Submarine is an early arcade game where players controlled a submarine to defend against enemy ships and torpedoes. It was developed by Namco in 1978, and it was one of the first games to feature vector graphics.

In Submarine, players controlled a submarine that could move up, down, left, and right. They could also fire torpedoes and depth charges. The torpedoes would travel in a straight line, while the depth charges would explode on contact with the ocean floor.

The goal of the game was to survive for as long as possible and to destroy as many enemy ships as possible. The game was played on a black and white screen, and it was relatively simple in terms of its graphics and gameplay. However, it was still a challenging and addictive game, and it was one of the most popular arcade games of its time.

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