• 3.86
  • Date Added
    (to site)

    July 26th, 2010
  • Author

    baron-m & musch
  • License

    GPL (?)
  • Description

    Zero Ballistics is a multiplayer online, fast-paced tank action game in which two opposing teams battle each other with heavily armed and armored tanks.

    Players control their tank from the ego-perspective and fire weapons with a ballistic trajectory at their enemies, which requires a good aiming skill.

    As the game progresses, players are able to upgrade their tanks with weapon, speed and armor enhancements (some of these upgrades can been seen on the screenshots).

    Each tank has a selection of weapons the player can use. The primary gun fires ballistic projectiles, which are rather slow but do a fair amount of damage. The secondary weapon is a machine gun that does little damage but is a good weapon to finish off an opponent. It is also possible to lay anti-tank mines and you can even upgrade your tank to do ram damage.

    Zero Ballistics is primarily a tactical tank game, but features a unique idea concerning gameplay. More details about that idea are going to be revealed at a later time.
    As you can see from the screenshots, Zero Ballistics provides some fast driving and firing action, but only the team with the best teamplay and the most sophisticated tactics will be able to win!

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Zero Ballistics

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