Human Tanks, Charge! War of the Human Tanks

War of the Human Tanks

War of the Human Tanks pits the group of Human Tanks commanded by the player against the opposing Commanding Officers and their forces in a campaign fought on a series of grid-based maps. Players will have to use their wits to upgrade their units and utilize them to the best of their abilities in order to progress throughout the game.

This story takes place in a land vaguely reminiscent of modern-day Japan. In the twenty years since the first Human Tank was developed, the war raging between the Empire of Japon and the Kingdom of Japon has turned into a proxy war fought between Human Tanks on both sides.

The Empire of Japon once ruled the entire land of Japon. Now diminished and cornered, the Empire prepares to make its last stand as the tanks of the Kingdom of Japon draw close to its capital. Shoutaro Daihon’ei, Lieutenant of the Imperial Army moves out to the battlefield, followed closely by the loyal Human Tanks in his company.

24 Responses to “Human Tanks, Charge! War of the Human Tanks”

  1. Helen says:

    Yo can you upload here the sequel alter and limited operations. Thanks

  2. Nya says:

    There are 2 sequels to this game btw.

  3. baba says:

    by losing another battles beside losing at 7.. and must win 12

  4. Otaku-Sama says:

    Do you plan to upload the sequel? Totsugeki! Ningen Sensha Alter

  5. croPath says:

    Any news on when you are gonna put up the 2nd game

  6. Mad Ninja says:

    Totally going to buy this game whenever it goes on sale on Steam!

  7. Kido says:

    Gosh the 1st ending is so cheezy

  8. KarvilAtern says:

    By the way, is there any chance to win against the cat?

  9. dekusuta says:

    Pretty fun game…I find something weird though, I installed this with no problems, but whenever I start a new chapter or finish one… I see the credits movie clip and sometimes, the opening movie clip as well…is that normal? The credits also show voice actors, but I don’t hear any…hmmm…

  10. croPath says:

    ok so here are the real ways to get all endings
    Miou \good\ ending and the true story ending : Win as many battles as you can, but at least be sure to win ep 7 and 12.(aka win all battles)
    Miou \bad\ : The only battles that seem to matter, again, are 7 (win it), and 12 (lose it).
    Kurara/Rara \good\ ending : Lose battle 7, and at least one other battle – which one doesn’t seem to matter much. (Losing 2 gets you a different 5, though, so do that at least once.)
    Kurara/Rara \bad\ ending 4: Lose battle 7, but win all others.

    Endings 3 and 4 have little difference until you get to the last battle setup and epilogue.
    3rd ending is the \best\ in a way but it can’t change the fact that the 1st one is the true end
    For the best experience i suggest playing in this order 1 – 2 or 4 – 3

  11. croPath says:

    thx dude i was just about to go back to the game for a 2nd run this should help

  12. Rai says:

    oh boy? what is this kinda game doing in the Ero section anyway? O_O but still its quite good.

    • croPath says:

      noone cares if its ero or not its a visual novel game with strategy in the mix and thats all that matters why do you think that games like blazblue and non PC games are here

  13. croPath says:

    excellent strategy game with a A+ story
    though the diff level drops once you get the more advanced barrage and AOE assault tanks + nagoya tower map is a perfect grind map so if you don’t have them by then you will at that point
    just gotta figure out how to switch routes i completed the game once already with all tanks and some items unlocked and it gives me a 25% completion message at the end

    • Nii-NII says:

      I reached 100%.

      This game actually has two routes with two branches each. You have to lose some battles to get some of the endings.

      First ending: Win all your battles.
      Second ending: Lose battle 7 and win battle 12.
      Third ending: Win all battles but 7.
      Fourth ending: Lose battles 2 and 7 (best ending imho).

      The neat storyline makes it definitely worth going through all the routes.

      • croPath says:

        dude btw wtf is up with how to get the third ending isn’t it the same as the 2nd?

        • FenrirXFenris says:

          In the second it requires you to lose the 7th battle but win the twelfth. Whereas the third requires you to win all the battles except the seventh.

      • zippy says:

        By battles 2, 7, and 12 are you refering to:

        No. 02: Matsumoto Castle Railway
        No. 07: Tenryuu Tunnel
        No. 17: Great Fuji Forest

        or just the second, seventh, and twelth battles you actually fight in, where the first battle is with Masamune (infinite-range battery)?

        • KarvilAtern says:

          It is acording to the Chapter number. But I still don´t get the distinction between the 2nd and 3rd route. Am I supposed to lose at least one other battle to get the second ending?

  14. Tom says:

    Whenever I try to run the .exe inside the disk, it gives me an unable to access error. I run Windows 7.

  15. Zifix says:

    This should be all ages I suppose. No erotic content whatsoever.

  16. The game looks super fun.
    Thx for the find.

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