Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Japanese indie game series, ‘Human Tanks’ localised for English speaking players

Fruitbat Factory brings the popular Japanese indie game series, ‘Human Tanks’ to English speaking players worldwide


May 29th, 2012 – Independent game localization company Fruitbat Factory is proud to unveil a first look at War of the Human Tanks, the beloved Japanese tactical simulation game, localized for English speaking audiences everywhere for the first time.


The Human Tanks series pits the group of Human Tanks commanded by the player against the opposing Commanding Officers and their forces.  In a campaign crafted with black humor, players will have to skillfully manage their armies and command units on grid-based maps, cleverly picking off the opposing unit to win each level.

Human Tanks’ expertise varies from close range explosives and assault rifle fire, to long-range artillery and missiles.  Players will also command support Human Tanks such as Scouts and Interceptors which assist by locating enemies and defending against incoming attacks.  The player will have to move quickly and decisively to win each battle and progress within the campaign.

Features of the game will include:

-       Over 20 challenging battles
-       Branching storyline deliciously crafted with black humor
-       Use resources earned from battles to develop new tanks and customize them with various modules
-       Multiple endings based on your performance
-       Replay the game keeping your previously earned units and resources

“We’re really excited to bring this great title over to English” says Ozhan Sen, Localization Manager for Fruitbat Factory.  “The game is incredibly fun and challenging, I look forward to people everywhere playing War of the Human Tanks.”

The game is set for a Fall 2012 release. 

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