Enjoy Yourself in DDTankⅡ

DDTank  is a turn-based action MMO published by Aeria Games, a combination of communal features, paid costume changes and the sort of gameplay that made Worms such a classic back in the day. It also manages something unique, offering an experience you’re not going to find anywhere else. But none of this really matters if the game itself doesn’t manage to entertain. Does DDTank excel in every area other than fun or will you play it for hours on end without the merest hint of boredom? We took a look, taking our capture equipment with us, and created the video review above.

Simple Action, Fast: DDTank offers battle experience that can be started in thirty seconds and finished within ten minutes. If you’re after something without the depth of an MMORPG but with more originality than an FPS, DDTank may just be for you.

It’s Just Great Fun: There aren’t enough games in the MMO World that are fun just for the sake of being fun. You can get constant enjoyment out of DDTank without the need to level up or perform meaningless quests.

Beautiful Artwork, Destructible Environments: While DDTank obviously fails to offer the sort of open-world environments some can’t do without in their MMOs, the backgrounds of the battlegrounds look absolutely stunning. The artwork looks hand drawn and colourful and that’s enough for it to stick in your memory. The environments, just like Worms, become more battle torn as the fight goes on; meaning that dipping into a newly-formed crater for protection is a viable and sometimes clever option.

Endless Customizability: If you get a thrill by the notion of dressing up your character in crazy costumes, DDTank may just be for you. There are quite literally hundreds of different items to attach to your characters and thousands of variations. Whether you like bunny ears, monkey hats or just elegant black tie, the developers have something in place for you.

Almost-Perfect Community: Within an hour of playing DDTank, three people had friended me. Now, I’m not the sort of person who can sit in an MMO chat box for hours, but it always impresses me when people are so willing to jump straight into a conversation with a pure stranger. Maybe they were bots, selling Viagra or something.

The Non-Perfect part of the Community: As I said above, the community is almost perfect, but there’s always going to be people who spoil it. More than once I got into a game with people all too quick to report me for cheating if I won them or if I managed to hit them first time.

Character Design: While I love the amount of customization available upon your character, the actual character design isn’t great. It’s a means to an end, a shell which is easy to edit without major changes and hence easy to dress up.

The Quest System: Quests are one of those things we expect from an MMO without really ever enjoying them. DDTank has a quest system, but it mainly rewards you for doing things that you’d probably have done anyway which begs the question “what’s the point of giving quests?”

Music: At first I was nodding my head to the music, occasionally even whistling along if I recognised a bit. Soon I realized that it had gotten inside my head and infected my brain. It was then that I realized, actually, it’s terribly annoying and probably deserving of the mute option available in the settings.

Hit Detection: It can be slightly annoying to fire off an almost-perfect shot and watch as your missile flies through your opponent’s head without doing them any damage. I appreciate that this is a free-to-play browser game, but it happens to often to be ignored.

The Writing: When you play in a game against NPCs, they usually have a catchphrase or battle cry which you read before the battle begins. One enemy said “it’s boring to watch you come.” I knew what they meant, thankfully, although I’ve taken down my Kinect just in case.

 

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The Best and Cutest Free Online Shooting Game

DDTankⅡ is a free to play 2D turn based multiplayer online (MMO) shooter browser game. There is no need to download, just login and play. You can compete with different players in game and engage in cartoon warfare with strange and unique weaponry, all from the safety and comfort of their web browser of choice. The simple keyboard operation makes interaction and PvP easier so that players can enjoy the excitement and fun. Carrying on in the tradition of hit games like Worms and GunBound, DDTank is a turn-based PvP shooter already enjoyed by over 3.5 million players. Combining a selection of hilarious weapons with a wealth of social features, DDTank provides an explosive experience.

No need to download: The first Q-version casual browser game that requires no download. Only login is needed.

Q-version lovely graphs: Cartoon style character design,fresh and lovely pictures.

Various battle modes: Enjoy the fun of either breathtaking BOSS raid or PvP competition!

Music and sound effects: The first browser game with background music and sound effects in battle. Relaxing music combining with funny sound effects makes the game more lovable.

Fashionable suits: Show yourself by freely selecting from thousands of dressing style, from hat,eyes,clothes to facial expression,etc. It must be preordained to have someone look exactly like you among millions of people.

Superb special effect: Different weapons have different attack effects. You may like using a stone age “zax”, or a modern”cannon”,or even a ultra modern “light gun”!Diversified costumes and items in shopping mall can let you display your personal charm and enjoy countless hours of fun.

shooter where you fight opponents with everything from firecrackers to television sets, and where the greatest challenge comes from how well you know your geometry. It’s quirky fun at first, but it doesn’t take long until the game dovetails into repetition and boredom.

The core gameplay of DDTank, which actually doesn’t include tanks, is all about killing your opponents before they kill you. Attacking someone isn’t as easy as pointing at

someone and saying, “There…attack them,” but instead you must use basic geometry in order to land your attacks. I was never the greatest at math, so I’m always amazed when I play against someone who can seemingly land every shot, while for me it takes several attempts before I can dial it in on a stationary opponent.

Attacking is primarily based on three principles:

1) the angle of your throw,

2) how much power you put behind it

3) the direction and speed of the wind. So in order to actually hit your opponent, you have to use some brains, take an educated guess, and then hope for the best.

The system is solid enough, but there are issues that mire the experience. One problem is that you only have so long to plan to actually make your move, which isn’t much time at all, so while you’re trying to think of how best to use your variables and how much power to give a throw, a timer is quickly counting down. Now sometimes you won’t get an attack off quick enough and it will be your fault for not moving fast enough, but there are other times where you’ll have plenty of time and still it will react as if you ran out of time. In a game where every shot and move is important, one error such as this is enough to completely wreck your chances of winning.

Another problem is that it’s impossible to know the order in which someone will move.

DDTankmight be trying to kill someone many moves down from you when you really should be worrying about someone who moves next. Furthermore, there are times where it seems that it takes forever for you to get a move, but it seems like there’s another player moving almost every other turn. Finally, you can chat and use funny emoticons during the game, but it’s not that easy to use them, as they can sometimes get in the way of actual gameplay. In one case, I sent a sarcastic “thanks” to a teammate of mine who threw an attack that ended up hitting me instead of the enemy. I sent the message, but the chat system refused to leave, and suddenly I found myself losing a turn because I couldn’t get it off in time to use an attack.

 

 

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If you want to know more about this game,our office site is http://www.ddtank.us/