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Nov 17, 2005 | 3:55 PM EST
  • Daily 5th Place November 18, 2005

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Enemy panzers have broken our lines and occupied a city of strategic importance.

As an anti-tank cannon commander you received the order to destroy the enemy whatever it takes. Enemy tanks come in three weights: light, medium, and heavy, each with its own unique qualities. If you happen to detect the enemy command car, you must try your hardest to destroy it.

The operation of liberating the city depends on your efforts. Good luck, commander!

Reviews


ShoomShoom

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Great Potential... tends to get boring

the graphics actually made me play this. But at least at level 3 it gets boring, the sound was inapropriate and it had a great lack of (gameplay) fun from the very beginnin. If there was actually something more innovative in this it could actually become a game I could enjoy playing...



Ossenaar-8bitOssenaar-8bit

Rated 0 / 5 stars

crap

this is really a bad game it sucks if i was the creator of the game i will never make one again!



Alpha-StrikeAlpha-Strike

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

very good game i love it can have a few extras

good very good game i love it i enjoyed it good work



KWAS71KCKKWAS71KCK

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good one

a little bit simple in some points, but the graphics in this one were excellent, awesome gameplay, and it was a lot of fun to play.
congrats on getting an award for this one, and hope to see more flashwork from you.



XalyxXalyx

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It was a good game

But...it lacks certain things. I do agree that this game has a ton of potential but you didnt harness it. For one you could have added a beautiful shop system in the game. That would have automatically gave you a vote of (5) with me. Secondly you could've even put some rpg elements in their. Only if your flash skills permit you to of course. But you did a great job with the game though. Just learn those elements and truly put the soul into your work and you could easily become a tremendous flash maker. 1 thumb up d('.')