iPad Crazy Tanks Lite version released

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  1. bootant

    bootant Well-Known Member

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    #1 bootant, Feb 25, 2009
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    We released a free lite version of Crazy Tanks. LINK to AppStore.

    Full version of Crazy Tanks is only $0.99
    We released couple updates since it was released.
    We added more levels, new enemy tanks.
    We added stages, statistics and medals.
    We fixed few bugs :)

    We are working on more levels.
    We develop Level Editor.
    And we are working on multiplayer (sorry it takes so long)




    Enjoy!
     
  2. Zincous

    Zincous Well-Known Member

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    YAY multiplayer!!!!

    can't wait :D
     
  3. Big Albie

    Big Albie Well-Known Member

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    Crazy Tanks is one of the best games out there! The new tanks and the multiplayer will make it even better.
     
  4. bootant

    bootant Well-Known Member

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    thanks!
     
  5. app-inured

    app-inured Well-Known Member

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    Another lite version that convinced me *not* to buy the full app.

    Why no proper tilt calibration? It doesn't allow me to play in a position I'm comfortable in and so I won't even consider a purchase until it does. No screen-flip either?

    Also, by level 5 the map is so big and convoluted that it ought to be 'crazy maze tanks'. If the radar were a mini-map that showed structures it'd help, but as an enemy radar it doesn't help me find my way back through the lengthy maze to the enemies that just killed me in the final part of the stage! I can only imagine that the full game has levels bigger and even more tedious to navigate.

    Internet (not local wifi) multiplayer with a few intelligently designed arenas could save the day, though.
     
  6. Wegmans

    Wegmans Well-Known Member

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    Yeah Bootant, why doesn't the mini map show the boundaries? That would make it much more fun! It wouldn't be that hard to put that in there, would it?
     
  7. bootant

    bootant Well-Known Member

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    Good idea! We'll try to implement it.
     

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