Tank Universal: Challenger Eight Crack/Patch

Tank Universal: Challenger Eight Our hero, George, after a trip to the doctor, has been given bad news. He's also been given a large quantity of different pills, presumably to treat some unknown yet terminal illness, and to cheer him up he's also been given a VR helmet. On donning the helmet, George (under your control) is able to explore a strange virtual world. All goes well until he is "recruited" by the mysterious figures in this virtual world and forced to take part in a ritual combat exercise. Tank Universal creates a huge virtual 'Tron-like' world where you take part in immense 3D tank battles involving scores of units both friendly and not so friendly in wide open levels. Players can bombard the enemy from a distance or close the gap and dodge shells point blank - all in an immersive first person perspective. [Meridian4]

Download Tank Universal: Challenger Eight Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 69 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1531
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi
Company / Developer
Meridian4 / Dialogue Design

Tank Universal: Challenger Eight reviews ( 7 )

AlexM, Jan 12, 2010

This game is extremely addicting and while it looks simple it is more complicated then you would think and it causes yu to strategize i loved the large battles with hubs i dont think there were enough of those

MatthewW., Sep 1, 2008

A very good tank game. In fact the only tank new game I can think of. I bit old school (but in a good way) and needs to be played in the dark, dew to to Tron like graphics. This game has a very high "just one more go" factor. Good stuff.

CannibalBob, Oct 21, 2008

A simple game, really. If you enjoy tanks, and you enjoy being told a story, then this game's for you. The graphics have a TRON-like look and you never get tired of them. Blowing apart an enemy from a long range is very satisfying, as is building up enough points to get some unlocks. I don't know how else to praise the game besides saying it is quite simply: FUN. It took me 8.6 hours to beat it on normal. The flaws: I'd have to say one annoying flaw is the lack of music in the game. The menu music as well as music heard during certain rare moments is really really awesome, so I'm disappointed to hear it so rarely. Browsing the music folder in the game yields a hefty amount of sweet 'tunes so it's strange to see they're not played all the time. If I had to nitpick, I'd have to say the enemy and team mate AI could use a bit of work, and the pacing of the game can be a little off. Using the speed-boost ability definitely helps but due to its high cost, you use it rarely. If I were to make a suggestion: I'd rather have the speed boost be free, but you become a lot more susceptible to damage when using it.

ChrisP., Nov 30, 2008

For an indie game this one is pretty good. It's obvious that a fair bit of effort went into developing the in-tank game play and I think it works well. You know it's an indie game as it's lacking any voice over acting, instead you get speech bubbles you have to read. Some dramatic music here and there would be nice but doesn't detract too much. Overall an enjoyable game.

stevek, Jan 25, 2010

short but sweet. an excellent example of indie gaming. to think this game was made entirely by ONE PERSON makes me very impressed by the overall product. as for glitches and whatnot, i never encountered a single one... and on multiple playthroughs. THAT alone puts this head and shoulders above most big name projects out there. personally, i like the quieter moments as it help accentuate the moments when things get crazy, but this is a personal taste. "atmospheric", i would call it. those complaining about "bad graphics" really should be ashamed of themselves and never review another game until they grow up a little. this game was obviously influenced by a true TRON fan and i applaud him for his effort. all things considered, this game deserves a 8.5-9ish

KyleG, Dec 26, 2009

this game must be horribly coded because when you are looking around most of the time the walls and floor dissapear and my framerate drops to like 2SPF (not fps) and the only real way to fix this is to look up but that only works till you look down again. imho if all of that was fixed it could be a better game but right now, it sux, not worth paying for

MaxH, Dec 28, 2008

This game is lame. Some old guy created this in a few days on his home pc and is trying to make a buck. Bad Bad Bad game developer. First there is no music to speak of. Second the graphics are so throw back that they make you wonder why they even made the game. The only saving grace for this game is the gameplay. The controls are solid and responsive.