Here are the necessary links to take you sites that have
Multiplayer Naval types of games. Click Here to see user
submitted sites for this area. Note: Alpha or Beta denotes a game still
in testing; It also means, most likely, that the game is free during this time.
- Iron Wolves (BETA)
- Description: Iron Wolves is a graphical 3D
multiplayer real-time WWII Submarine simulator. Iron Wolves is a constantly developing
naval sim in which you will be are to command a U-Boat, Corvette, Tanker, or even a
Destroyer! Iron Wolves is quick to learn and fun to play.
- Harpoon Online
- Description: Man your battle stations. The
enemy fleet lurks hidden in the windswept sea. Harpoon Online puts you in command of a
deadly array of modern naval and air power. Play now and try to control the world's oceans
in this online naval war strategy game.
- Description: The exodus of humanity underseas
and discovery of a new strategically important mineral, Corium 276, brought about a new
geopolitical situation on the planet. Control over exploitation of Corium 276 would give
the controlling side the possibility to control others. Ocean depths became the arena for
unmerciful battles for the control over Corium 276, and control of the planet.
S.A.R.A.C. Project (DEVELOPMENT)
- Description: The SARAC Project is a
multiplayer game based around the economic and political machinations of several undersea
colonies located on the planet Amun. You're affiliated with the city of Passage and have
been hired by COMSET (Colonial Municipal Settlement) Resources to lay mines in a hostile
sector. On your way you are intercepted by an enemy convoy. Do you stand and fight or
complete the contract and get paid? Work with and against thousands of other sub pilots as
you accept more complicated and dangerous contracts, amass personal wealth and experience
and perhaps eventually begin your own undersea colony.
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