Bplus announces anti-war game Tank it! for Steam and Nintendo NX [Press Release]

Vienna, Austria – September 2, 2016 –Independent game developer, Bplus, announces Tank it! – A new war simulation game with the message #WarKills.

Tank it! is a realistic and bloody war simulation game designed to show how brutal and dangerous war really is… that it is no good… that countless civilians are killed as collateral damage.

In Tank it! you command a drone to remotely control a heavy tank. You receive the mission to travel to remote villages, find and destroy the target military camps and eliminate all terrorists. But as in real life, there are many civilians in the villages, as well. The terrorists and civilians alike are at the player’s mercy.  It is up to the player alone to decide how to handle this mission.

Bernd Geiblinger: “I for one do not enjoy playing brutal, bloody games, so for me it is painful to create death animations and blood. I did everything else before I did this kind of work – but I am doing it for the message. This is also why Tank it! will be available for a very low value – For me it is much more important to spread the message of the game than to earn a great deal of revenue.”

 

Trailer coming soon.

 

Tank it! storms to Steam in Fall 2016, and Nintendo NX in 2017.

 

About Bplus

Based in Vienna, Austria, Bplus is an one-man independent game developer with over 10 years of experience developing games for Nintendo consoles and more recently the Steam platform. Bplus has developed a beloved set of IP, including Bit Boy!!, Puzzle Box, and Niki – Rock ‘n’ Ball, which retain a loyal and ever-increasing following.
B+ stands ‘Be Plus’ and always motivates us to try to reach new levels of creativity and fun in both life and in games.

 

For more information on Bplus and its products, please visit < http://www.bplus.at/ >

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