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Tank Force

Engage enemy tanks in awesome 3D battle fields with as much realistic combat packed into an online game.

Choose between 3 factions that depict current modern day forces which would likely be involved in any possible theater of war should there be a realistic conflict.

Learn the principles of armored warfare as you apply strategy and tactics based on realistic factors that can be found in a real combat zone.

Engage enemy tanks in awesome 3D battle fields with as much realistic combat packed into an online game.

Choose between 3 factions that depict current modern day forces which would likely be involved in any possible theater of war should there be a realistic conflict.

Learn the principles of armored warfare as you apply strategy and tactics based on realistic factors that can be found in a real combat zone.



Tank Force the game is now available to play on the PC and it sure kicks a heavy punch. For those who love tank games and still have dreams of fighting in one just in case WW3 eventually breaks out, well...here's your chance to get the feel in front of the screen.

After you register your name, you are then connected to the server. You will be given the option to choose between the Russian, Asian and NATO side. An initial tutorial will guide you with Tank controls and how to move within the game. You will be given tasks such as shooting down enemy tanks and aircraft and proceeding to waypoints.

The game plays in third person perspective. You can see the butt of your tank as you maneuver around the landscape. A big spherical target reticule helps you aim your guns as it moves with your turret.

Once you are done with the tutorial, you can then join an actual game. You have 3 available Tank options which are Light, Medium and Heavy. However, at the start you are only given a basic armored combat vehicle like the Soviet made BMP-1, a Hybrid Amphibian Tank-Armored Personal Carrier which was first used in the 1960's and still very much in use today.

Just to mention, for those who have played Tanki or Tanki X, the game is very similar. The hangar options are similar to those in the Tanki X garage. Your main options would be Equipment, Gear, Arsenal (or ammo) and skin (which is somewhat limited to camouflage). You also have your upgrade options, purchase another Tank, the store for micro-transactions and if you would like to chat with other online players, you can.

Once you proceed to battle, the server will search for other players and display the number of tanks currently present in the map based on tank class; Heavy, Medium or Light. The fight will start and the fun begins with really cool soundtracks. If the map happens to be a village in Europe, it will play a Bavarian Beer-Drinking song. If the map is a desert in the Middle East, the game will play an Arabic Belly-Dancing tune. Talk about cheesy, but I kid you not.

The game play is very much Tanki X style though the large target reticule plastered on the middle of the screen does stand out as a difference. A map of the area is displayed as well as other pertinent info like your current supplies and ammo (also at the bottom) as well as your tank speed, your armor value and the orientation of your turret.

The 2 teams (red and blue) are displayed at the top. Depending on which team you chose, you will encounter friend and foe on the battlefield. One thing you will notice is that it becomes sometimes confusing to determine who is who with all the havoc going around and everyone is in camouflage. If you keep on shooting and there seems to be no effect, look again as that might be an allied tank you are wasting your ammo on.

The map terrains are impressive and can really give Tanki X a run for the ammo. Since the BMP-1 is amphibian, you can really plow through the wet portions of the map. Good graphics with sound effects and voice-overs really do a lot for the combative atmosphere of the game. There are times however that you may get tired of the music but generally it will somewhat remind you of playing Command and Conquer Red Alert in the good old days.

The game is intense sheer combat as there are around 30 different vehicles to encounter and each tank you choose has it's own pros and cons in battle. The target can be zoomed in and out but you will have to take into account factors like elevation and shell damage as the game uses realistic physics as much as possible. A BMP-1 going against an M1A2 Abrams will have to perform some smooth moves to come up on the winning side.

Make sure to take into account the specs of your tank during combat and watch out for your armor value every time your screen turns red. You do have repair kits that can be acquired so make good use of them. Light tanks have less armor but are fast and have a quicker reload time. You can look at the right side of the reticule HUD as it will indicate when the shells are ready. Medium tanks have average stats and the heavies though tougher to punch through are slow in speed and shell reloads. Being hit by one however, may drain your armor sufficiently enough to blow you up on the next fire.

Overall, if you’ve played World of Tanks or any of the Tanki games, chances are you'll feel at home with this game. The developers, Extreme Developers just like Tanki’s developers are Russian (Seems like the Soviets have this thing for tanks) and they are really coming up with awesome fun games.

Tank Force was first released for the mobile market via Android and is now available as Early Access (free2play) on Steam (seems again that they're going after Tanki, considered the game's success). So for those who would like to try it out and maybe see which tank game would suite one best, go right ahead and may the best tanker win.

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