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
The art is originalDukePaul | Dec. 24, 2012 | See all DukePaul's reviews »
I played a lot of war games but this one offers a different direction in the art part, all the characters are little girls with cute faces and a humorous behavior, for a war setting this is very hilarious, even the intro is like an anime opening with a japanese singer.
The gameplay is splitted in two parts: a turn-based strategy game with a grid, and a visual novel where the only thing you need to do is read, if you like the characters and the story you will enjoy it.
For this price, you can check out this game.
A pleasant surpriseToySoldier | Sept. 23, 2012 | See all ToySoldier's reviews »
I hadn't heard about this game until luckily I saw a writeup on it elsewhere and decided to give it a shot. It's a weird little strategy game with a humorous story and sympathetic characters. At ~10 hours in I find myself with still plenty left to do and can say the money was well spent indeed.
Pretty awesomejeyko | Sept. 14, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
War of the Human Tanks is a great downloadable Japanese indie game. It's a hardcore, but easy to get used to strategy game. The graphic style is really, really charming and adorable. But here's the problem - the game... isn't really a game. It's mostly a visual novel (with a horrendous translation) with bits of actual gameplay sometimes. Also you click a lot. You will know what I mean. War of the Human Tanks is definitely worth checking out if you are searching for something new.
Is it an IOS game ? Gotta do better than thisleoleelok | Sept. 14, 2012 | See all leoleelok's reviews »
BAD. Not the kind of game I imagined. Though I am from Asia, and I still think the style of the graphics kinda turn me off. Most (if not all) army units are in the form of ''cute' little'' girls, I found it kinda strange during my walkthrough of the game.
Time of gaming The time of gaming is okay, given you can replay the battle again and again. But for me, I spent like 4 hours and ..... it's done.
Sound effects All sound effects are way too ''cute''. If you love japanese animation, you might love it, but I don't particularly like this style of sound effects.
Bad. An ios game might do better than that. I understand that the game based more on the usage of strategy. However, it's already 2012, and a game on PC, asking for money should do much better than that. If this is just a flash game, it's okay. BUT, dude, you are marketing it with a price. And the quality of graphics need a meet the standard.