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The site where I found it claimed it was STB 1.
Is it just me or this thing shares a turret with the Daimler armored car?
Looking good =) Is it for some sort of event? (I'm kinda off WT right now)
I hear it's better than WoT... still it is lacking the realism of WT and I love my tank simbattles! >:)
"Congratulations you won!"
Nice armor =)
I can't recall his voice =(
"You're not a kid anymore! HELL! You're not squid either! YOU'RE SOLDIER! START ACTING LIKE ONE!"
If that guy gets to presidency - WW3 is inevitable, I'm certain.
...it's a quote from a dungeon crawler/manager game called 'Recettear' =)
That's all I have to say, really =)))
I love the way she randomly taps the keys =) I guess that will fool anyone who's a "hardcore gamer" =)
btw, I would pay money to see how they instructed her to do the things that she did in this video =)
The problem is with physics in this game. I find them lacking in almost every aspect.
Get 0ne =)
Probably not you, but some other guy/gal =)
The only place to shoot and effectively damage a T-34, when you play as inferior tank, is the side of the turret. Or if you play in arcade you can try MG port or turret ring.
This one looks like Death-Cult assassin to me.
I have always wondered are those supposed to be like the bright version of Mandrakes?
"PAY ADEPT" - LOL!
Tetris lvl 12 - beat that =)
Taking a second look at it:
- shooting at the lower plate from behind seems like a terrible idea =)
- I wonder if visibility issues will be transfered into the game when you switch to driver view point
Not so fast =) T-34 entered service in 1940 (probably not mass produced until 1942, but still) it's prototype was build 1938 and running tests. AFAIK, there were two prototypes - called A-20 and A-30 respectively. The design is even older as you can imagine. It does make use of the Christie suspension which was seen as unreliable by the western world, which is why his tank project didn't go far unlike the Soviets', who developed numerous tank designs based on it and continued the development of the system. The Czechoslovakian arms industry was quite strong at the time and they also adopted the suspension design, had their swing at it. IMO it was after the T-34 conquered the battlefield and only then the potential of Christie's suspension system has become apparent. Gotta give the Brits points for style though, I always liked the Crusader tanks for their looks.
Duck face + duck season = bad idea
Yes, but let it slide =)
Soon in War Thunder =)
Don't forget to dull the blade =)
Didn't know you had conscripts.
Hahahah! That makes two of us =)