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ThinkTanks (Linux)

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Description

In this future, combat tanks are controlled by the brains of former soldiers, to prevent an alien race having to fight its own wars. As one of those soldiers, you have rebelled, and are on a mission to rescue your cohorts.

Three types of tanks are available - light, medium and heavy, trading off speed against armor and weaponry. With tank powerups, boost pads, and shields, you can give your tank a leg up on the competition. Players can engage in a variety of single and multiplayer types of games - single-player missions or quick play, multiple Battlematch and Scrum (a rugby variant with tanks).

All battles are held in different stages of combat arenas spanning various landscapes. From the lush green islands to spooky hollow's and lava lands, the player will traverse terrain that is almost as deadly as their opponents.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Сорванная Башня" -- Russian spelling
  • "Think Tanks" -- Alternate spelling

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Related Web Sites

  • Have Engine, Will Travel (An Apple Games article about a number of games offered by GarageGames which utilize their game development tools, including ThinkTanks. Commentary is provided by GarageGames Partner Jay Moore and GarageGames President Jeff Tunnell (April, 2003).)
  • Instant Action (New GarageGames-owned site where you can play ThinkTanks in your browser)
Derek Manning (62) added ThinkTanks (Linux) on Feb 22, 2007
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