struts some fairly good lighting effects along with decent explosions. There are a few problems with camera angles, yet nothing worse than what you would see in a Tomb Raider
game. The overlying tank design, however, gives a strong resemblance to that of Ghost in the Shell
. The backgrounds are somewhat repetitive and bland, and in the most cases, the enemy characters are kinda blocky, although there was no popup or slowdown, which is definitely a plus. However, for the idea of a 3rd person tank shooter, this rugged look sort of works quite well to fit into the game-style. The strongest thing going for Tiny Tank
in this category is the little guy’s attitude. This game is oozing machismo. The game makes you not only feel as though you are behind the controls of Tiny Tank, but rather are actually the character, because of his humanlike features (i.e. eyes, and a face).
Tiny Tank does boast a really cool line up of music and sound. Perhaps the best part is the fact that this little booger will and does talk some serious trash (even on the verge of death).