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Tank Beat™ is a touch based mechanized battle game that takes players through each fight in a variety of tanks and armored vehicles.  Playable in single or multi player modes, the game features armored, airborne, and sea opponents in forest, winter, and urban terrains.
 
Developed by Milestone Inc., Tank Beat™ is entirely stylus-based.  As you draw tracks and fire on the DS’s bottom screen game map, your tank appears and responds on the top screen.  “Tank Beat™ is an armored enthusiast’s dream,” said Mike Pepe, Product Manager O3 Entertainment. “With a full arsenal of tanks to choose from it is critical to pick the right tank for each battle. Tank Beat™ is very balanced in that each tank has a weakness that can and does get exploited by other vehicles in the game.”
 
The Single Player Story mode revolves around tank commander, Vill Katjue. Freshly minted from the academy, Katjue is thrown into battle after his country is invaded and occupied by an aggressive neighbor. Players will have to link up with resistance tank platoons and take the battle back to the invaders. Mission objectives feature capturing assets, destroying military units or fortifications, protecting civilian allies, and more. Players are also given command and control of allied vehicles throughout the campaign to aid in the country’s reclamation. Successful missions yield unlocked tanks and armored vehicles players can use in future missions or in multiplayer Battle Mode.
 
Skirmish and multiplayer modes take the action further. Skirmish mode allows players to practice on any of the maps and tanks that were unlocked in Story Mode plus unlock additional tanks on three exclusive stages. Multiplayer mode is a free-for-all which pitches up to 4 players against each other in either wireless head to head action or via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. For more information visit: www.o3ent.com.
 
Features:
Single player
         More than 20 unlockable tanks to choose from
         27 level single player story campaign
         30 levels of skirmish
         Command allied tanks throughout your missions
 
2-4 person Multi Player Action
         Head to head wireless and Nintendo Wi-Fi play
         Single Cart Play on wireless
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