What would you do if you were a tiny toy tank? Well, chances are you’d blow everything up, chaos and mayhem following in your wake. Probably safer to do that in Arenas Of Tanks though, as I hear the repair bill for ruined buildings – and lives even more so – is quite high these days. Unlike this particular game.
Oh. Right. I guess toy tanks don’t really pose a great threat to national security, given the fact that, well, they’re rather tiny. My point still stands. Just needs to be scaled down somewhat. Anyway, tanks! Multiplayer! Mayhem! Movement and accuracy – nothing else matters. Get those down and you can blow everyone else up with ease. Maybe.
Okay so using the radar might also be a good idea, much like replenishing your health by picking up scraps and – wait, trading in points to recruit friendly tanks? What, they just teleport them into the battlefield? Man, this type of video game sure has come a long way since Tank (1974, Atari). See, back in my day… hey! Don’t you dare close that tab! Alright, fine. Back to Arenas Of Tanks.
So, with five different arenas, five different gameplay goals, and boss fights to really test your ability to maneuver a slow-moving vehicle of absolute death, this just might be what the doctor ordered for blowing up your friends. Or AI opponents, pending real humans with an interest in getting blown up. Such a strange emphasis on explosions, now that I think about it, but hey, way of the tank and all that.
Arenas Of Tanks is available on Steam, Switch, PlayStation 4|5, and Xbox One/Series X|S, with a $4.99 price tag.