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Hey, Marked one. What's up?
As much as I enjoy the game, I too would like to avoid posting ingame screenshots from WOT.
Also I think you nailed it with Call of Tanks >_<
I honestly thought the T95 was much bigger. Also those tires were created using Hercules' Genetic code.
You're thinking of the Horseshoe crab, and I agree. This thing is WAY too small for a T-62 turret, it looks like the size of a basketball.
This was more of a parody than an actual game in development, to add to the Dr. Steel character's character.
Description from the website:-
PC or Macintosh
Strategically place your robot armies, factories and amusement parks to take over the world!
You could have posted a larger image >_>
This tank was built with trench warfare in mind, the reason why it was so huge with such large tracks was to be able to roll over the enemy trenches that the british thought the next war would consist of, obviously World War two was not another trench war and this tank got cancelled.
Tog stood for "The Old Gang".
Ferdinand with a giant Gatling gun o_O
I assume that huge drum at the back of this tank is were the ammo would be kept, I honestly don't think someone would put such a huge fuel tank at the back.
The blue gates of Babylon, beautiful.
I like you.
This guy got it right.
T26E4 Super pershing.
I'd say a Mirage tank =)
Its for security. In case something happens to them on the road, if someone say tries to cash in on insurance by making it look like the other guy was at fault, or in case of an accident, fraud, blackmail, etc..
Dashcams are a way of having proof readily available.
This was Beta, or Alpha. Not the final product.
Nod Tick Tank, from Tiberian Sun
Crushed his chest with the force, to be exact.
Chickens also own tanks ?
Now that you mention it, it would be cool if there were zombies with Antitank mines strapped onto them.
Don't you just love Russian dash cams?
Iraqis had three types of T-72s, Russian "monkey version" T-72 were they lacked a lot of things, Iraqi copies of the Monkey version T-72s made out of spare parts bought from other countries, and finally home-made T-72s called "Assad el Babil", which are copies of the copied Monkey version T-72s (these were the ones that had their turrets fly into the air).
It was safe to say the Assad el Babil tanks were horrible, and gave a bad name to actual T-72s (edit: All of the Iraqi T-72s gave the real T-72s a bad name).
OR we avoid war altogether.
"Capacitors at full charge!"
That thing is THE overrated pistol.
Looks uncomfortable to use. But I do love the unusual.
Killer images, amazing work =)
Great work comrade!
That's pretty good!
Upon further inspection it appears to be a T-62 actually =P
You can tell by how the wheels are layed out, T-55 has 1 pair further apart from the other 4 pairs. While the T-62 has 3 pairs of wheels closer together and further at the front, while the two pairs at the rear are slightly dispersed.