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Admirals Chess

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Admirals Chess is a strategy game for 2 players from 12 years and up. Each player starts with 15 ships, 4 airplanes and 10 bases, each cast in high quality metal. Range and rank are fixed for each ship type. The goal of the game is to sink the enemies fleet completely. You win if the enemy has no ship left that could sink your strongest ship, no matter how many aircraft of bases he still has. This game was originally designed in Germany and comes with translated rules.

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