3 Tank Games from 1992 to the Present
You are into tanks? Guess what, we are too. And that is why we present you the best tank games since 1992!
Pacific Islands (1992)
Pacific Islands was a first person tanks game that put you in control of a whole platoon.
It has a fair deal of tactic involved and it is a great simulation game involving team management. The storyline is fairly simple: the national security of a pacific island is on stake as some conflicts arise. The game allows one to change between the various units under your order. Your primary aim with your teams is to take over the crucial areas of the enemies, destroy them and to break their communication networks. The design of the game is nicely detailed. You find yourself in the jungle, in the mines and several other settings. The control is also quite good. Overall the game and the design are pretty good considering the year it was made in. Pretty old-school, huh?
Tokyo Wars (1995)
You know your city has seen better days, when your roads are overrun with two large teams of tanks. That’s exactly the situation you find yourself in when playing Tokyo Wars. You take control of either the green or white tank squadrons. And there’s one single goal you follow: destroy the other one.
As much as eight players can join in this game with a selection between Soviet T72s or Japanese Type 90 Kyu-maru in the tank melee at once. The images remain crushing cars and remarkable to this day beneath your tank’s treads stays one of the purest enjoyments of gaming. Tokyo Wars spiritual sequel can also be worth checking out: the called Tank! Tank! Tank!
World Of Tanks (2010 to present)
With a concurrent player record that keeps being broken over and over again and just under 80 million registered users, World of Tanks on PC is now one among the century’s largest online tank games in record time.
The game has an incredible amount of over 500 armored vehicles — all of which can be controlled by the player! World Of Tanks is a massive multiplayer online tank game that puts you in control of a SPG, tank destroyer, or just one tank. The game then throws you into the game: up to 30 players can be in one single game.
When you’re tank is destroyed the game is over for you. At that point you can either watch the remainder of the match play out over player cams, or rebound right back to your garage and leap into another game before the preceding one has even finished.