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Tank Trouble

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Tank Trouble Controls

Tank Trouble is controlled by using the keyboard and the mouse. In a single player game, use the arrow keys to move and the M key to shoot. In a multiplayer game, player one uses the ESDF keys to move and the Q key to shoot, player two uses the arrow keys to move and the M key to shoot, and player three uses the mouse to move and the left mouse button to shoot.

Tank Trouble Guide

Tank Trouble is a tank game where up to three players to do battle in randomly generated mazes. This multiplayer game features simple graphics, intuitive controls, and action-packed gameplay.

The objective of Tank Trouble is to destroy all of your enemies on each level. If you play in 1 player mode, you will play against an AI-controlled tank. In 2 player games and 3 player games, you play against human opponents in hotseat multiplayer. Mazes are randomly generated, offering a new gameplay experience each time that you play.

Tank Trouble uses keyboard controls for players one and two and mouse controls for player three. In singleplayer games, use the arrow keys to move and the M key to shoot. In multiplayer games, player one uses the ESDF keys to move and the Q key to shoot, player two uses the arrow keys to move and the M key to shoot, and player three uses the mouse to move and clicks to shoot. Before gameplay can commence, each player must press their shot button (similar to pressing the start button in arcade games). Use of the ESDF keys instead of the WASD keys is an interesting choice, but many gamers argue that ESDF is actually a better configuration than WASD since it allows more keys to be used for other functions. At any rate, this control setup works well in this multiplayer game.

If you decide to play a multiplayer game of Tank Trouble, remember that it's every tank for itself! There are no teams and only one may survive the battle! Various weapons can be collected by picking up crates, but a single shot from the standard weapon is enough to take down a tank. Be careful, however, since bullets ricochet off of walls, and it is possible to destroy your own tank if your bullets bounce back at you!

Tank Trouble is a simplistic tank game that is great for quick gaming breaks. It is possible to play alone, but Tank Trouble is best played as a multiplayer game!