DescriptionWild Metal Country is an action game in which one of five little tanks can be selected to control. Tank-like machines have gone wild on the three different planets of the Tehric system and the player's job is to defeat them.
The battles take place in desolate mountain environments. The big differences in altitude play an important role in the game. In the single player mode, complete levels by collecting 8 colored power cores, which are defended by the machines, and returning them to one of several hovering stores. The player has an infinite amount of lives. The weaponry consists of 8 types of missiles and 4 types of mines. Help is received from a pair of helicopters that drop ammo and provide healing.
The two tracks of the tank are operated independently. For example, make a quick spin by going forward with one track and backwards with the other. Moreover the turret can be turned in any direction. The camera always moves with the turret sometimes diverting the view towards the camera. The angle of the turret and the distance the rockets travel can be changed. The tank can only be controlled using the keyboard.
Noteworthy aspects of the game are: the physics modelling, the 3D engine and the amount of freedom the player has (no time constraints etc.).
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- "Wild Metal" -- Dreamcast title
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|IGN||Jan 31, 2000||8.3 out of 10||83|
|Power Unlimited||May, 2000||7 out of 10||70|
|Video Games||Mar, 2000||52 out of 100||52|
|neXGam||2000||4.8 out of 10||48|
|Mega Fun||May, 2000||40 out of 100||40|
|GameSpot||Feb 02, 2000||3.7 out of 10||37|
|Game Informer Magazine||Apr, 2000||3 out of 10||30|
|All Game Guide||2000||30|
|Consoles Plus||Mar, 2000||20 out of 100||20|
|Planet Dreamcast||Feb 13, 2000||1.5 out of 10||15|
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Freeware ReleaseThe PC version of the game is available as free download from Rockstar Games in their Rockstar Classics series. See the related sites section for a link.
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