The newest title out of Gameloft is pretty self-explanatory. Tank Battles is about, you guessed it, tank battles. This game invites you to design and control your own custom war machine and fight your way through 80 top-down missions of increasing difficulty. Fighting computers not doing it for you? There's multiplayer too.

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Tank Battles doesn't take a photo-realistic approach to the whole military warfare thing – it's a bit wacky and over-the-top. Want a purple tank with three gun emplacements? That can be arranged. The multiplayer element comes in both co-op and competitive modes with weekly and lifetime leaderboards.

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This is a free Gameloft game, and you ought to know what that means. Yeah, in-app purchases, but you get to check it out for free.

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  • Mehmet Fatih

    I think this one is World of Tanks. So which game left they didn't port to mobile with tons of shitty IAPs? Gameloft is the least innovative company of all time I think.

    • Wyatt Neal

      Nah, I think Zynga gets that honor.

      • antifud

        same garbage, different company.

    • CrazyPaladin

      To be fair, mobile gaming as a whole isn't any innovative either. One sucessful game and everybody copies it. At least gameloft made some quilty game and surprisingly some of them aren't ruined by the business mode. Oh let's don't forget gameloft is a sub-company of Ubisoft, it all start to make sense now

  • h4rr4r

    Thanks for making gameloft the first word in the title, it makes it so easy to know not to bother with this game.

  • Ursula Wins

    First Gameloft Game In A Long Time I Have Absolutely No Interested In. Theyre Off Their Game This Semester.