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About this game
Developer: Ultimate Games S.A.
Content Rating: Everyone
Participate in the extraction of large-scale marine facilities from the bottom of the sea, in the transport and assembly of large offshore installations, as well as in rescue and transport missions. In a special game mode, you will take direct control of crew members and appropriate accessories (e.g. fire extinguishers, fire hoses, water cannons, inflatable boats, searchlights) to defend the ship against pirate attacks, put out a fire or pick out survivors.
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The truth is, I absolutely hated Ships, and if I weren’t playing it to review, I would have stopped playing it after about 10 minutes. While I understand I’m not the target market, I just can’t see anyone finding enjoyment out of this game. The only thing that I really enjoyed about it was the graphics; that water doesn’t look too shabby if you ask me. Other than that, there is no reason to play Ships. Surely there have to be better simulators on the Switch. Dull, repetitive, boring, and glitchy, are just a few words Iâd use to describe Ships. Steer clear of this one
It is hard to find reasons to praise Ships. It tries to provide a variety of missions surrounding the ‘ship’ thematic, but its simplistic controls, slow-paced progression, repetitive missions, and subpar graphics makes it one of the worst simulation games available on Switch.
Talvez haja mercado para este género de jogo mas pelo que se encontra aqui em Ships, mais vale atirar moedas a uma fonte e desejar por jogos de jeito. Ainda assim, quem quiser um bom simulador ligado ao meio aquático tem o Megaquarium, já analisado aqui anteriormente.