Turn-based tactical game inspired by Nintendo’s Advance Wars series.
TINY METAL is a turn-based strategy game. The player builds up his force consisting of several units and completes the mission on isometric grids. Each unit has it’s own speed which determines the order of movement. The game ends when the player meets their primary objective criteria like “destroy all opposing forces” or “capture enemy headquarters” or fails when the player has no means to complete his/her objective i.e. All of his/her forces had been destroyed. Each unit has different movement values. Movement uses action points, so if the unit remains stationary, it will receive a wider view range and hasten the speed in which the unit moves next turn. The use of good defensive terrain is also a solid way to mitigate incoming damage. Ranging from forrest to mountains, these tiles will be able to give defensive bonus to the unit occupying the tile.
Release Date: 21 December 2017
Developer: Project Milk, Area 34
Genre: Strategy, Simulation
Total Tank Simulator Game Estimated System Requirements
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Core i3
RAM: 2 GB
GRAPHIC: OpenGL 2.1-compatible, 512 MB
OS: Win 10 64
CPU: Intel Core i5
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: OpenGL 2.1-compatible, 1 GB
- Four units with Multiple upgrade options to customize each units
- Play 20 campaign missions to follow the story of Lt. Nathan Gries
- Full Controller / Keyboard / Mouse support
- Skirmish modes to replay all your favourite maps
- Select and deploy your unique combination of units to cater for each missions
- English and Japanese
Tiny Metal Trailer
Tiny Metal Review:
Area 34 has been working diligently these past couple of months to deliver a playable prototype in conjunction with the launch of our KS campaign! Please take some time to download and give it a play-through and then help spread the news! The prototype includes 3 missions for players to get a feel for the gameplay and get to see some of the mechanics and units in action. The prototype is not feature complete and is missing several things such as mission deployments and unit upgrades.