Blast Your Enemies with Tank Hero 3D for Android
Do you remember Bomberman? Or maybe you are more familiar with that tanks game from the Wii that comes with the console. In any case, if you like this type of fire and dodge type of games, then you will absolutely love what XDA member mark0+1 has in stock for you. Tank Hero 3D is very well made with beautiful graphics, smooth game play. The game’s objective is very simple, kill all your enemy tanks before they kill you. Bullets will bounce off the walls, so make sure that you use this to your favor. The enemy tanks will have different attributes, so try not to get overconfident when going up against them.
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- OpenGL 3D graphics
- Campaign and Survival game modes with 40 levels each
- 4 weapons to choose from
- 5 types of AI tanks to fight against
- Multitouch and trackball control schemes
- MORE LEVELS, WEAPONS, AND FEATURES COMING SOON!
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