on 08-06-2012 03:46 PM
DON'T fire on uneven surfaces, or steep hill tops if possible. The reticule may be targeting someone but your cannons may end up firing into the air or just off target. Also, the recoil is pretty strong so it push you back down the hill, forcing you to get back into position.
on 08-06-2012 04:54 PM
Keep the hell away from enemy infantry 'cause if they get too close and they have bruiser - 2 swipes and you're dead! Although that's set to change in the next patch!!!
This is more of a joke sorta thing but:
THE TURTLE DANCE
Me and my clan mate managed to flip our tank over and kept rolling side to side without flipping it over! You can still fire from it and it looks so damn funny!
on 09-06-2012 02:51 PM
To use HTML to change the colour of your font, type:
<font color="red">YOUR TEXT HERE</font> <font color="green">YOUR TEXT HERE</font>
You can only do this in the HTML edittor, which is the default edittor when using a mobile device
on 10-06-2012 01:52 PM
green good tip if you have afreind with the repair gun he can repair the tank but must aim at the cannons of the tank the two big things that fire your rounds if you catch it right you can repair on your travels thanks
on 10-06-2012 02:14 PM
if you see an enemy soldier on foot, running towards your tank, he is either stupid or armed with the bruiser skill, just drive forward on to them , i got 4 or 5 yesterday crushed them like flies.
which is exactly what i would expect to happen in real life if an enemy soldier tried to take out a tank with a knife
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