Battle Bay for iOS
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Battle Bay

May 3, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Rovio
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Face off against real opponents and own the waves in real-time team battles. A real-time multiplayer battle arena in your pocket. Choose a ship, slap some guns on it and take to the waves with your fleet of teammates to trounce live opponents in five-on-five PvP contests of seafaring strategy and firepower. Smile and wave goodbye to your enemies! Mobile Multiplayer Mayhem: The thrilling competitive fun of a team battle arena, right on your mobile device. Join a fleet of allies and take on competitors the world over in bite-sized battles among the rolling waves – all while you wait for the bus.

Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
7.97
Campbell BirdMay 04, 2017
Battle Bay avoids feeling like a simple clone of World of Tanks by being a better game. It's colorful, varied, and simultaneously more accessible and strategic than Wargaming's tank battler. Sure, Battle Bay may not be a completely new idea, and the free-to-play-ness of it might be a touch overdone, but it's still a blast.
Nick TylwalkMay 09, 2017
As unexpected surprises go, Battle Bay ranks right up there near the top. It’s definitely not the game one would expect from Rovio, yet it manages to take what other companies have done in the multiplayer PvP space and build out from there with its own unique twists. It’s going to sink or swim on its player community, but it’s absolutely worth a try to see if it gets your competitive juices flowing.
Oliver ThulinMay 13, 2017
Nothing about Battle Bay stands out. It's not engaging enough or fun enough to extend beyond your visit to the bathroom, but it's not dull or boring enough to leave us angry. We've played lesser games on mobile, but then again we've played lots of better games too. Simply put, this is middle of the road stuff. Utterly forgettable, and we doubt we'll even remember playing this game six months from now.

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