What engine was this game made with?
A downloadable game for Windows
Go track-to-track with your friends and and see who the ultimate Panzer Ace is!
- 4-way, drop-in, local split-screen multiplayer. Play with either two players on one keyboard or up to four on any windows-compatible controller.
- Panthers and Tigers and Wolverines, oh my! 10 types of World War 2 armored fighting vehicle: all with different strengths and weaknesses.
- Authentic sudden-death armor system. Shots bounce or hit depending on distance and velocity. Speed, positioning and skill are needed to win.
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:
- Achtung! 2.0 BetaOct 06, 2020
- A new release, and a roadmap.May 03, 2020
- Release: Patch 1.1Oct 06, 2019
- Patch 1.1Aug 21, 2019
- Release: 1.0Jun 09, 2019
- Free-Day for D-DayJun 06, 2019
- Release: early access 0.9.0Jun 01, 2019
- Early Access 0.8.0May 28, 2019
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Gamemaker Studio 1.4
I'd be interested in learning to make a game in this style. Would you recommend Gamemaker after having gone through the development process in that engine, or would you recommend something like Construst 2 or learning Unity 2D for a beginner?
Construct 2 I can't comment on. Unity and Gamemaker 2/1.4 are both good choices for beginners. Unity is generally more flexible and the current indie-industry standard; it has a lot of potential if you know C~ but it's not required. It's very focused on modularity. GMS is very intuitive and perfect for beginners who want to make 2D games, but has more limitations.
This was fun! Lots of options and maps to choose from. Some of the dialogue for the tanks was really funny! Very feature rich for the price
Get the tanks