Design tanks in a dedicated and intuitive designer, allowing the realistic armour mechanics that make tank combat so unique. Explore tank design’s challenges through WW1, the interwar period and the early, mid and late stages of WW2. Please note: There is currently no dedicated tutorial. If you don’t enjoy figuring things out or you don’t know much about tanks, it may be worth holding off until better guidance is in place.Easy to use and flexible enough to give you endless design starting points. Drag on a face or edge to move it. Bigger compartments create more internal space but have more surface to armour. Clustertruck
Set the thickness of each armour plate, allowing you to block shots from your foes. Though the weight and space used adds up! Build a gun capable of piercing enemy armour. You’ll need enough space and force to rotate it. Make sure you save enough room for ammo!Humans are light but large and quite essential, squeeze them in and assign them one or more roles. Cramped and overworked crew perform poorly.Add functional and decorative parts to the exterior of your vehicle. These can define where internals are e.g. the engine is positioned where you place your exhausts and vents, then gets hit if a shell pierces your armour in that area. Place a fuel port in front of the driver and the fuel tank just might absorb a projectile, saving their life – if it doesn’t ignite.
- OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
- Processor: Quad core 3Ghz+
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: GeForce GTX 970
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 4 GB available space