Those small spiteful tanks have gone completely mad! What would it take to stop ’em? Fight fire with fire — take control of another small mad tank! Start-up the engines, reload the weapons and let the insane combat begin!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Paradoxion 1.1 Paradoxion is an advanced logic game, a true gem for those who like to solve challenging logic puzzles! Lots of carefully crafted levels, elegant gameplay and relaxing atmosphere, everything you need for the perfect puzzle solving experience!
Description: Those small spiteful tanks have gone completely mad! What would it take to stop ’em? Fight fire with fire — take control of another small mad tank! Start-up the engines, reload the weapons and let the insane combat begin!But be careful! There are more than 80 levels in 4 different environments, loaded with hordes of enemy tanks! Your enemies are numerous and smart: they can follow you until you find a way to hide from them, they can flee when damaged to repair themselves at their bases, they have large arsenal of deadly special weapons like mines and shockwaves. Every level is very interactive and has lots of strategic locations like Radars and Stealth Places that can be extremely useful to you! But remember that those little bastards can use these locations, too! And of course, there are lots of original bonuses and power-ups to collect on each level!There are 5 different tanks at your disposal. Each has a primary weapon with unlimited ammunition that can be used for standard and plunging fire, and a special weapon (like Minigun or Rockets). During the game you’ll be able to upgrade you tank’s speed, armor and weapon systems.You can play 3 game modes: Campaign — conquer all the levels to get access to the most powerful tanks, Arcade — take part in worldwide competition and get into World’s Maddest Tankmen List, Skirmish — customize all battle conditions, perfect for practicing.So, the war is declared and the battle is about to begin!
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