Victory At Sea is a Second World War Naval Combat Game

Available on Desktop Now and Mobile Autumn 2014.

 

 

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WW2 Naval Warfare is here!

This blog is where we will show you latest news and behind the scenes info about the making of Victory at Sea Game developed by Evil Twin Artworks.

Victory at Sea is an epic  take on World War Two naval combat games. It brings a fresh challenge to real time strategy war gaming by allowing the players to develop their own story with an open sandbox mechanic and three theatres of war.

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Captain Portraits

Captain Portraits

Meet some of the Captains of Victory At Sea! We felt it was important to give a face to the men behind the ships in the game. We experimented with several styles of Captain portraits for Victory at Sea, initially we focused on a more realistic…

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Play As The German Navy in Victory at Sea Update 1.2

Play As The German Navy in Victory at Sea Update 1.2

Victory at Sea Update 1.2: The German Kriegsmarine Navy The next major update for the TIGA Award winning game, Victory At Sea is on the horizon. Since launch one the most requested features has been to play the campaign as the Axis powers. With this update…

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Victory At Sea wins a top prize at the 2014 TIGA Awards

Victory At Sea wins a top prize at the 2014 TIGA Awards

Victory At Sea is now an award winning game! Last night at the 2014 UK Games Industry TIGA Awards in London, Victory at Sea won Best Action/Adventure by a Small Studio. We just want to say a big thank you to all our players and supporters…

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Play As The Imperial Japanese Navy in Victory at Sea Update 1.1

Play As The Imperial Japanese Navy in Victory at Sea Update 1.1

Victory at Sea Update 1.1: The Imperial Japanese Navy It’s been almost three months since we launched and we’ve really been amazed with the great response we’ve had so far to Victory at Sea. I’d like to thank our community who have been immensely helpful…

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Richelieu – Battleship

Richelieu – Battleship

Take Helm of the Deadly Richelieu! After being constructed for the French Navy, the Richelieu warship fought on both sides of the war. Having been constructed in Brest France, the Richelieu fought first for the French Vichy Regime, where it helped to stop allied forces taking control…

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Victory At Sea has been shortlisted for TIGA game of the year

Victory At Sea has been shortlisted for TIGA game of the year

Victory At Sea has been shortlisted for the 2014 TIGA Awards’ Game of the Year. To get the game to the final Awards show we need votes! If you want to support us please follow the link, tick Evil Twin Artworks – Victory at Sea and then…

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Littorio – Ships of Victory at Sea

Littorio – Ships of Victory at Sea

Take Command of the Mighty Littorio Battleship! After being constructed for the Italian Regia Marina, the Littorio went on to play important roles in a number of separate battles for its country. Built in Genova-Sestri Ponente Italy, the Littorio took part in as many as 46…

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Another Great Review for our World War 2 game

Another Great Review for our World War 2 game

As far as support for our World War 2 game goes we are more than happy with the user feedback so far and it’s always nice to see some great reviews from the press too! On our Steam page there are some nice “Lets play”…

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Unusual Inventions of World War 2

Unusual Inventions of World War 2

Two Unusual Inventions of World War 2.   While creating our game Victory At Sea set in World War 2, we have researched a wide variety of the weapons of war. While many types are in game we felt that some while not suitable for the…

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Victory Ship

Victory Ship

Introducing The Unwavering Victory Ship! Having been built for the U.S. Navy, the Victory Ships served their country in various forms. Constructed in six separate locations across the United States, a total of over five-hundred Victory Ships were produced before the war was out. Over…

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