruiser (CG 48), Pascagoula, Miss.
USS Vincennes Cruiser (CG 49), Yokosuka, Japan
USS Valley Forge Cruiser (CG 50), San Diego, Calif.
USS Thomas S. Gates Cruiser (CG 51), Pascagoula, Miss.
USS Bunker Hill Cruiser (CG 52), San Diego, Calif.
USS Mobile Bay Cruiser (CG 53), San Diego, Calif.
USS Antietam Cruiser (CG 54), San Diego, Calif.
USS Leyte Gulf Cruiser (CG 55), Norfolk, Va.
USS San Jacinto Cruiser (CG 56), Norfolk, Va.
USS Lake Champlain Cruiser (CG 57), San Diego, Calif.
USS Philippine Sea Cruiser (CG 58), Mayport, Fla.
USS Princeton Cruiser (CG 59), San Diego, Calif.
USS Normandy Cruiser (CG 60), Norfolk, Va.
USS Monterey Cruiser (CG 61), Norfolk, Va.
USS Chancellorsville Cruiser (CG 62), Yokosuka, Japan
USS Cowpens Cruiser (CG 63), Yokosuka, Japan
USS Gettysburg Cruiser (CG 64), Mayport, Fla.
USS Chosin Cruiser (CG 65), Pearl Harbor, HI
USS Hue City Cruiser (CG 66), Mayport, Fla.
USS Shiloh Cruiser (CG 67), San Diego, Calif.
USS Anzio Cruiser (CG 68), Norfolk, Va.
USS Vicksburg Cruiser (CG 69), Mayport, Fla.
USS Lake ErieCruiser (CG 70), Pearl Harbor, HI
USS Cape St. George Cruiser (CG 71), Norfolk, Va.
USS Vella Gulf Cruiser (CG 72), Norfolk, Va.
USS Port Royal Cruiser (CG 73), Pearl Harbor, HI
Crew: 24 Officers, 340 Enlisted
Armament: MK26 missile launcher (CG 47 thru CG 51)
Standard Missile (MR) or MK41 vertical launching
system (CG 52 thru CG 73) Standard Missile (MR);
Vertical Launch ASROC (VLA) Missile; Tomahawk
Cruise Missile; Six MK-46 torpedoes (from two triple
mounts); Two MK 45 5-inch/54 caliber lightweight guns;
Two Phalanx close-in-weapons systems
Date Deployed: 22 January 1983 (USS Ticonderoga)
The US Navy's Cruiser Gap
Prior to the introduction of the Ticonderogas, the US
Navy used odd naming conventions that left its fleet
seemingly without many cruisers, although a number of
their ships were cruisers in all but name. From the 1950s
to the 1970s, US Navy "cruisers" were large
vessels equipped with heavy offensive missiles (including
the Regulus nuclear cruise missile) for wide-ranging
combat against land-based and sea-based targets. All save
one USS Long Beach (CGN-9) were converted
from World War II Chicago, Baltimore and Cleveland class
cruisers. "Frigates" under this scheme were
almost as large as the cruisers and optimized for
anti-aircraft warfare, although they were capable
anti-surface warfare combatants as well. In the late
1960s, the US government perceived a "cruiser
gap" at the time, the US Navy possessed six
ships designated as "cruisers", compared to 19
for the Soviet Union, even though the USN possessed at
the time 21 "frigates" with equal or superior
capabilities to the Soviet cruisers because of
this, in 1975 the Navy performed a massive redesignation
of its forces:
* CVA/CVAN were redesignated CV/CVN (although USS Midway
(CV-41) and USS Coral Sea (CV-43) never embarked
* DLG/DLGN (Frigate/Nuclear-powered Frigate) were
redesignated CG/CGN (Guided Missile
Cruiser/Nuclear-powered Guided Missile Cruiser).
* Farragut-class guided missile frigates (DLG), being
smaller and less capable than the others, were
redesignated to DDGs (USS Coontz was the first ship of
this class to be re-numbered; because of this the class
is sometimes called the Coontz class);
* DE/DEG (Ocean Escort/Guided Missile Ocean Escort) were
redesignated to FF/FFG (Guided Missile Frigates),
bringing the US "Frigate" designation into line
with the rest of the world.
Also, a series of Patrol Frigates of the Oliver Hazard
Perry-class, originally designated PFG, were redesignated
into the FFG line. The cruiser-destroyer-frigate
realignment and the deletion of the Ocean Escort type
brought the US Navy's ship designations into line with
the rest of the world's, eliminating confusion with
foreign navies. In 1980, the Navy's then-building DDG-47
class destroyers were redesignated as cruisers (CG-47
Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser) to emphasize
the additional capability provided by the ships' Aegis
Credit: US Navy
cruiser was not a type of ship but a warship role.
Cruisers were shipsoften frigates or smaller
vesselswhich were assigned a role largely
independent from the fleet. Typically this might involve
missions such as raiding enemy merchant shipping. In the
late 19th century the term 'cruiser' came to mean ships
designed to fulfill such a role, and from the 1890s to
the 1950s a 'cruiser' was a warship larger than a
destroyer but smaller than a battleship.
naval game, extension to the classic
Submarine game (Battleship game) where
ships/planes/subs can move. Contains plenty of
game missions, game campaigns and 40 ship,
submarine, airplane ana port artillery types,
with combat maps up to 96X96 large.
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a business fashion management game.
You'll build your multinational fashion company,
destroy competition, hire employees, fashion
models and businessman, establish company
objects, run fashion shows and brand campaigns.
There is a more than 30 missions with different
game objectives. You can hire more than 100
fashion models, directors, brand experts,
strategy game represents World War 4
conflict on tactical level.
The user-friendly game engine allows more than 60
unit types, including planet battleships, galaxy
cruisers, death-stars, stealth units, star
destroyers, air-space interceptors, explorers,
planet artillery and radars.
Game - build your own world business empire as an
arms dealer tycoon. Travel around the world,
trade with more than 400 weapon systems, hire
secretaries, bodyguards, lawyers, fighters and
tanks, establish companies and search for
criminals and hostages.
much of 19th century and the first half of the 20th, the
cruiser was a navy's long-range "force
projection" weapon, while the larger ships stayed
nearer to home. Their main role was to attack enemy
merchant vessels, so much so that this task came to be
called cruiser warfare. Other roles included
reconnaissance, and cruisers were often attached to the
battlefleet. In the later 20th century, the decline of
the battleship left the cruiser as the largest and most
powerful surface combatant. However, the role of the
cruiser increasingly became one of providing air defence
for a fleet, rather than independent cruiser warfare. At
the beginning of the 21st century, cruisers were the
heaviest surface combatant ships in use, with only five
nations (the United States, Russia, France, Italy and
Peru) operating these at the time. Following the Italian
Navy's 2003 decommissioning of Vittorio Veneto (550),
only four nations currently operate cruisers.