Tank-o-Box is a new action-packed remake of a classic arcade battle tank game. Destroy all enemy panzers and defend your headquarters. Modern 3D graphics and sound guarantee the ultimate battle-tanking experience. 50+ levels.
Tank-O-Box 1.2 Tank-o-Box is a new action-packed remake of a classic arcade battle tank game. Destroy all enemy panzers and defend your headquarters. Modern 3D graphics and sound guarantee the ultimate battle-tanking experience. 50+ levels.
Description: Tank-o-box is a new action-packed remake of a classic arcade battle tank game. Modern 3D graphics, 3D sound and fancy game engine guarantee the ultimate battle-tanking experience.
The game action takes place on the battlefield, where your tank and your enemies appear. Your mission is to destroy all enemy tanks and defend your headquarters.
There are several types of terrain, four seasons, daylight, night and twilight that change the picture of the battlefield. Different game objects may be dying or impenetrable, acting as natural armor for your tank.
During the play you receive the bonuses: enemy freeze, air strike, tank upgrade, armor or extra life.
Two player cooperative mode is also available. In this case, two tanks will appear on the field, and the users will be able to defend the headquarters and destroy the enemy tanks together.
Slaughter action for the hard-boiled player is "Extra" mode. Hundreds of armed tanks attack you, and there's a very little chance to survive. This game is a real stress-taker for the warrior soul.
Free trial version allows you to enjoy 1-hour game play at first 5 levels.
Registered users gain access to 50 breath-taking levels, will fight new enemies - ultra-heavy tanks, rocket launchers, pillboxes. Your tank will get the 4th upgrade, armed with missiles.
You face new game objects, will be able to play from your last reached level. Your results will go the Online Hall of Fame, and after all - registered users receive future versions of Tank-o-box for free.
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