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You are the captain of the HMS Surprise. You have been given orders to intercept the French privateer, Acheron. Finding her in a heavy fog off of the Galapagos Islands, you engage her in battle. Have Fun!
Do you like to watch a ship duel in a movie, and also to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our online Engage and Destroy browser game right now.
Use Left and Right Arrow Keys to Move your Ship. Click Spacebar to fire. Make sure to fire your cannons just right so that they hit the other sailing ship before they hit you. In the lower left corner of the screen, you will find an indicator which shows how many cannons are loaded and ready to fire at any given time. You do not have to have all cannons loaded to fire, but neither does the Acheron. The health of each ship is displayed at the top of the screen. Your Shop and the Acheron sustain damage when hit by enemy fire. The first ship whose health bar reaches zero has lost the battle. Defeat the Acheron and claim her prize of fall of her and claim a watery grave.
The song lyrics goes like this I am a soldier, I stand ready to deploy, engage and destroy my enemies, I am The God of War... Engage and destroy was also the main title song of the JAG TV series.It was Composed and Conducted by Bruce Broughton
The word engage can have several meanings: 1. To obtain or contract for the services of; employ: engage a carpenter, 2. To arrange for the use of; reserve: engage a room. See Synonyms at book, 3. To pledge or promise, especially to marry, 4. To attract and hold the attention of; engross: a hobby that engaged her for hours at a time, 5. To win over or attract: His smile engages everyone he meets, 6. To draw into; involve: engage a shy person in conversation, 7. To require the use of; occupy: Studying engages most of my time, and 8. To enter or bring into conflict with: We have engaged the enemy.
The word destroy can have several meanings: 1. To ruin completely; spoil: The ancient manuscripts were destroyed by fire, 2. To tear down or break up; demolish. See Synonyms at ruin, 3. To do away with; put an end to: "In crowded populations, poverty destroys the possibility of cleanliness" (George Bernard Shaw), 4. To kill: destroy a rabid dog, and 5. To subdue or defeat completely; crush: The rebel forces were destroyed in battle