War of the Human Tanks Deluxe Edition
Deluxe Edition Contains the Soundtrack to War of the Human Tanks.
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War of the Human Tanks is a story driven strategy game that pits the group of Human Tanks commanded by the player against the opposing Commanding Officers and their forces in a campaign fought on a series of grid-based maps. Players will have to use their wits to upgrade their units and utilize them to the best of their abilities in order to progress throughout the game.
This story takes place in a land vaguely reminiscent of modern-day Japan. In the twenty years since the first Human Tank was developed, the war raging between the Empire of Japon and the Kingdom of Japon has turned into a proxy war fought between Human Tanks on both sides.
The Empire of Japon once ruled the entire land of Japon. Now diminished and cornered, the Empire prepares to make its last stand as the tanks of the Kingdom of Japon draw close to its capital. Shoutaro Daihoníei, Lieutenant of the Imperial Army, moves out to the battlefield, followed closely by the loyal Human Tanks in his company.
Your enemy stands right before you...
Fast-paced strategic battles in over 30 maps
Use resources earned from battles to develop new tanks
Customize your tanks with various modules to deadly effect
Multiple endings based on your performance
Replay the story keeping your previously earned units and resources
Free battle mode to practice and gather extra supplies
English localization features two all-new bonus maps, hand-drawn battle backgrounds and an improved user interface
Even free, not worth the hard drive spaceRosseau | Feb. 17, 2013 | See all Rosseau's reviews »
This game was rated #4 on the indie.com site - FTL (a great game) was rated #1. So I got suckered in. There must be 100 screens you need to click through to get to your first battle. Maybe if you are 10 years old, the dialog would be entertaining. As far as the gameplay, it was a jumbled mess to me. I also got fooled into thinking it was turn based. I have about 200+ games (no brag, just fact) and this could be my worst purchase ever. No reflection on Greenman, just the game.