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Dungeons & Dragons and IndestructoTank
Posted by Michael on 17 December 2008, 03:24 GMT

David Randall has released Advanced Dungeons & Dragons for the 89. This clone of the classic game features plenty of maps and obstacles.

For 83+ users, Joseph Roth has released IndestructoTank, an interesting game in which you must destroy enemies by utilizing enemy fire to blow your tank up into the air, where you then destroy enemy planes, helicopters, and miners.

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Re: Dungeons & Dragons and IndestructoTank
Person Dude Account Info

IndestructoTank, though not original, looks like a cool game. Too bad there is no version for the 89 Titanium. I tried Multi, but it doesn't work.
<mumbles first post under breath>

Reply to this comment    17 December 2008, 03:40 GMT


Re: Re: Dungeons & Dragons and IndestructoTank
Nikky Southerland  Account Info
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I agree, it does look quite excellent.
They both do, actually.

Reply to this comment    17 December 2008, 03:54 GMT

Re: Dungeons & Dragons and IndestructoTank
Lewk Account Info
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These both look rather cool, I'll have to break out my link cable looks like...

Reply to this comment    17 December 2008, 04:47 GMT

Re: Dungeons & Dragons and IndestructoTank
jvdthwip Account Info

Hahaha, I was just playing AD&D on my InTV just the other day. It's so hard.

Reply to this comment    17 December 2008, 21:07 GMT

Re: Dungeons & Dragons and IndestructoTank
Kevin Ouellet Account Info
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wow completly missed this news article, I was sure IndestructoTank got missed. I'm so not used to ticalc.org posting 3 news articles in a row, I think the last time this happened was when Void Production was still on Calc.org

Reply to this comment    18 December 2008, 15:25 GMT

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