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Attack of the Toy Tanks 


I love it when a video game reminds me of an older video game. Take Attack of the Toy Tanks for example. This downloadable only video game reminds me of Combat on the Atari 2600. That goes way back into video game history. How many of ya'll have ever played Combat on the Atari 2600? How many of ya'll are looking it up on the Internet? I love it when I bring some knowledge to Family Friendly Gaming Universe.

Family Friendly Gaming was provided a digital download code for Attack of the Toy Tanks on the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, and Playstation Vita. We used the Nintendo Switch code and offered the other two to our Twitch followers that whisper to us which version of the game they wanted. We love giving away codes to our Twitch viewers. Especially those that are watching our streams and interacting with us.

There are sixty levels in Attack of the Toy Tanks. I am impressed with the graphics in Attack of the Toy Tanks. Normally the Ratalaika Games that we see are extremely retro in the graphics department. Attack of the Toy Tanks looks newer and better than many of the indie games we have seen from this publisher. The music is okay in Attack of the Toy Tanks.

There is one area of complaint I have with Attack of the Toy Tanks. The controls. They are a bit difficult to adapt to. We hit a certain button to move forward, a different button to move backwards, we line up shots with this stick and move with that stick. All of it is a bit on the confusing side. The AI of the computer controlled tanks is a bit weird. At times they moved, shot once and killed me. Other times they moved and let me kill them.

I found it can be extremely easy to die in Attack of the Toy Tanks. There is a local multiplayer so two family members can move around these screens and try to blow one another up. One hit is all it takes to lose a level in Attack of the Toy Tanks. Which is frustrating when you are fighting multiple enemies at the same time. They get more opportunities than the player does.

Overall Attack of the Toy Tanks is a quality return to the Atari 2600 Combat concept. I enjoyed the thrill of seeing the different areas in Attack of the Toy Tanks. Do not expect the computer to show you mercy very often in Attack of the Toy Tanks though. A physical copy or advertisement of Attack of the Toy Tanks would be welcome.
- Paul


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: PS Vita/Xbox One/PS4/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: Petite Games
Rating: ‘E10+’ for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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