Paradox Interactive’s press release for Leviathan: Warships—a strategic, turn-based, cross-platform game developed by Pieces Interactive—has many nautical puns. I will spare you that agony, and just give you the what’s what, the most of important of which is that the game is now available for Mac and PC. iPad and Android tablet versions will arrive May 2nd.
It’s also important that you know what the game is. It’s this:
In Leviathan: Warships, players will choose from a wide array of ship and weapon types to go completely overboard with personalized fleets, fighting battles in a unique blend of action and turn-based gameplay. Captains can take their time to plot out their turn, assigning moves and attacks to their ships, and blast the hull out of their foes as the moves play out simultaneously. With Leviathan: Warships, Paradox puts the sea in the cloud, allowing players to start a session from their tablet and continue their cloud-saved skirmish from their computer, challenging foes on any available device.
Personally, I find it important to see games in action. For that purpose, Paradox has given us this.
And finally, prices are useful. Leviathan: Warships costs $9.99 on PC and Mac, while the tablet versions will run $4.99 each.
For more information, visit www.leviathanwarships.com. Regarding exposure to ship puns, you’re on your own past this point.