Navy Field


Experience intense naval battles against large teams of real opponents from across the globe. To help you on your quest to be the ultimate commander of the sea, almost 100 different WWII era naval vessels are available to use. Start with a humble frigate as you again experience and points for superior classes of ships including: destroyers, battle cruisers, and aircraft carriers. Each model reproduced in painstaking detail. Equip your vessel with a massive selection of historically accurate naval guns, torpedo launchers, Fire Control Systems, engines, and armor.

Navy Field, 6.9 out of 10 based on 29 ratings
System Requirements
Pentium III 1Ghz
32MB DirectX 8.1 compatible graphics card
Window 9X, ME, 2000, XP 256MB of RAM
Navy Field, 6.9 out of 10 based on 29 ratings
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Developer: SDEnternet
Publisher: SDEnternet
Genre: MMORTS
Category: Free MMORPGs
Release Date: 2006
Platform: Windows
Price: Free
Monthly Fee: Free
Our Rating:

7.0

 
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Navy Field - Review
Navy Field - Review
Navy Field is a Massively Multiplayer Online Tactics Game developed by SDEnterNet a Korean games studio, and available in NA and Europe. This game is based on naval battles that toke place in the World ...
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Navy Field - Preview Video
Navy Field - Preview Video
September 18, 2008
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News

Navy Field Europe: New Server Open and Submarines & Game Mode!
February 18, 2009
Navy Field Europe (NFEU - Publisher: eFusion MMOG GmbH) launched their new server “Yamato” today with a special Event of Double Exp, Credits and Points ...

  • steven

    not a good game at all to get to lvl 120 tacks 2 years if not longer. if u trade stuff to people then ask for it back 2 months later after u lvl it and b/v/e it and gms will gave it to then after u spent 10 rl dollors on and lots of time lvling the guy. it happen to me and was bs. tip dont play very hard for new players to get in to it and u must spent lots of rl money to ;[

  • NotmynameandIwonttell

    Steven are a little off and unlucky maybe and it’s a long time since posted last.
    All in all a great game. The comunity are great and alot of nice and helpfull people are playing. It does’nt take 2 years to get to 120 if you are willing to use time online, but you need to be very patience since it can take some time for each battle to start. You will really feel the waiting time when you get the first Battleship.
    It’s a F2P so you do not need to use any real money. But in order of getting a better and more advanced crew for your ships you will need to spend a buck or two. But no F2P are any different from that so that is why I can’t see Steven’s point really.
    The biggest problems whit the game tho are all the little bugs there are roaming the game. The developers are VERY slow to do anything about them IF they do anything. That can be very anoing sometimes. But the game are very much still playable.
    The best part is that you can play this game on older computers. The grafics are not top quality but still very nice and does not eat up your pc performance so you can have a fluid gaming whitout laggin. You still need a good Internet connection tho ^^.
    I have been playing this game since it was Beta like 7 years ago or whatever and I’m still playing. That’s my point on how ”nice” ”good” ”great” ”10 thumbs up” this game are if you see trough all the little issues.
    See you on the water?! :)

  • Falcon

    Gameplay-wise, this game is good. I realy liked the different ship types/roles you can play, having even little frigate-destroyer class useful (protecting bigger ships from subs or torping cruisers). I also liked escorting battleships with anti-aircraft ship or trying luck in sub. Playng in fleet is great.
    I also loved the manual aimig and long-range fire-maneuver combat in fast, agile and slim Konigsberg class light cruiser.
    On the other hand i quite disliked the RPG part of it, especialy crew leveling an quite silly rolling the stats of sailors.
    I liked it best up to the light cruiser class where you don’t have to have so called full b/v/e (boost/veteran/expert) crew (tho i couldn’t spot my longest shots since some destroyer, it was still possible to hit). When you get first battlecruiser/battleship or carrier it gets a bit annoying.
    Bad thing is that the leveling crew outgrows lighter ships (but can be reduced) and you cant enter some types of game with it anymore after certain level (usualy with smaller ships).
    Stopped playing some time (years) ago, maybe I’ll give it another go, but just for fun with small ships avoiding the exp grinding madness. But before that i will surely try World of Tanks.