Warthog Wars (Windows)

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Warthog Wars is a dual-stick shooter in which the player controls a tank. During the campaign, the player has to solve a number of missions in order to weaken the enemy. This usually involves driving around, shooting a lot to kill enemies, and dodging bullets to avoid death. Examples for the goals are destroying enemy beacons (enemy generators) by driving over them or killing bosses. Power-ups constantly spawn on the playfield and reward weapon upgrades or health when picked up.

In survival mode, the player has to destroy a certain number of beacons which create an increasing number of enemies during each wave. Playing both modes rewards credits which can be invested into health, weapon or speed upgrades from the main menu.


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The game was in developed for about a year, including a complete re-start from scratch.


The game is inspired by the Halo series.


The young age of the author Matthew Mistele (14 years at the time of release) led to a number of features in online magazines. According to his blog, the release was followed by a job offer (developing a mobile app for a A4 wheeler shop in Australia) and an invitation by Bungie for a private studio tour.

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Patrick Bregger (210512) added Warthog Wars (Windows) on Oct 06, 2015
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