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Load up ye trusty cannons!

The sea will burn and sails will be torn asunder in this intense arcade sea battle game. Like days of yor when the world was believed to be flat, you can not only blow yer opponent to smithereens, you can also push 'em off the face of the earth and watch them plummet into oblivion!

Power your ship by over 10 weapons and 14 perks. Use ye mighty cannons and devastating perks against AI or your friends.


  • Intense 1 vs 1 fast paced sea battles in smooth 60 FPS
  • Simple mechanics - max ammo is your health
  • Flat sea - sink your oponent or push him off the edge
  • Up to 3 minute long sessions
  • Tight controls
  • Full gamepad support (works with keyboard too)

Hardware requirements

Should run smoothly on anything that can handle Direct X 9.0c

Game supports 16:9 and should support 4:3 monitors as well. If you're having problems on ultra widescreen ones, try switching game to windowed mode in the main menu.


Game by Game Greg @GrzegorzDalek
Music by Arek Reikowski @ArekReikowski


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Torn Sails - Windows - 25 MB


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Good, zany fun for two players. I like the pace and the sail-dodge-shoot-dodge rhythm of the game very much. There is a good variety of upgrades, and the option to ram your opponent out of the water is great when you can pull it off.

It's a small game, so it does not have much replayability - but the few rounds we played were intense and fun!

HP upgrades can cause a bit of trouble - when one player grabs a bunch of those, it's really hard to take the lead back from him/her. Also, an option to turn "ring outs" off would be appreciated, for those that dislike the mechanic - the core shooting gameplay could stand alone.

Thanks Kuba!

Yeah it's a small game, but I'm glad you were able to get some fun out of it :) It became a lot bigger game than I initially planned it to be, but I guess that's normal. Thanks for the feedback, I'll consider it while doing updates for the game. As it goes for multiplayer games it's pretty hard to balance stuff out if you have very limited amount of people to test it with. Some power ups may appear too frequently or be too strong. Like "vampire" perk which is a bit OP I think. I'll gather some feedback and rebalance stuff to make the game a bit more fair :)

All the best!