Rovio is most well-known for Angry Birds, even though the company has released a few games over the years not part of that franchise. None of those really took off, though. Rovio is giving non-bird games another shot today with Battle Bay. This game has been in geo-restricted testing for a while, but now it's available to all.

Battle Bay is basically a MOBA on the high seas... or well, some sort of seas. The arenas are varied with lots of rocks, buoys, and other stuff to zip around in your boat. At your disposal are various upgradeable weapons, which you will use to take out the enemy team. You can also add crew members to your boat to improve your ferocity in battle. There are even different ship classes with their own strengths and weaknesses. The game has a cool visual style, too.

Rovio has been big on free-to-play lately, and Battle Bay is no exception. The IAPs cost between $5 and $100, and the scheme seems convoluted. There's a tutorial for how to manage all your IAP currencies and upgrades, which is never a good sign. Still, it's free and I'm sure there will be a lot of players.

Battle Bay
Battle Bay