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consists of 13 releases.
Released November 1980
A DSiWare-exclusive sequel to the Japanese-only GameBoy shooter X, by Q-Games.
Tron meets Battlezone in this cyberspace tank simulator from Dialogue Design.
An arcade action game putting players in a tank-based deathmatch scenario around the streets of Tokyo.
A futuristic, military action game for the Jaguar platform. Pilot a Hover Strike Tank and free a world from enslavement!
Fire shots from your hovertank in this first-person, deathmatch-style arcade game.
A 3D tank combat game similar to Battlezone in which players must collect flags and, of course, destroy enemy tanks. It was released in 1991, and was followed up by a LAN-enabled version called Spectre VR.
A first-person tank simulator and the third game in Garry Kitchen's Battletank franchise.
In the tradition of its predecessor Stellar 7 (as well as the earlier Dynamix title Arcticfox), Nova 9 is a first-person, tank-based action game.
The spiritual successor to the prototype multiplayer maze game MIDI Maze, Faceball 2000 is a cutesy non-violent first-person shooter released for the Game Boy (and later the SNES, PC Engine, and Game Gear).
It is the far-off future year of 2005 AD, and aliens have taken over Antarctica. You are sent in with your new Slye-Hicks MX-100 supertank and it's your job to give them a warm welcome!
Robot Tank is a first-person shooter for the Atari 2600, by Activision.
Stellar 7 is a first-person tank sim set on a series of planets named after stars in the Milky Way galaxy. The gameplay is similar to that of Battlezone, with the player maneuvering the tank and firing its weapons in order to proceed, with the addition of a basic plot.
An arcade game released by Atari in 1980.
1979 first-person shoot 'em up, from the developer of Space Invaders, Taito.
The first 3D flight simulator game, released by Sega in 1970. It was an electro-mechanical arcade game, using video projection to display a 3D game world on screen. It features free-roaming, first-person flight shooting gameplay. It was the first flight simulator game, the earliest first-person shooter, the first open-world game, and the first action-adventure game.
Ballblazer is one of the first two games released in 1985 by the Lucasfilm Computer Division Games Group, later LucasArts.
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