Megnet is neither too strong nor too weak, perfect! The pieces look like metal and the weighting (with magnets) gives them a feel more like metal than plastic. It’s compact when folded, but you can still see the pieces/squares with clarity.
For infrequent travel use it seems pretty ok. Very well made and quick on the shipping. Affordable price and good quality product.
This is not just an awesome little travel set, but the algebraic markings make it great for propping up in bed at night and studying from the vast wealth of youtube tutorials. Its nice and portable.
The magnets are not very strong, either. The pieces should be molded with more shallow depressions for the magnets. The colors are practically indistinguishable! It does not work correctly--there is something wrong with the electronics.
Bought this for my grandsons for easter. Good deal for the cost. Even my 7yr old is able to do it!
It seams like a weird change to make, but it is the same game as it has always been. Lots of automatic configurations so you don't have to do it manually. Even in solo mode it works so well! Sounds and voice commands are really nifty when playing.
The game does not fit back into the box without completelydisassembling. The storage compartments are not large enough to hold all the pieces.
Overall horrible experience for a quarantine 7 year old on his birthday. A disgrace to call this battleship. Secondly, it’s not the same game as the one you played in your childhood.
Because of the odd configuration, pegs are difficult to insert around new vehicles. They are so cheap and overlap other peg holes.
As a teacher, my biggest pet peeve is that the game requires you to type in your coordinates incorrectly. Coordinates are sooooo small and stamped on clear plastic which makes them almost impossible to see.