Tank Universal skaber en enorm virtuel "Tron"-lignende verden, hvor du deltager i enorme 3D-tankslag med masser af enheder (både venligtsindede og knapt så venligtsindede) på helt åbne baner! Spillerne kan bombardere fjenden på afstand eller rykke helt tæt på og undvige granaterne på klos hold – alt sammen i nervepirrende...
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Udgivelsesdato: 21. aug 2008

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"30fps lock."


“Tank Universal er en sammensmeltning af filmen Tron og spillet Battlezone. Dette tankslagsspil bliver andet og mere end et sjovt lille stykke tidsfordriv – det ender med at sætte en helt ny standard i indie-udviklingsfællesskabet.”
78% – GameFocus
“En af sommerens bedst bevarede hemmeligheder. Der ligger en hel del strategi på lur under løb og skyd-gameplayet. Kunsten består i at have viljestyrke nok til faktisk at holde op med at spille dette spil igen. Det er ret så vanedannende.”
81% – GameChronicles

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Tank Universal skaber en enorm virtuel "Tron"-lignende verden, hvor du deltager i enorme 3D-tankslag med masser af enheder (både venligtsindede og knapt så venligtsindede) på helt åbne baner!
Spillerne kan bombardere fjenden på afstand eller rykke helt tæt på og undvige granaterne på klos hold – alt sammen i nervepirrende første persons-perspektiv.
  • 20 baner med stærkt vanedannende og intense tank-slag
  • Nogle af missionerne kræver, at du forlader din beskyttende tank og udforsker omgivelserne til fods
  • Muligheder for at opgradere våben og tankudstyr
  • Kæmp side om side med allierede imod ekstremt intelligente og talrige fjender
  • Spektakulært udseende virtuel verden og helt ubegribelige partikeleffekter
  • Led slaget i en hvilken som helst retning med helt åbne baner, der giver spillemæssig frihed
  • Fængslende historie, der skifter imellem den "virkelige verden" og den digitale, virtuelle verden
  • Forbedrede opløsninger inkl. widescreen-understøttelse op til 1680x1050
  • Lås op for over 25 præstationer, herunder Roadkill, Sheep Master og den absolut vigtigste, Saviour of the Resistance


    • Understøttede operativsystemer: Windows Vista/XP/2000
    • Processor: 2,0 GHz processor
    • Hukommelse: 512 MB
    • Grafikkort: DirectX-kompatibelt 128 MB grafikkort*
    • DirectX-version: DirectX 8.0 eller nyere
    • Lydkort: 100% DirectX-kompatibelt lydkort
    • Harddisk: 250 MB ledig plads på harddisken
    • * Tank Universal understøtter ikke indbyggede Intel-grafikkort
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10.0 timer bogført
Indsendt: 1. juli
If you're of that age where you watched Tron on the big screen and marvelled at the visual style, then you've come to the right place.

Of all the Tron-related games and sequel movies (and I include Tron 2.0 in this!), I think this game comes the closest to replicating the "feel" of the world of the first Tron movie. The only thing missing are the discs and the clank-clank as you walk around (which Tron 2.0 got so so right for me)..

So, what is Tank Universal? Well, it's a Tron-homage-labour-of-love. It's clearly an indie game. The lack of voice-overs, and very simplistic animation marks it out as a small-team (one man?) effort. Also, the story is very similar to Tron (Bad Guy taking over the system, User logs in to kick ♥♥♥, and all other programs are amazed at how the User has more skills and powers)...

Tank Universal packs so much in. There's a little bit of wandering-around on foot, and a lot of time spent in a tank. While in the tank, you can traverse mazes, explore the beautiful world they created, play domination, and so on. Everything under the 'umbrella' of being a good dude fighting in a world of bad dudes, and needing to travel around it to stay ahead of the 'bad dudes', while getting closer to the 'big bad dude' for the final fight... There's really quite a lot of variety, and stuff isn't repeated to death, like they would be in a AAA game, where they have to milk every last cent out of an expensive asset (for example).

I was impressed by pretty much everything in this game. The ship/tank models are lush. The world design is stunning. The sounds/music are very very close to Tron, and the visuals are 100% spot-on (They even replicate the irregular 'flashing' of the poor rotoscoping in the movie by pulsing the brightness.. So ingenous..)..

Is there anything which makes me unhappy? That the game ended. Playing domination was great fun (I was playing in easy mode, which may explain it).

So, if you love Tron, and want to play a tron-like classic good vs. evil game, and aren't too hung up over spoken voiceovers, or FMV, then this game is for you!.

Highly Recommended
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1 af 1 brugere (100%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
1.1 timer bogført
Indsendt: 25. oktober
Buy this only when it is on sale. This game is part one of a two part series, it seems. The controls are a bit weird which makes it a nuisance to play. I sometimes went back and replayed missions to see how many different ways there were to beat them, it's a shame I couldn't find any user-made missions. The story is all right, not groundbreaking at all because the plot is predictable. I wish you could choose what tank you drive in this, because then there would not only be more replay value, but more of a challenge for some missions.
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2 af 3 brugere (67%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
26.5 timer bogført
Indsendt: 23. august
Tank Universal is one of the most weird, yet ambitious indies you'll ever play, as it tries to introduce you to a story that's not even defined by the end of the title. Developed by a single person, New Zealand's graphic designer Phil Jones, the game kicks off by introducing you to a terminally ill patient who was prescribed a virtual reality headset in order to help him relax. Inside this virtual reality is where you will take control of Unit8, a soldier finding himself at the beginning of a revolution against the society that rules the virtual world, deciding to join the resistance and help them defeat Gorgon, the ruler and oppressor of their world. From that point onwards, the game will send you on different snatch and grab missions combined with the occasional open combat against Gorgon's forces, which does get repetitive after a while, even though each chapter has its unique twist. Even though the premise is kind of weird and intriguing in its own way, this first chapter of who knows how many has nothing new to offer, as we've seen numerous dictators vs resistance stories before, and this one has nothing new to offer. There are only a few characters defined with names, such as the commander of the resistance whose orders you will follow, but there is nothing that will make you attached to his story or the cause you're fighting for, making the entire story feel pointless and boring nonetheless as you will spend most of your time moving from point A to point B without any given purpose.
Rating: 5.5

Even though there are some on-foot sections those are strictly implemented for the sake of the story, leaving the rest of the action to be experienced from inside your tank, the instrument of the only gameplay mechanics you'll get to play with. Aside from simple movements you will have nine different abilities for your tank, ranging from speed boosts to healing and even a nuclear bomb later on in the game. Using each one of those abilities requires shards, which you can acquire by destroying enemy tanks, making it vital to collect each shard if you want to head into the next battle prepared. While the first abilities you'll earn will also be the ones you'll use the most even by the end of the game, as using speed boost in order to dodge enemy fire is key, the ones unlocked later on will probably be a one time use only, as things such as mines or smoke bombs are less efficient and use shards that can otherwise be used on the traditional, yet efficient weapons. The objectives you'll aim for will quickly become dull as well, even though the game somehow combines them in chapters in order to hide that, but in a slow moving tank across a battlefield filled with objectives such as destroy thing A or reach point B, it's hard to have fun when you're constantly doing the same thing in the same way you did before; there is simply nothing new worth unlocking as you progress to the game, as you will see everything good there is in the first hour and be disappointed afterwards as you notice that's all there is.
Rating: 6

The sad truth about Tank Universal is that it looks outdated and ugly; sure, the game wants to look retro, but low resolution textures, limited colors and ugly visual effects are things that cling more to outdated than retro. On top of that, even considering the Tron-like look of the game, the environments look roughly the same, rarely changing colors or a few objects here and there to differentiate levels.
Rating: 3.5

The tehno beats go in theme with the overall look of the game, but everything else from repetitive and low quality effects to annoying explosion sounds and the lack of dialogue makes the audio part of Tank Universal something you could easily live without, as the sound effects will rapidly get annoying and repetitive.
Rating: 4.5

It takes around eight hours to finish Tank Universal, and even if there is a multiplayer mode, I couldn't recommend that as it lacks modes and barely works properly at all, and even when it does it still gets boring after 10 minutes. You could try to replay some of the chapters in order to achieve the highest level and earn all achievements, but even with all that you can only squeeze a few more hours.
Rating: 7

Tank Universal is quite impressive considering the fact that it's all been done by one single person, but leaving his congratulations aside, this is still a pretty bad game, as the story is barely an introduction to what may possibly happen in a future sequel and the gameplay becomes boring quickly enough, not to mention the outdated graphics and sound design.
Rating Overall: 5.3

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Indsendt: 4. januar 2014
A highly sopisticated Tron like game where you alternate between controlling a 65 year old man, and a 65 year old man driving a vehicle with all the handling of a refrigerator precariously perched atop a unicycle.
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99 af 114 brugere (87%) fandt denne anmeldelse brugbar
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0.3 timer bogført
Indsendt: 6. januar 2014
You're probably reading this because you liked the tank scenes in the movie Tron.
Not coincidentally, Meridian4 made Tank Universal because THEY liked the tank scenes in Tron.
And I bought it because I like the... well, you know. And it definitely has a certain Tron vibe, only instead of Jeff Bridges, the protagonist is a bored, incapacitated old man. Compelling!

Am I glad I bought it? Yes, because now I don't have to wonder if I was missing out on something great. So IS Tank Universal great? No. Is it worth your time as a die-hard Tron fan? Possibly. And if you've never seen Tron? Less, um... possibly.

Ask yourself:
"Do I enjoy Tron-inspired games where the primary mechanic is mentally calculating how to hit moving targets from a moving vehicle on sloped sufaces with a relatively slow-moving projectile that is affected by gravity (even though the existance of gravity in a digital world makes no sense)?"
If the answer is "yes" and you have $5 to spare, buy Tank Universal.

But also ask yourself:
"Am I deeply annoyed by incoherent/irrelevant storylines, especially when I'm forced to endure them in lengthy, unskippable cinematics?"
"Do my eyes roll back into my head during tedious, unnecessary travel sequences through static environments with no interaction?"
"Do I have a hard time letting go of my nagging sensation that a game, for some unknown reason, isn't as good as it could have been?"
"Did I hate Tron?"
If the answer is "yes" to any of these, consider passing over Tank Universal. Maybe the tank moved a little too slugishly, or maybe the upgrading & leveling system lacked the right incentives or rewards. I could never figure it out. The game always felt like off-brand Legos: that kind that fit together, though not quite right, and never with that secure, satisfying "click" of precision. Don't get me wrong, it's still fun, but why didn't Grandma just buy EXACTLY what I WROTE on my *** **** LIST!?!?

Sorry, I'm thinking of my 9th birthday. What were we talking about again?
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