This new version of the game Battleships uses the amazing dazzle-painting idea invented during the First World War, in which artists inspired by Cubism and Vorticism were used to paint eye-baffling designs on ships.
Includes two 64-page map-and-grid books for playing the game and a 16-page booklet explaining the history of the dazzle ships and the artistic inspiration behind them. For two players aged six and up.
32 Colour illustrations.
Comes in a box with a hinged lid.
Measurements: 22.5cm x 16.9cm.
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