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War of the Human Tanks is a story driven strategy game with a gameplay reminiscent of Battleship and Chess, featuring a story of war, loyalty, sacrifice and human shaped tanks.

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War of the Human Tanks is a story driven strategy game with a gameplay reminiscent of Battleship and Chess, featuring a story of war, loyalty, sacrifice and human shaped tanks.

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 Daihon'ei, Lieutenant of the Imperial Army moves out to the battlefield, followed closely by the loyal Human Tanks in his company.


Key Features:

  • 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

  • Episodic TV drama style story with openings and endings changing by battle's progress

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Publisher:
Fruitbat Factory
Developer:
Yakiniku Banzai
Genres:
Adventure
Source:
Fruitbat Factory
Released:
Friday, September 14, 2012
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Languages:
English
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8
  • Processor: PentiumIII or higher
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Recommended Requirements
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Reviews for War of the Human Tanks

70
Bag full of cuteness.

I really love style of this game. It's fun to see emotions and reactions of those funny little... cute... and... dangerous? Yes, don't be mistaken. It's a war, soldier! Tanks which look like girls? No problem. You might think it looks rather poor. You might have right but don't be deceived. Even tho it have this kind of style, this is a pretty solid game with amazing gameplay which will take away many hours from your life. I wouldn't say it's visual novel game mixed with strategy even tho there are many talks. Somehow it's also reminds me of some anime show, so if you are fan of these you will surely enjoy War of the Human Tanks to the fullest.

70
Unique grid based strategy game

Combines a visual novel with a grid based strategy battle system. Battles are broken up by some fairly lengthy story scenes, The writing sticks to some common anime tropes with the added ridiculousness of the primary combatents being human like chibi characters used as disposable battle tanks command by a humans. Conversations often take place over a background of photographs. Battles will consist of you moving your units around in an area mostly covered by fog of war as you attempt to locate enemies or fire into spaces where they are hidden, with your goal being to defeat the enemies tanks. You can use resources gained from battles to upgrade or to develop new tanks with different abilities, sight ranges, faster speed to reach their turn faster, and different attack types and ranges.Worth checking out for fans of light strategy games or fans of anime games with a strange premise.

75
A Bizzare Visual Novel With TBS Element

First things first, this is technically a visual novel albeit not a pure one. It's a visual novel with a TBS element. As a visual novel this game is pretty text-heavy in which you'll probably spending more time reading through the text rather than in the actual combat. The writing itself relies heavily in anime tropes and stereotypes. Depends on who you are, you'll either like it or hate it. Though you can skip most of the text with a simple ctrl button. The gameplay however, is rather solid. It plays out like the good 'ol Battleship with a twist. You can have several different units in the battle with their own usefulness. You can scout enemy with your Scout unit or you can just sacrifice your kamikaze unit and bomb the hell out of several grids with the enemies. Both you and enemy units die in one shot so you'll have to plan your battle carefully. Overall the game is really fun and can be addicting to play. The story is rather bizzare as you can expected from a Japanese doujin game. If you like turn based strategy game and don't mind with long exposition then by all means do try this little gem.

85
A Turn Based Strategy Meets Story. Lots of Story.

"Episodic TV drama style story with openings and endings changing by battle's progress" There is a LOT of story to get through. If you're like me who loves reading in between the action, this is a great thing for you but if you're someone who just wants to pick up a mouse and keyboard (or a controller) and get right into the game, then turn away now. The first real battle of this game is getting through the opening dialogue and the subsequent chatter to get to your first battle. War of the Human Tanks acts more like a Japanese Visual Novel with its artstyle comic feel. While all this talk of story, don't get me wrong, the gameplay (or combat system rather) is very solid incorporating a great mix of turn based strategy and action. The aesthetics and music are all within the Anime/Manga genre so this may not appeal to all, but for fans of the genre and the strategy game, this game is a great find. This is by all means, a VERY subjective 85.

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