Tank Universal presenta un enorme mundo virtual tipo "Tron" en donde participarás en grandiosas batallas de tanques en 3D con cientos de unidades aliadas y rivales en niveles abiertos. Los jugadores podrán bombardear desde lejos al enemigo o acercarse y esquivar proyectiles a bocajarro, todo en una absorbente perspectiva en...
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"30fps lock."

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“Tank Universal es el hijo natural de la película Tron y del juego Battlezone. Este juego de batallas de tanques es algo más que un simple entretenimiento, es un título de referencia en la comunidad de desarrollo independiente.”
GameFocus - 78%
“Uno de los secretos mejor guardados de este verano. Hay un poco de estrategia que se esconde tras la mecánica de correr y disparar. Lo difícil es lograr dejar de jugar a este juego. Es bastante adictivo.”
GameChronicles - 81%

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Tank Universal presenta un enorme mundo virtual tipo "Tron" en donde participarás en grandiosas batallas de tanques en 3D con cientos de unidades aliadas y rivales en niveles abiertos.

Los jugadores podrán bombardear desde lejos al enemigo o acercarse y esquivar proyectiles a bocajarro, todo en una absorbente perspectiva en primera persona.

Características:

  • 20 niveles de adictivas e intensas batallas entre tanques

  • En algunas misiones, tendrás que salir del tanque y explorar el mundo a pie

  • Podrás mejorar las armas y el equipo del tanque

  • Colabora con tus aliados para derrotar a las hordas de enemigos inteligentes

  • Un mundo virtual de aspecto imponente con sorprendentes efectos de partículas

  • Combate en cualquier dirección dentro de enormes niveles abiertos que permiten libertad de juego

  • Intrigante trama que alterna entre el "mundo real" y el mundo virtual digital

  • Resolución mejorada, incluida compatibilidad con formato panorámico de hasta 1680 x 1050

  • Desbloquea más de 25 logros, incluidos Roadkill (atropello), Sheep Master (amo de las ovejas) y el importantísimo Saviour of the Resistance (salvador de la resistencia)

Requisitos del sistema

    Requisitos mínimos:

    • Sistema operativo: Windows Vista/XP/2000

    • Procesador: 2 GHz

    • Memoria: 512 MB

    • Tarjeta gráfica: compatible con DirectX de 128 MB*

    • Versión de DirectX: DirectX 8.0 o superior

    • Tarjeta de sonido: 100% compatible con DirectX

    • Disco duro: 250 MB de espacio libre en disco

    • * Tank Universal no es compatible con tarjetas gráficas integradas Intel
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A 10 de 11 personas (91%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 23 de mayo
At first glance, the appeal of this game comes from the contrasting colors of its tron inspired graphic style, although it is not a graphically intensive game. The graphic style works well given the story of the game and some tidbits like animations for dying, respawning, and starting a level. Something that was bugging me about the game, however, is that after doing some searching online the developers of the game stated that the game was locked at 30 fps. I'm not playing on a potato here. The sound is appropriate to the visual style of the game and changes to accent certain in game events, but it can get repetitive.

As for the gameplay of this game, you wander around some twenty odd levels as either a tank or a soldier on foot. As a foot soldier you don’t have weapons and can only run around and use a shield and its gameplay consists of either exploring around structures that are too cramped for a tank or running across a battlefield and using your shield to protect you. As a tank, you go around the map completing objectives such as traveling to advance the story, escorting units, or base defense/offense where you have to build up your base and capture the enemy key/flag while keeping your own safe. During the base missions, you don’t have to micro manage units or building anything, all you usually need to do is bring a resource to the base to make it begin construction and mark resources for harvesting and the computer will automatically build things. You also have only one primary weapon, the tank’s cannon which can be charged for more area of effect and damage, but charge resets if you are damaged. You also need to collect shards from killed enemies to use powerups such as sprinting or firing rockets or summoning units. Once you have enough shards you can use any power that you have unlocked according to its cost. To unlock these power ups and upgrade them, certain tasks will give you points to upgrade them as will finishing levels and you have to go to an upgrade station as a tank. Some power ups can be used with only a few shards and others are very powerful, but you need to save the shards; but I personally preferred to use them on sprinting most of the time.

Many of the levels give you the idea that the world is huge and as such, you are incredibly slow without sprinting, but your sprinting is limited by these shards which only drop upon killing enemies. This problem is compounded by the game’s respawn locations and lack of a save system. If you die on some levels, you could be ages away from the next objective, but at least you will respawn with some shards to spring back, if only for a little while. As for the lack of a save system, you must complete a level in full or your progress will not be saved, so make sure that if you play this game that you can commit some time into finishing a level or just idle on it. If it weren’t for the slow pace of the game compounded with sometimes terrible respawning locations, the game would be more enjoyable, but it is still worth playing it to play something that is a different genre.
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A 8 de 12 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 24 de mayo
Pro:
As others have said TRON (#1 not #2)
Tank fun
Looks good
Demo
Steam Chieves
Often on sale

Con:
Part 1 of 2, which will probably never exist
Controls are a bit iffy
No cards
The tanks are not that great (from a tank game point of view)
Screen capture doesn't work

Other:
yes 30 fps. If your one of these people who seem to think if you can't get 60, 90 or 120+ fps on a game it's not worth playing .... please leave steam.

Overall:
Since this games is often 75%, 90% or in a bundle ... grab it when it's cheap. Till then grab the demo.
4/10 (+1 demo, +1 tron-ish) = 6/10
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 1 de julio
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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Best game i've ever uninstalled.
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Publicado el 15 de marzo
Massive tank battles with a piece of strategy.
The one big minus is speed of our tank and very long routes on some levels.
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