When I think back to the magical wonder that was the '80s video arcade, certain particular sights and sounds spring to mind as I gaze nostalgically out towards the horizon.  I recall the ever-present tinkle of the change machine.  I recall the electric glow of all CRTs ablaze with pixellated goodness.  I recall the ozone charged smell of electric wonder in the air.  And I recall certain key games.

RobotronMs. PAC-MANSpace InvadersTempestDonkey Kong.

And Battlezone.

Yes, Atari's first-person, vector-based tank shooter all wrapped up in a wonderfully imposing up-right cabinet.  Battlezone.  I feel like it's part of my DNA.

And so does Retro Overlord Peter Hirschberg.  This is why Battlezone is proudly represented in his amazing Luna City Arcade located in Northern Virginia.

Now, one would think that a man with such a magical cave of retro delight in which to daily dwell would be satisfied with the arcade goodness found within.  But not Peter.  Peter got greedy.  He wanted the goodness of Battlezone in his pocket--with him at all times.  What's more, he has attempted to one-up the legendary green-and-black tank shooter and inject a bit of modern vitality into the tried and true formula.

Well, there was no stopping him.  Peter Hirschberg has just released Vector Tanks [App Store] for the iPhone and iPod touch through the iTunes App Store (published by Chillingo).

Vector Tanks feels like Battlezone 2.0.  It's a first-person 3D tank shooter with a vector-based battlefield display akin to the classic we know so well, but it features certain modern touches that give the game a fresh, new feel while not sullying the core retro gameplay.  The notable enhancements include semi-translucent vectors that glow with a warmth reminiscent of arcade CRTs of old, a smooth inertial "sway" to the motion of the tank, and a convincing jolt resulting from the shockwave of near-proximity explosions.  It all fits together nicely.

The game places the player on the aforementioned vector-based battlefield in a futuristic tank.  The landscape is littered with simply-shaped obstacles that can be used to shield against enemy fire.  The on-screen enemies are tanks and jeeps.  Tanks are slow-moving and dangerous, capable of firing volleys of shells in an attempt to turn your tank into slag.  Jeeps are more nimble and provide a bonus when destroyed by weaponry or crushing impact.  (With every third enemy tank destroyed, the difficulty moves up a notch.)  Several power-ups are strewn about the battlefield and can be collected to aid in battle: Rapid Fire helps with moving targets, Nuke delivers a powerful blast that can take out several enemies at once, and Shields protects against enemy fire and the Nuke shockwave, but not land mines.  Oh yea--watch out for the land mines.

In the absence of a cabinet with dual analog sticks, the tank is controlled by way of touch control at the left and right edges of the iPhone's screen; each thumb controls a set of tracks.  Both left and right thumbs forward = full speed ahead.  Left thumb forward, right thumb back = a quick turn to the right, and so forth.  Firing is handled by a tap to the center reticle.  The controls work quite well and do a fine job of preserving the unique dual-handed control of the arcade classic.

I've spent over a week with Vector Tanks and can say that it brings quality arcade action that takes me back to the arcades of my youth.  It includes most of the charm of the original bundled up in a polished, "future retro" package that's hard to put down.  While it's is a no-brainer for retro fans, any iPhone gamer who enjoys a nice action title may find Vector Tanks worth a look.

Have a look at our gameplay video to get a feel for the action.


[ Full HD version | Low Bandwidth version ]

Peter indicates that a future version will feature helicopters and possibly rocket ships, so those lamenting the game's lack of aerial opponents (the Battlezone UFO!) need not fret.  What's more, frequent updates is the plan, says Peter.

Game Details
Name: Vector Tanks (v1.0) Price: $2.99 [Buy]
Developer: Peter Hirschberg / Chillingo
Size: 3.3 MB
Device: Tested on iPhone 3G
Vector Tanks is a Battlezone remake with a "future retro" feel.  It's great fun and is perhaps the most enjoyable retro offering to be found in the App Store.

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  • http://www.appleotaku.com Apple Otaku

    Now all I have to do is tape a couple of toilet paper rolls to the screen on my iPhone and the arcade conversion will be complete.

  • http://www.appleotaku.com Apple Otaku

    Now all I have to do is tape a couple of toilet paper rolls to the screen on my iPhone and the arcade conversion will be complete.

  • Ballpeen

    Gimme!
    I'm buying it.. right..now!

    Thanks Peter. BTW: your arcade almost brings a tear to my eye. snif

    I saw you have Star Wars machine at home. How about that next? I used to be addicted to that back in my college days(when it was new).

    Other favs: Stargate, Star Castle(the band was good too..), any form of Tank (Attank in particular for the Atari 800), Spacewar. The classics.

  • Ballpeen

    Gimme!
    I'm buying it.. right..now!

    Thanks Peter. BTW: your arcade almost brings a tear to my eye. snif

    I saw you have Star Wars machine at home. How about that next? I used to be addicted to that back in my college days(when it was new).

    Other favs: Stargate, Star Castle(the band was good too..), any form of Tank (Attank in particular for the Atari 800), Spacewar. The classics.

  • Master Shake

    Damn that looks cooler than I thought it would. Nice work.

  • Master Shake

    Damn that looks cooler than I thought it would. Nice work.

  • dave

    just bought it. great game. screen contrast is a little low. my screen brightness is at max, purple vectors of terrain and mountain are too dim to see easily. everything else is beautiful.

  • dave

    just bought it. great game. screen contrast is a little low. my screen brightness is at max, purple vectors of terrain and mountain are too dim to see easily. everything else is beautiful.

  • Big Albie

    Great job Peter! Vector Tanks brings back the good old days of video gaming. And, it's even better than the original. I second Ballpeen...Star Wars Arcade would be the ultimate retro game. Of course, I'm sure Mr. Lucas would have some say in that.

  • Big Albie

    Great job Peter! Vector Tanks brings back the good old days of video gaming. And, it's even better than the original. I second Ballpeen...Star Wars Arcade would be the ultimate retro game. Of course, I'm sure Mr. Lucas would have some say in that.

  • TKO

    Wohoo! I don't even have to see the video of this. I'm downloading it *now*! Thanks Peter! You know how important it is for us retrogamers to be getting on a bit of vector blasting goodness. Especially a classic such as this.

    Yup, I reckon you have to do Star Wars next too. ..um, but probably you have to call it something other than Star Wars. There must be a way around the whole licensing issue. Isn't hard to design some cool vector plane-like space-ships, and have them based on a readily-destroyable planetoid, eh? :)

  • TKO

    Wohoo! I don't even have to see the video of this. I'm downloading it *now*! Thanks Peter! You know how important it is for us retrogamers to be getting on a bit of vector blasting goodness. Especially a classic such as this.

    Yup, I reckon you have to do Star Wars next too. ..um, but probably you have to call it something other than Star Wars. There must be a way around the whole licensing issue. Isn't hard to design some cool vector plane-like space-ships, and have them based on a readily-destroyable planetoid, eh? :)

  • Morgan Daly

    I would love to see the original arcade star wars that also had the vector graphics ported to the iPhone. Then I would have to get repaired the original cockpit version that I bought last year.

  • Morgan Daly

    I would love to see the original arcade star wars that also had the vector graphics ported to the iPhone. Then I would have to get repaired the original cockpit version that I bought last year.

  • Morgan Daly

    I would love to see the original arcade star wars that also had the vector graphics ported to the iPhone. Then I would have to get repaired the original cockpit version that I bought last year.

  • Big Albie

    Maybe the arcade star wars can build off of the Vector Tanks app by calling itself Vector Wars. It could be marketed as part of Peter's new Vector Series.

  • Big Albie

    Maybe the arcade star wars can build off of the Vector Tanks app by calling itself Vector Wars. It could be marketed as part of Peter's new Vector Series.

  • Big Albie

    Maybe the arcade star wars can build off of the Vector Tanks app by calling itself Vector Wars. It could be marketed as part of Peter's new Vector Series.

  • http://gradwellhouse.com steve poponi

    Looks and plays great!

  • http://gradwellhouse.com steve poponi

    Looks and plays great!

  • http://gradwellhouse.com steve poponi

    Looks and plays great!

  • arn

    it "feels" very nice. I will say,however, that modern gamers who have no emotional attachment to Battlezone might find it a bit simplistic.

  • arn

    it "feels" very nice. I will say,however, that modern gamers who have no emotional attachment to Battlezone might find it a bit simplistic.

  • arn

    it "feels" very nice. I will say,however, that modern gamers who have no emotional attachment to Battlezone might find it a bit simplistic.

  • rich_952000

    Was "Battlezone" on any console, or only arcade?

  • rich_952000

    Was "Battlezone" on any console, or only arcade?

  • rich_952000

    Was "Battlezone" on any console, or only arcade?

  • http://www.daninski.com Daninski

    Just bought it. I'd love to see some WiFi multiplayer for this...

  • http://www.daninski.com Daninski

    Just bought it. I'd love to see some WiFi multiplayer for this...

  • http://www.daninski.com Daninski

    Just bought it. I'd love to see some WiFi multiplayer for this...

  • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

    @rich_952000: Battlezone was ported to several consoles in the 80s and has been part of more recent retro arcade collections for modern consoles. Battlezone was the cover story of last month's Retro Gamer magazine. The article covers many of the console ports and other history of the game.

    Activision released a superb 3D first person RTS game called Battle Zone, as well. A truly excellent game.

  • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

    @rich_952000: Battlezone was ported to several consoles in the 80s and has been part of more recent retro arcade collections for modern consoles. Battlezone was the cover story of last month's Retro Gamer magazine. The article covers many of the console ports and other history of the game.

    Activision released a superb 3D first person RTS game called Battle Zone, as well. A truly excellent game.

  • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

    @rich_952000: Battlezone was ported to several consoles in the 80s and has been part of more recent retro arcade collections for modern consoles. Battlezone was the cover story of last month's Retro Gamer magazine. The article covers many of the console ports and other history of the game.

    Activision released a superb 3D first person RTS game called Battle Zone, as well. A truly excellent game.

  • Vende

    This game needs a lite version

  • Vende

    This game needs a lite version

  • Vende

    This game needs a lite version

  • cybercowboy

    @Vende

    A lite version!? Are you serious!?? Give me a break...

  • cybercowboy

    @Vende

    A lite version!? Are you serious!?? Give me a break...

  • cybercowboy

    @Vende

    A lite version!? Are you serious!?? Give me a break...

  • Daniel Glover

    It also came out for gameboy! This version is better than the gameboy one. The controlls take a bit to get the hang of but it is more complex than the original.

  • Daniel Glover

    It also came out for gameboy! This version is better than the gameboy one. The controlls take a bit to get the hang of but it is more complex than the original.

  • Daniel Glover

    It also came out for gameboy! This version is better than the gameboy one. The controlls take a bit to get the hang of but it is more complex than the original.

  • http://www.coinopspace.com/profile/Brian Brian Hanifin

    Blake, the links in the "Game Details" box go to the wrong game!!! The correct website for Vector Tanks is http://www.vectortanks.com

    Right now the link goes to something called Archibald's Adventures.

  • http://www.coinopspace.com/profile/Brian Brian Hanifin

    Blake, the links in the "Game Details" box go to the wrong game!!! The correct website for Vector Tanks is http://www.vectortanks.com

    Right now the link goes to something called Archibald's Adventures.

  • http://www.coinopspace.com/profile/Brian Brian Hanifin

    Blake, the links in the "Game Details" box go to the wrong game!!! The correct website for Vector Tanks is http://www.vectortanks.com

    Right now the link goes to something called Archibald's Adventures.

  • arn

    @Brian: fixed.

    Here's a more extensive user manual on the game and tips
    http://vectortanks.com/howtoplay.htm

  • arn

    @Brian: fixed.

    Here's a more extensive user manual on the game and tips
    http://vectortanks.com/howtoplay.htm

  • arn

    @Brian: fixed.

    Here's a more extensive user manual on the game and tips
    http://vectortanks.com/howtoplay.htm

  • KM

    @Peter - Thanks so much for making this game.

    @Vende - It's 3 freaking dollars. Even in today's slag heap of an economy, it's a bargain.

  • KM

    @Peter - Thanks so much for making this game.

    @Vende - It's 3 freaking dollars. Even in today's slag heap of an economy, it's a bargain.

  • KM

    @Peter - Thanks so much for making this game.

    @Vende - It's 3 freaking dollars. Even in today's slag heap of an economy, it's a bargain.

  • Vende

    Nope. I want a light version based on the video I've seen. I can't tell if I'd like it or not.

  • Vende

    Nope. I want a light version based on the video I've seen. I can't tell if I'd like it or not.

  • Vende

    Nope. I want a light version based on the video I've seen. I can't tell if I'd like it or not.

  • Anonymous

    Lite or not is totally a business decision. If the developer feels most IPT users would be satisfied with owning just the Lite version, then it would cannabalize its Full version sales. On one hand, the retro-lovers would easily pay for it without first trying it as they know what to expect having played it in the past. Oh the other hand, younger generations may not be familiar with Battlezone and will pass on it unless a Lite version was available. It depends on the target market.

    Vende, have you played Battlezone on other consoles before?

  • Anonymous

    Lite or not is totally a business decision. If the developer feels most IPT users would be satisfied with owning just the Lite version, then it would cannabalize its Full version sales. On one hand, the retro-lovers would easily pay for it without first trying it as they know what to expect having played it in the past. Oh the other hand, younger generations may not be familiar with Battlezone and will pass on it unless a Lite version was available. It depends on the target market.

    Vende, have you played Battlezone on other consoles before?

  • Anonymous

    Lite or not is totally a business decision. If the developer feels most IPT users would be satisfied with owning just the Lite version, then it would cannabalize its Full version sales. On one hand, the retro-lovers would easily pay for it without first trying it as they know what to expect having played it in the past. Oh the other hand, younger generations may not be familiar with Battlezone and will pass on it unless a Lite version was available. It depends on the target market.

    Vende, have you played Battlezone on other consoles before?

  • Big Albie

    Something I've noticed from playing Vector Tanks is that I've started playing Crazy Tanks again as well to get my fix. Vector Tanks gives me the retro, destructive fix, while Crazy Tanks provides the more modern, graphical hit.

  • Big Albie

    Something I've noticed from playing Vector Tanks is that I've started playing Crazy Tanks again as well to get my fix. Vector Tanks gives me the retro, destructive fix, while Crazy Tanks provides the more modern, graphical hit.

  • Big Albie

    Something I've noticed from playing Vector Tanks is that I've started playing Crazy Tanks again as well to get my fix. Vector Tanks gives me the retro, destructive fix, while Crazy Tanks provides the more modern, graphical hit.

  • Vende

    Nope, I haven't played it. And I would like to play VT based on the early reviews and actual footage: I would just prefer a lite version to test it. I can't tell if I'd like it.

  • Vende

    Nope, I haven't played it. And I would like to play VT based on the early reviews and actual footage: I would just prefer a lite version to test it. I can't tell if I'd like it.

  • Vende

    Nope, I haven't played it. And I would like to play VT based on the early reviews and actual footage: I would just prefer a lite version to test it. I can't tell if I'd like it.

  • dave

    wow, three post from Vende wanting light version. Who give a sh*t what vende want and why do we 1 of every 8 posts on this game from him to let us know?

  • dave

    wow, three post from Vende wanting light version. Who give a sh*t what vende want and why do we 1 of every 8 posts on this game from him to let us know?

  • dave

    wow, three post from Vende wanting light version. Who give a sh*t what vende want and why do we 1 of every 8 posts on this game from him to let us know?

  • TKO

    @rich_952000 I was very much into the 8-bit computers of the day when Battlezone was in the arcades and IMHO there was never an official battlezone port that came close to capturing the beauty of the original. (Unless there was a vectrex version ..I could imagine that being cool.) :)

    What the computers of the day *did* have though was Stellar 7: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellar_7 ..I had that on the Apple 2, Commodore 64, and Amiga. I'm guessing there was probably an Atari ST version too.

    It was definitely the closest thing to Battle Zone way back then. Unfortunately the Amiga version decided to add "bosses" at the end of every level, and had that oversaturated colours look that the early 16-bit titles all had. The colours I could live with, but the bosses just broke the game for me.

    The Activision Battlezone games were a great experience too. Thanks for reminding me of them Blake. I didn't like the RTS element they tried to add to the game though. I just wanted Tank combat. All this fluffing about with bio-metal mining and other base building should have been handled by the game in the background. (Great story in both games.)

    @Vende Ok, opinion noted. Now stop whining and wait for a Lite version. For the record IMHO the game *is* as good as it looks, and well worth the three bucks.

  • TKO

    @rich_952000 I was very much into the 8-bit computers of the day when Battlezone was in the arcades and IMHO there was never an official battlezone port that came close to capturing the beauty of the original. (Unless there was a vectrex version ..I could imagine that being cool.) :)

    What the computers of the day *did* have though was Stellar 7: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellar_7 ..I had that on the Apple 2, Commodore 64, and Amiga. I'm guessing there was probably an Atari ST version too.

    It was definitely the closest thing to Battle Zone way back then. Unfortunately the Amiga version decided to add "bosses" at the end of every level, and had that oversaturated colours look that the early 16-bit titles all had. The colours I could live with, but the bosses just broke the game for me.

    The Activision Battlezone games were a great experience too. Thanks for reminding me of them Blake. I didn't like the RTS element they tried to add to the game though. I just wanted Tank combat. All this fluffing about with bio-metal mining and other base building should have been handled by the game in the background. (Great story in both games.)

    @Vende Ok, opinion noted. Now stop whining and wait for a Lite version. For the record IMHO the game *is* as good as it looks, and well worth the three bucks.

  • Ballpeen

    For those who need a lite version and haven't played the game before, perhaps a version limited to 4-5 min of game play. Maybe the game stops somewhere randomly between 4-5 min. Sure they could get out then back in and repeat, but it would give the person enough time to get a taste and just enough(not too much!) frustration if they were getting into it.

    I 2nd "Vector Wars" mentioned above as a great name for a S.Wars clone.
    Instead of the Deathstar, have some other main target/targets.

    Thx Peter!

  • Ballpeen

    For those who need a lite version and haven't played the game before, perhaps a version limited to 4-5 min of game play. Maybe the game stops somewhere randomly between 4-5 min. Sure they could get out then back in and repeat, but it would give the person enough time to get a taste and just enough(not too much!) frustration if they were getting into it.

    I 2nd "Vector Wars" mentioned above as a great name for a S.Wars clone.
    Instead of the Deathstar, have some other main target/targets.

    Thx Peter!

  • Ballpeen

    For those who need a lite version and haven't played the game before, perhaps a version limited to 4-5 min of game play. Maybe the game stops somewhere randomly between 4-5 min. Sure they could get out then back in and repeat, but it would give the person enough time to get a taste and just enough(not too much!) frustration if they were getting into it.

    I 2nd "Vector Wars" mentioned above as a great name for a S.Wars clone.
    Instead of the Deathstar, have some other main target/targets.

    Thx Peter!

  • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

    TKO: Stellar 7 was a superb game. I spent hours playing it in 1984 on my Apple //c. Retro Gamer magazine has heavily covered it lately.

    Play Damon's original Apple II version of Stellar 7 on Virtual Apple II website:

    http://www.virtualapple.org/stellar7disk.html

  • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

    TKO: Stellar 7 was a superb game. I spent hours playing it in 1984 on my Apple //c. Retro Gamer magazine has heavily covered it lately.

    Play Damon's original Apple II version of Stellar 7 on Virtual Apple II website:

    http://www.virtualapple.org/stellar7disk.html

  • http://www.blakespot.com Blake Patterson

    TKO: Stellar 7 was a superb game. I spent hours playing it in 1984 on my Apple //c. Retro Gamer magazine has heavily covered it lately.

    Play Damon's original Apple II version of Stellar 7 on Virtual Apple II website:

    http://www.virtualapple.org/stellar7disk.html

  • dave

    Excellent software, intuitive controls. More fun than the original I dare say.

    Constructive criticism:

    1) The game does not ratchet up in difficulty. Multiple tanks on-screen at once would be great.

    2) Save feature would be excellent

    3) Multi-player wifi version would also be great!

    Aside from that, its damn near perfect. Now do Vector Wars! (Star Wars)

    Dave

  • dave

    Excellent software, intuitive controls. More fun than the original I dare say.

    Constructive criticism:

    1) The game does not ratchet up in difficulty. Multiple tanks on-screen at once would be great.

    2) Save feature would be excellent

    3) Multi-player wifi version would also be great!

    Aside from that, its damn near perfect. Now do Vector Wars! (Star Wars)

    Dave

  • dave

    Excellent software, intuitive controls. More fun than the original I dare say.

    Constructive criticism:

    1) The game does not ratchet up in difficulty. Multiple tanks on-screen at once would be great.

    2) Save feature would be excellent

    3) Multi-player wifi version would also be great!

    Aside from that, its damn near perfect. Now do Vector Wars! (Star Wars)

    Dave

  • sockeye

    I plan to buy Vector tanks later today just based on this review. Now I hope they will do ikari warriors and armor Alley.

  • sockeye

    I plan to buy Vector tanks later today just based on this review. Now I hope they will do ikari warriors and armor Alley.

  • sockeye

    I plan to buy Vector tanks later today just based on this review. Now I hope they will do ikari warriors and armor Alley.

  • Alex Santos

    This game is seriously addictive. The graphics and animation are fantastic. I hope the developer considers porting versions of other vector games to the iPhone. He has done a seriously terrific job and it is in many ways better than the original. I love it. Definitely worth the price!

  • Alex Santos

    This game is seriously addictive. The graphics and animation are fantastic. I hope the developer considers porting versions of other vector games to the iPhone. He has done a seriously terrific job and it is in many ways better than the original. I love it. Definitely worth the price!

  • Alex Santos

    This game is seriously addictive. The graphics and animation are fantastic. I hope the developer considers porting versions of other vector games to the iPhone. He has done a seriously terrific job and it is in many ways better than the original. I love it. Definitely worth the price!

  • Anonymous

    Can Peter Hirschberg add a accelerometer feature for firing? Say a quick tilt forward to fire the cannon instead of releasing my thumbs just to fire.

  • Anonymous

    Can Peter Hirschberg add a accelerometer feature for firing? Say a quick tilt forward to fire the cannon instead of releasing my thumbs just to fire.

  • Anonymous

    Can Peter Hirschberg add a accelerometer feature for firing? Say a quick tilt forward to fire the cannon instead of releasing my thumbs just to fire.

  • SpoonGouge

    My iTunes says not available in the U.S. WTF?

  • SpoonGouge

    My iTunes says not available in the U.S. WTF?

  • SpoonGouge

    My iTunes says not available in the U.S. WTF?

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