Battlecruisers


A visually stunning RTS where players build the ultimate battlecruiser to strategically attack and destroy enemy warships. Step aboard this indie war game for minimalist design, explosive gameplay, and an addictive soundtrack. And nukes! Never forget the nukes.

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Battlecruisers released?

Battlecruisers was released on 4 Feb, 2021

Who was the developer that made Battlecruisers?

Mecha Weka were the developers that made Battlecruisers

Do countries still use cruisers?

As of 2020, only two countries operate vessels formally classed as cruisers: the United States and Russia, and in both cases the vessels are primarily armed with guided missiles. BAP Almirante Grau was the last gun cruiser in service, serving with the Peruvian Navy until 2017.

Did the US have battlecruisers?

The United States Navy began building a series of battlecruisers in the 1920s, more than a decade after their slower and less heavily armed armored cruisers had been rendered obsolete by the Royal Navy’s Invincible-class battlecruisers.

Why doesn’t the US Navy have battlecruisers?

“Since WWII, the Navy has not used ships to kill capital ships,” Harrison said, defining capital ships as key assets of any navy. “We use carriers, we use aircraft, which fly out hundreds of miles and kill your capital ships way out there, not letting you get close enough where you can shoot at our key asset.”

Are there any battlecruisers left?

In the postwar drawdown of forces, Renown and the two Alaskas were withdrawn from service and eventually scrapped; Yavuz Sultan Selim, the last surviving battlecruiser in the world, lingered on until the early 1970s, when she too was sent to the shipbreakers.

Do cruisers exist in America?

The U.S. fleet has 22 Ticonderoga-class cruisers. The 9,800-ton Ticos aren’t the biggest surface combatants in the fleet—that honorific belongs to the three 15,900-ton Zumwalt-class destroyers. But the Ticos are the most missile-heavy.The U.S. fleet has 22 Ticonderoga-class cruisers. The 9,800-ton Ticos aren’t the biggest surface combatants in the fleet—that honorific belongs to the three 15,900-ton Zumwalt-class destroyers. But the Ticos are the most missile-heavy.8 Feb 2021

Are there any battleships left?

Four battleships were retained by the United States Navy until the end of the Cold War for fire support purposes and were last used in combat during the Gulf War in 1991. The last battleships were struck from the U.S. Naval Vessel Register in the 2000s.Four battleships were retained by the United States Navy until the end of the Cold War for fire support purposes and were last used in combat during the Gulf War in 1991. The last battleships were struck from the U.S. Naval Vessel Register in the 2000s.

Are battlecruisers still used?

In the postwar drawdown of forces, Renown and the two Alaskas were withdrawn from service and eventually scrapped; Yavuz Sultan Selim, the last surviving battlecruiser in the world, lingered on until the early 1970s, when she too was sent to the shipbreakers.

Are heavy cruisers still used?

Heavy cruisers fell out of use after the Second World War, with the Royal Navy decommissioning its last three (HMS London, HMS Cumberland, and HMS Devonshire) by the early 1950s. Some existing US heavy cruisers lasted well through the 1970s, with the last all-gun ship USS Newport News decommissioning in 1975.

What defines a battlecruiser?

: a large heavily armed warship that is lighter, faster, and more maneuverable than a battleship.