Treadnauts

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Treadnauts

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 17, 2018
Xbox OneAug 17, 2018
PCAug 17, 2018
Nintendo SwitchAug 17, 2018

Publisher: Topstitch Games

TANK A PEEK Treadnauts gives competitive platform fighters a kiss of physics finesse. Gracefully pilot your tank through gorgeous arenas to land a deadly shot on your opponents! You've got a slew of useful tricks at your disposal, including treads that stick to any wall, boosters for midair hops, zero-friction slides, and rocket jumps for soaring into the sky. It's all about moving with style! TANK YOUR PICK - Four playable zones, each with unique mechanics and physics objects - Explosive couch competitive mode for 2-4 artillery rocket scientists - Computer AI tanks with three difficulty levels - Single-player Target Test mode with medals to earn - Laser guns, grappling hooks, homing shells, and tons of other power-ups to collect - A dynamic soundtrack by King Felix that changes every time you play - Player progression with levels, maps and characters to unlock - Modifiers to shake things up: zero gravity, slow motion, chaos mode and many more! TANK FLIGHT!!
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Reviews

Treadnauts has a lot to like about it, but the narrow focus on local multiplayer makes it a bit of a one-trick pony. On one hand, sitting down with three others to play is a blast, but on the other, it wears thin by yourself and doesn't offer anything other than a harder-skewing time-trial target shooting mode. Get this one for your next party, but maybe don't get it when you're home alone.

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Treadnauts is a fun couch multiplayer game that’s (I’m going to say it) easy to play but difficult to master. It’s an excellent session game that’d feel at home sandwiched between Nidhogg and Worms during a night of competitive gaming. It’s not a visual powerhouse but the art style is suited to the game play so who needs millions of polygons when you’ve got back flipping tanks that shoot ricocheting lasers?

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