Well, keep in mind when firing you want to hit the enemy ship in the
port or starboard side. Obviously, that offers a lot larger target than
trying to go for a bow or stern shot. Though, bow and stern shots are
possible once you get skilled at the game.
Let us take mission 1 as an example. Don't move since the first cargo
ship is going to litterally pass your bow in a minute or so. Just open
your doors, when you view the cargo ship, press period follow by the
number one. When the tone of the target gets very high pitched press f6
and drop one or two torpedoes into the sucker. Close the torpedo doors
and wait for the cargo ship to sink. A destroyer will pass, but if the
cargo ship hasn't sunk don't fire since it is still in your way. If you
want to hit both very quickly I usually turn 15 degrees to port, bearing
345, and fire upon the first cargo ship so I can later change heading to
0 so I can kill the destroyer. Try that and see if that helps.
I get that much, but I'll be the first to admit my spacial logic isn't
great, and more often than not I don't end up getting into position
until the ship's past me.
Beware the Grue!
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