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Version 2.10 of Pacific Fleet is now available for all supported platforms. It contains a couple of quick fixes for the Android/Kindle version of the game, but most importantly, it brings the iOS version up to speed with the many recent changes to the game!

What’s new in 2.10

  • Star shell brightness greatly increased
  • Ships no longer face away from each other at combat start
  • Added “Auto Next” feature under Quit Battle page (1 to 3 second delay between auto turn progression)
  • Fixed TDC/Imp. Detonators not applied to first torpedo fired
  • IJN ships now lose xp when sunk in campaign
  • Aircraft attacks must target an enemy before launching
  • *** on level 1 IJN Campaign now displays correctly on map
  • AAA upgrade reduced to 8,000 renown, allows M.I.C. achievement
  • Fixed a bug where a sinking ship would sometimes linger on surface
  • Fixed a rare bug where turn order broke on an enemy sinking
  • Manual Clarification: shell damage is multiplied by number of gun barrels firing
  • Added Facebook link in Help section
  • Removed sound volume slider (master audio now controlled with device)
  • Fixed a rare bug whereby achievements could be deleted
  • Fixed several achievements which would not register or were impossible
  • Kongo torpedo reload messages removed
  • Torpedo reload timing corrected
  • Takao now has 8 torpedoes

17 Responses to “Pacific Fleet v2.10 Released”

  1. sir tuga

    Could it be posible for you to add more ships in pacífic fleet ? (Like ijn submarine) i hope u guys doesnt abandon the game because of ATLANTIC FLEET

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    • Killerfish Games

      Adding additional ships to Pacific Fleet is very difficult as the game is designed and balanced around 7 ships per navy. This is one of the primary reasons we decided to make Atlantic Fleet as a whole new sequel so as to remove this limitation. Atlantic Fleet now contains dozens ship models representing 1000’s of actual vessels. We’d like to get back to the Pacific one day either as additional updates to the game or as a sequel.

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  2. JAMES RAFAEL

    HOW ABOUT PORTING BOTH PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC FLEET TO X-BOX???—-OMG!!!!—X-BOX 360 MARKET PLACE DUDES!!!AND NEW X-BOX ONE!!!—-AND, HOW ABOUT CREATING THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND SOUND???—BOTH INDIVIDUAL PLAYER AND A MMO VERSION????—-YOU CAN KILL WITH THESE GAMES GUYS!!!! REALLY REALLY LOVE WHAT YOU BOTH HAVE DONE BUT PLEASE,PLEASE FIX THOSE DAMN TORPEDOES IN THE ATLANTIC VERSION AND DOOOO CONSIDER JUTLAND SOUND!!! OMG!!–HOW I WISH I HAD THE $$$$$$$$ TO INVEST IN YOU GUYS!!!! ;-P

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  3. Brett Matz

    I can’t find atlantic fleet or pacific fleet on windows. i’d like to download it on my pc

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  4. Dennis Elchesen

    I really enjoy playing Pacific Fleet; I have ver. 2.0. I wish it was possible to command multiples of the same ship. I know that’s possible in Single Battle mode, but it’s not possible in the full campaign mode. Does the latest version of your game allow players to command multiples of the same ship in both modes? Please reply and let me know. Thanks!

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    • Killerfish Games

      No Pacific Fleet does not allow the control of duplicate ship classes in the campaign.

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  5. Ed Miller

    Pacific Fleet no longer works on my iPad, which is running iOS 11 (Beta). Will it be supported on iOS 11?

    Also, while I’m here, if you’re playing the US side, and accumulate the 400,000 needed for the A-Bomb, and if you buy the A-Bomb, the game is essentially over at the halfway point. Which makes it a ho-hum experience from that point forward. Just my impressions.

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    • Killerfish Games

      Unfortunately not. The latest version of iOS no longer supports 32-bit apps and there are no plans to update Pacific Fleet to 64-bit at this time.

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      • Rui

        That is very disappointing to hear. I bought Pacific Fleet on iOS because I felt the opportunity to play on-the-go was worth the relatively high mobile app price. The theme and mechanics of Pac Fleet prompted me to make a similar investment in Atlantic Fleet on Steam, which was inducing me to consider Cold Waters as my next purchase. However, I am reluctant to invest in games that I can’t return to and play again in the future.

        I would be interested in Pacific Fleet if it was ported to the desktop and offered on Steam as you have done with Atlantic Fleet. I understand that deploying and/or sustaining can sometimes be difficult on tightly controlled platforms like Apple’s iOS ecosystem, so if it is a challenge migrate Pac Fleet from 32-bit then do as you have done with Atlanic Fleet on Steam.

        Cheers!

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      • Mal

        Ah, sad news. I noticed Pacific Fleet in list of non supported apps for IOS11 on my phone. I had hoped it would be just a recompile but I can understand if there are many changes in libraries etc. The PC games look great though! Hopefully they’ll port to iPad at some point.

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