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Desc:Kinda...OK, EXACTLY...like Gorillas but with a lot more weapons and better splosions.
Category:Video Games, Religious
Tags:video games, 90s, explosions, Shareware week
Submitted:KnowFuture
Date:04/26/11
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Modern Angel - 2011-04-26
This came well before Gorillas. It's also the greatest game ever made.
Modern Angel - 2011-04-26
I should rephrase that. There was a game with stationary tanks exactly like this (minus some weapons) which came out well before Gorillas.

Meerkat - 2011-04-26
It was called Tank War and it had a fractal bomb.

CharlesSmith - 2011-04-26
Yes. This was the greatest game ever in elementary school. We installed it on everything with a hard drive and a monitor.
NineEleven - 2011-04-26
If you didn't buy parachutes you were an idiot. Funky bombs rule. This was the Mother of all Games.
OxygenThief - 2011-04-26
On my 15MHz computer the nuke explosions would take 2 minutes to complete which just enough time to top up a Burger King glass full of grape pop.
takewithfood - 2011-04-26
Once I got the hang of rollers, it was all about rollers.
Aggro Craig - 2011-04-26
Protip: Napalm goes right through shields.
Enjoy - 2011-04-26
I was King of the MIRVs
Zarathustra00 - 2011-04-26
Always invest in lasers and a couple of tons of dirt. Shooting someone through a mountain, or burying a tank and watching it napalm itself are extremely satisfying experiences.
teenage mutant lisa turtle - 2011-04-26
No no you all have it wrong. It's the race to get shields then the defensive computer, and use heavy diggers/sandhogs on the morons who didn't buy parachutes
kingarthur - 2011-04-26
I remember the computer lab at school having this installed and every spare minute between typing tests, some kid would be playing this.


Or printing out dot-matrix pictures of mushrooms over and over.



pressed peanut sweepings - 2011-04-26
I went MIRV crazy with this game.

painterfox - 2011-04-26
In school, we usually changed the config files for massive starting cash. Setting the game for simultaneous fire made it more like 10 rounds of mutually assured destruction on the first shot. Occasionally, a computer would win due to dumb luck of being on the one piece of dirt not erased from existence.
twinkieafternoon - 2011-04-26
Sorry.

Gorillas.
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-04-27
Ahh it was always fun to set all blast ranges on as large as possible, turn off the ceiling and wind, then launch a Death's Head into the stratosphere, only for it to come down and murder absolutely every tank.
Louddetective - 2011-04-28
This game is truly the greatest game ever. Doing some serious changing the text files so the tanks say third-grade swears
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