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Watch the wind, and fire your boats cannon to hit the enemy. Each warship takes turns firing at the other with canons. Have Fun!
Do you have some interest in naval warfare, and do you also like to play a free flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Naval Battle browser game right now.
Hold down your mouse on the blinking yellow button until your target is locked and then press left click button to fire.
Mankind has fought naval warfare more than 3,000 years. Land navigation, until the advent of extensive railroads was extremely dependent upon river systems and canals. The latter were crucial in the development of the modern world in the United Kingdom, the Low Countries and northern Germany, for they enabled the bulk movement of goods and raw materials without which the Industrial Revolution would not have occurred. Prior to 1750, things moved by barge or sea, or not much at all. Thus armies, with their exorbitant needs for food, ammunition and fodder, were tied to the river valleys throughout the ages.
In ancient China, the first known naval battle took place during the Warring States period (481-221 BCE) when vassal lords battled against one another. Chinese naval warfare in this ancient period featured grapple-and-hook, as well as ramming tactics with naval ships called Stomach Strikers and Colliding Swoopers. It was written in the Han Dynasty that the people of the Warring States era had employed chuan ge ships (dagger-axe ships, or halberd ships), thought to be a simple description of ships manned by marines carrying dagger-axe halberds as personal weapons. One of the most significant inventions in medieval naval warfare was the torpedo, invented in Syria by the Arab inventor Hasan al-Rammah in 1275. His torpedo ran on water with a rocket system filled with explosive gunpowder materials and had three firing points. It was a very effective weapon against naval ships. The Falklands War was a unique conflict and at the present time, large naval wars are seldom seen affairs as modern day warfare evolves further from warships, which have existed for centuries, to reliance on new technologies such as military aircraft and land warfare. The main function of the modern navy is to exploit its control of the seaways to project power ashore.