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Tank X

rated 2.10 / 5 stars
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Action - Shooter - Fixed

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Jul 19, 2011 | 8:45 AM EDT

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Tank X is a remake of the popular game Battle City on the console Nes. You control a tank X, and your goal is to destroy all enemy tanks
while staying alive yourself and defend your base. The game also has bonuses that were in the original version.

- High performance
- Control Setup
- Advanced settings
- The close similarity to the Battle City (pixel graphics)
- Built-in map editor
- 8-bit sound

Arrows - Riding
Fire - NUM1,
Pause - P,
ECS - output

In Menu: control up and down arrows, Enter - Select, ECS - Exit from the menu, the game.

In the setting of control: we press the keys, ie to first control key is up, we press the desired key to us,
switching is automatically rather than manually, at the end of Hit Enter.

In the Editor: We are moving on the arrow and Shift change material, setting on fire, as we press ESC completed the
and then exit the menu, press start and we can see in the list of cards I created the map.

Heart - +1 life,
Star - +250 points,
Blast - explodes all enemy tanks
Up Arrow - +1 maximum patron (by default. 3)
Shield - strengthens the defense base and +10 life of base
Yin-Yang - gives immortality to 10 seconds
Round Square - +10 armor tank
Right arrow - increases the speed of the tank



Rated 2 / 5 stars

It could've been better...

I didn't hate it, but it just didn't control very well. The way the game's set up you would expect that you'd be able to just move through the paths that are there or that you help create; unfortunately it seems the tank is a tad bit too small and sometimes gets a corner caught against the wall, forcing you to have to back up and move over slightly just to go through a hole in the wall or some hallway. The enemies weren't too bad just kind of wish they were a bit smarter instead of just shooting at random, and the guns you control as well as yourself are a tad bit awkward; but otherwise, it's a decent concept and if you just tighten up some things here and there I wouldn't mind playing it again.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars


controls don't work, the audio alternates between high and low randomly, and when the controls do work, the map eats the tank and you become locked in that spot without any means to move or fire a weapon.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


I'm using a laptop that doesn't have a number pad and the 1 don't work. controls awful. You get some stars because I actually wanted to play this.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

The AI needs work.

It's nice. Simple graphics, nice tune, but the AI is just awful. You should make AI be aware of the location of the base and make it find or make the path. Reminds me of GameBoy. I'd rate it higher, but the tanks just randomly change the movement. The performance is not that high either, there are slowdowns from time to time.

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

Quite something to improve

The graphics are either too pixelized (normal) or look like I forgot my glasses (smooth), a few parts are still russian, the key-config does only show numbers instead of keys and the controls are pretty buggy (autofire fires ten missiles at once and then suddenly stops?!?). Being able to drive out on top of the screen is also probably not wanted, right? Oh yeah and the blinking bonuses are kinda annoying, its better if they just appear and thats it.

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