Carrier Deck

A management-based simulator developed by Every Single Soldier. A player assumes the role of the officer responsible for managing the air traffic onboard the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier - CVN-76. Particular missions take place on the oceans all over the world and involve managing the crew and equipment of the ship - all this to prepare the machines in time for a safe take off from the CVN-76 and to ensure their safety when they return from each mission. The aircraft carrier harbors various airplanes (Hawkeye, F18 Hornet) and choppers (Seahawk, Chinook). Designing the right queue for the machines and avoiding any collisions is crucial, as the difficulty level increases with one’s progress through the game. Moreover, a player has to pay attention to the changing weather conditions. The visuals featured by Carrier Deck are limited; nonetheless, the developers managed to represent the models of particular vehicles quite well - this regards also the USS Ronald Reagan.

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PC / Windows
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Carrier Deck

Carrier Deck | PC

Carrier Deck release date for PC:

game language:
English

15 June 2017 | Worldwide

15 June 2017 | Europe

15 June 2017 | USA

Game mode: single player
Expectations: 7.5 / 10 calculated out of 2 players' votes.  

The PC / Windows release of Carrier Deck has been developed by Every Single Soldier. Creators of the game have previously worked on such titles as Afghanistan ‘11 and Vietnam ‘65. Interestingly enough, the developers’ team includes Johan Nagel - RPA infantry lieutenant, whose knowledge of the modern military conflicts is reflected in the level of realism in all the studio’s games.

Plot

In the game, a player assumes the role of the officer responsible for managing the air traffic onboard the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier - CVN-76. Particular missions take place on the oceans all over the world. Before each mission, a player has to participate in a briefing presented on a separate screen that describes the story background, provides the details on the location one is about to be dispatched to, and presents the possible difficulties that might hinder the proper functioning of the ship.

Mechanics

In the PC / Windows release of Carrier Deck, the gameplay builds on managing the crew and equipment of the ship - all this to prepare the machines in time for a safe take off from the CVN-76 and to ensure their safety when they return from each mission. On different stages of the game, the ship harbors such aircraft as the F18 Hornet, the mid-air command center - Hawkeye, and choppers such as Seahawk (able to land on water) and the heavy carrier Chinook. Designing the right queue for the machines and avoiding any collisions is crucial, as the difficulty level increases with one’s progress through the game - the deeper into the game, the more machines onboard the ship, below deck, and in mid-air. Moreover, a player has to pay attention to the changing weather conditions.

Technical aspects

Even though the visuals in the game are limited, they are quite decent. The developers managed to represent the models of particular vehicles very well. Those interested in the military topics will instantly recognize particular planes and choppers - this also regards the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier. Quite low system requirements make the game run smoothly even on some older computers.

Age Rating

age requirements: everyone

System requirements

Minimum: Quad Core 2.3 GHz, 4 GB RAM, graphic card 1 GB GeForce GTX 460 or better, 244 MB HDD, Windows 7/8/10