This puzzle game depicted the player as a miniature armored vehicle attempting to travel through the circuit boards of a malfunctioning computer, repairing each board (level).
It was the only product actually shipped by Twin Dolphin Games, although they also completed an old-west target gallery game, but they ceased operations before the boxes arrived for the latter game.
Nanotank was one of the few games intended for Windows 3.1 before the advent of WinG (the first thing Microsoft ever did to support game development on Windows). It was a very short project, leveraging knowledge gained from the abandoned attempt to make a high-visual-quality animated wargame for Windows 3.1.
Nano Tank is a little-known gem for Windows that features cleverly (some will say fiendishly) designed levels and electrical components. The goal in each level is simple: maneuver your nano tank to the exit. The method, however, is arduous: you must power on the exit, and manipulate devices such as batteries, switches, and and relays to form a powered track for the tank. You must also avoid a trace bug, which moves along traces and can destroy your tank. It's not as elegantly designed as Elements , which is based on similar concepts, but is still a a fun and challenging game with a neat plot (destroy alien computer) to boot.
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