Tank Battling Puzzle Game ConnecTank Showcased

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Natsume Inc. is a global developer and publisher of family friendly games. They, along with YummyYummyTummy (the most recent addition to the Natsume Indie Program), have showcased ConnecTank. The game is loaded with hundreds of missions, dozens of tanks, and “ever-changing power-ups”. More details on the game’s PC, Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 releases will be announced later.

ConnecTank is a 2D action-adventure for 1-4 players. It was developed by YummyYummyTummy. Combining puzzles and tank battles, it brings an interesting mix of gameplay mechanics. Three barons seek to become the top Tycoon of New Pangea. Meanwhile, players will deliver packages to one of the three. Players can improve their tank by battling rival tanks. Each tank has its own skills, strengths, and weaknesses.

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