http://appshopper.com/link/res Well since I can't seem to find my old thread about this nifty game, I thought I'd make a new one since it was put back in the store and a new update was released. The game is now called RES Tank Mobile Combat and is still $0.99. The new update with 'updated graphics' adds another layer of polish to the game, and features spiffy grayscale shading and rendering. (I'd post some screenshots but honestly still images don't do the game any justice) My Quick Review: It's not often you can find a nice retro inspired shooter that controls well, is easy to pick up and play, and costs only a dollar. However RES has exceeded my prior expectations to downloading it. It's basically a retro tank FPS, something similar to Vector Tanks. Looking at the screenshots many may think it looks horrible, hard to control, and overly simple. However this is a key example of not judging an app by it's screenshots. I was really surprised at how well the controls work, especially since I am not a big fan of accelerometer controls. The game calibrates as soon as you press 'Start' and from there you tilt forward, back, and to both sides to steer. Since this is a tank battle game there is no strafing or moving directly right/left. You must move quickly throughout the level, dodging bullets and shooting enemies. A unique feature of the block-like structures is that enemies and bullets can't move through them. This can provide some quick shelter while you're running from the masses. In order to defeat them you simply tap anywhere on the screen to fire. Repeatedly tapping will result in a machine gun type spray. While this does sound pretty easy, believe me it gets harder. You start the game out with 12 lives, when you get hit you lose a life. Each level you can gain another life by surviving for 30 seconds. However, there are easily ten or more enemies per level, which are bent on destroying you. The randomly generated "cities" add to the replay value, but the main factor is trying to beat your high score. The game saves your all time highest score, and compares it with your newest score once you are defeated. Overall the game is challenging, addictive, and plays great. For just a dollar and the incentive of updates, this game is great fun for your buck.