Seek and destroy your enemies through the use of your sonar.
After the already fantastic and feature-rich Navy Mission which clocked in at a miniscule 2.2MB, I didn't think there was any way to make a cooler nautical game for such a small file size.
Invisible Vision has you strapped into the captain's chair as you control a submarine during wartime battles. By carefully monitoring your sonar (based on the ripples of the 3D wireframe water simulation model) you are intended to track down and destroy your enemies before they destroy you.
To aid you in this are (obviously) your rockets, which can be fired by pressing the [Z] key and the ability to make visual contact with anything in your immediate surroundings. This helps you when a rocket is headed your way when you thought it was another ship, and for when floating mines are introduced in later levels.
The game is absolutely fantastic, to say the least. It's such an entertaining package in such a small download. While not as long-lasting or as easily accessible as Navy Mission, the game is very, very strong. Recommended.
This game was not to bad, but not good either. the graphics, which arent so bad for a file so small, are bad. the submarine is not very manuverable, and the enemies easily run circles around you. you would do good not to download this game, but if you want to try it, be my guest. i aint stopping you.