Tank Hero: Laser Wars

Tank Hero: Laser Wars

Tank Hero: Laser Wars is an action-oriented game that does not require a lot of thinking. All you need to have is some strategy, luck and quick fingers. Clearly the game will appeal to people who need some action at the moment so if you want something else, then Tank Hero: Laser Wars is not for you.

The game takes you to some distant feature where machines control everything. In a way it looks and feels like games such as Unreal Tournament and Quake. After a short intro film you are given a tank and then you are good to go – the main goal of the game is to survive for as long as possible. Your opponents will be tanks just like you and you will have to shoot them all in order to win. Speaking of this there are numerous levels and once you eliminate all resistance you can advance to the next level. The thing is that every new level is tougher than the previous one but this is to be expected.

The gameplay of Tank Hero: Laser Wars is surprisingly simple – you can control the tank by using something like a display joystick and then you shoot by tapping the screen of your Android device. The direction in which you tap sends your laser shell in the same direction. Everything is as simple as this. Apart from this the game seems to be in 3D mode only, which is nice. The graphics are also nice. Good job here!

Tank Hero: Laser Wars is a nice action game that will appeal to fans of the genre. The app does not require thinking – just command your tank and shoot like a sniper and you will be fine. So go ahead and kick some butt!

Tank Hero: Laser Wars is here on Google Play.

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