Battleship Solitaire

Find all the hidden ships by using the numbers on the board as clues.

Category: Puzzles

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## Game Content

Locate all the hidden battleships!

- Click on a cell to set the ship's part or water(drag to set continuously).
- The numbers indicates how many ship parts are in that row or column.
- The distance between ships must always be at least one cell, and they must not touch each other vertically, horizontally, or diagonally.
- The black icons indicate how many ships of each size are on the board.
- The game is completed when all ships are found and all cells are filled.

## Tutorial

1) Game start! Black icons indicate all ships hidden on the board.

2) Since there is not a ship part in the row/column with the number 0, fill all cells of them with water.

3) Since the ships cannot be in touch with each other, fill the left side of this ship with water.

4) This part is the tip of the ship, so right side to it is obviously a ship part.

5) To prevent this ship from touching other ships, fill the surrounding area with water.

6) This part is the tip of the ship, so left side to it is obviously a ship part.

7) To prevent this ship from touching other ships, fill the surrounding area with water.

8) Since the number in the second column is 1, no more ship parts can be placed in this column. So fill the empty cell with water.

9) The number in the third column is 2 and there is only one empty cell, so the empty cell is obviously a ship part.

10) The number in row 5 is 2 and two ship parts already are placed in the row. No more ship parts can be placed in this row, so fill all empty cells with water.

11) The number in the third row is 4 and two ship parts are placed. Since there are two empty cells, the empty cells are obviously ship parts.

12) Since the number in the fourth column is 2 and two ship parts are already placed, fill the empty cells with water.

13) The black icon shows that a ship of length 3 has not yet been found. There is only one place where a ship of this size can be placed, so place the ship part there.

14) Looking at the numbers in the first row, no more ship parts can be placed in this row, so fill all empty cells with water.

15) Looking at the numbers in column 5, no more ship parts can be placed in this column, so fill the empty cells with water.

16) From the numbers in the sixth column and sixth row, the last empty cell is clearly a ship. Now complete!

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