Dangerous Waters is a submarine simulator developed by Sonalysts Combat Simulations, released on February 22 2005. The game features several playable vessels, including the Los Angeles-class, Akula-class, and Seawolf-class nuclear submarines, and the Kilo-class diesel submarine. Dangerous Waters also models several non-submersible platforms, including the Perry-class frigate, the SH-60 Seahawk helicopter, and the P-3 Orion patrol aircraft. Campaign mode allows a player to control forces as the United States, Russian Loyalists, Russian Rebels, or China.
The game was initially not sold in stores, and was only available through the website www.battlefront.com It received generally positive reviews, although the limited distribution and highly technical nature of the game meant it was unlikely to find a very large audience. In December 2005, Dangerous Waters was made available at retail stores by publisher Strategy First. In early January 2006, Valve announced it would be selling Dangerous Waters via its Steam content delivery system. The preload began January 24 2006, and was released a few weeks later, February 7. A 570 page manual can be purchased from the Strategy First website.
Dangerous Waters was published in Europe by BlackBean Games and was in UK stores on May 26 2006. It included exclusive European content on a second DVD (also available on the company's website). A 90-page printed manual was included in the box (comprised of the first four sections of the 570 page manual, plus appendices), with the full manual as a PDF file.
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