Games & Entertainment Demos Scorch an Island

Scorch an Island 1.0 for Windows

by Avalanche Team

Avg. Rating 4.0 (7 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.6 MB
License Shareware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,503
Publisher Avalanche Team
Homepage Scorch an Island

Publisher's Description

Scorch an Island is an addictive multiplayer tank game, based on the idea of Scorched Earth. The gameplay is simple - choose weapon, set angle, power and fire. The more distant the shoot is, the more points you score. The goal is to destroy all the competing tanks and get as much points as possible. The game features high detailed three-dimensional fully deformable environment and a lot of special effects. But for all that there is a really simple gameplay, typical for two-dimensional games. The game supports hot-seat and LAN multiplayer modes with up to 8 human or computer players at once.

Latest Reviews

THZGryphon

THZGryphon reviewed v0.9b on Jun 1, 2005

Pretty neat, took a bit to realize that unlike Scorch 3D, the tanks were laid out in the 2D style of power and angle instead of the addition of rotation. Must have been my brain trying to trick me with the 3D environment. However once I got used to it, I kind of like the old fashioned linear tank alignment in this game compared to Scorch 3D's scattered tank layout.

The camera is a bit tough to get a handle on, it is a little to easy to move around and you overshoot what you are trying to view.

acascianelli

acascianelli reviewed v0.9b on Jun 1, 2005

Nice...

But this is better...

http://www.scorched3d.co.uk/

Avg. Rating 4.0 (7 votes)
Your Rating
THZGryphon

THZGryphon reviewed v0.9b on Jun 1, 2005

Pretty neat, took a bit to realize that unlike Scorch 3D, the tanks were laid out in the 2D style of power and angle instead of the addition of rotation. Must have been my brain trying to trick me with the 3D environment. However once I got used to it, I kind of like the old fashioned linear tank alignment in this game compared to Scorch 3D's scattered tank layout.

The camera is a bit tough to get a handle on, it is a little to easy to move around and you overshoot what you are trying to view.

acascianelli

acascianelli reviewed v0.9b on Jun 1, 2005

Nice...

But this is better...

http://www.scorched3d.co.uk/

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