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Battle City (Arcade)

Battle City Arcade Title screen (Vs. Battle City)

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Description

Battle City is a refined version of Namco's old arcade game Tank Battalion. Destroy different enemy tanks, while trying to keep them away from your base. When you have destroyed 20 enemy tanks you advance to the next level with different layout. In each level there's some obstacles which you can use to your advantage. Obstacles include red bricks which you can shoot out of your way, silver bricks which are highly armored, water and ice. You start the game with a basic tank, which you can power up to better one little by little.

The NES game includes a construction mode, so you can make your own levels when you have played through all the 35 original levels.

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Battle City Arcade Starting Stage 2 (Vs. Battle City)
Battle City Arcade Stage results (Vs. Battle City)
Battle City Arcade Action (Vs. Battle City)
Battle City Arcade Stage 2 gameplay (Vs. Battle City)

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Alternate Titles

  • "Tank" -- Bootleg title
  • "BattleCity" -- In-game title
  • "バトルシティー" -- Japanese spelling

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Trivia

Multigame cartridges

Battle City is known as one of the most bootlegged NES games. It appears in almost every pirated "multigame" cartridge (24in1, 150in1 etc.).
GTramp (50885) added Battle City (Arcade) on Jan 31, 2014
Other platforms contributed by GTramp (50885), Michael Cassidy (17800), Infernos (14042), gamewarrior (5060), wanax (285) and Michael B (341)