In a PC gaming environment dominated by installation-based video games, PlayPark offers a blast from the past: an award-winning European browser-based game called Tanki Online. Since 2009, the graphics and gameplay have been improved, and it’s definitely not the old Tanki Online some people may know from back then. Being browser-based, there’s no need for installation nor downloads; gameplay is done entirely on the website: TANKI.PLAYPARK.COM!
PlayPark is offering full support of this game as it opens its servers for open beta testing (OBT). Their top up system is fully online for those who want to put in real money for premium currency, and the ability for accounts to create custom battle rooms for tournaments or just a fun tank-crushing time with friends. Special rooms are also hosted by PlayPark GMs from time to time, so keep on the lookout for those.
“Tanki Online provides a rich gaming experience and allows competitive players to showcase their skills as well as provide loads of fun for friends and family. Being a browser game makes it accessible almost anywhere without the need to download and install the game,” says Christopher Manlapig, Product Manager and Regional Lead for Tanki Online. “We look forward to bringing this great game from Russia and seeing the community grow just as big as in Europe.”
To celebrate the launch of TANKI ONLINE in the Philippines, PlayPark is hosting the first Tanki Na Kayo Tournament – BATTLE OF THE CITIES. Happening in cybercafés in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao on January 30, 31 and February, Tanki Online is opening its doors to budding sharpshooting gamers. Move your way up the ladder to the inter-cybercafe tournament in February. Will you be the one to say “Tanki Na” or “TANKI NA KAYO!”