DescriptionT-Mek is essentially an updated Battlezone. You are a warrior battling in the T-Mek competition, a hugely popular event in the future. You control a hovercraft and try to blow up everyone else.
The action is viewed from your perspective as you travel around the arena. You also have an overall view of where your opponents are. Terrain surfaces and characteristics vary in each battle. In most levels you need to reach a certain score to progress, however there are out-and-out one-off Deathmatch duels to deal with periodically.
|Mad Max meets Battlezone||gametrader (229)||unrated|
|Defunct Games||Jan 08, 2006||69 out of 100||69|
|Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)||Nov, 1995||6.1 out of 10||61|
|Video Games & Computer Entertainment||Dec, 1995||6 out of 10||60|
|The Atari Times||Mar 10, 2008||60 out of 100||60|
|GamePro (US)||Feb, 1996||3 out of 5||60|
|Ultimate Gamer Magazine||Jan, 1996||5 out of 10||50|
|Digital Press - Classic Video Games||Sep 20, 2005||5 out of 10||50|
|IGN||Dec 04, 2008||4 out of 10||40|
|Sega-16.com||Aug 23, 2010||2 out of 10||20|
|The Video Game Critic||Jan 20, 2001||F||0|
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TriviaT-Mek was received so badly that one particular critic wrote the following review: (Was from http://www.gamesdomain.com/gdr.cgi?zones/reviews/pc/mar97/tmek.html - no longer up)
The problem is, that T-MEK has no redeeming features whatsoever. None. You may think I'm exaggerating, but I'm not. I haven't seen such a poorly executed game since, well, since the last one. In fact, I'm not going to write anything else about the game. It's that bad. Don't buy it. That is all. Go on. Go home.