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July 15, 2007 11:22 PM   Subscribe

Battleship Extreme, Operation Tiger, Operation Thunderbolt, Operation Seahawk, Operation Allied Shield, are newly released online games from the Australian Defence Force. But where’s Operation Tank Rage?
posted by mattoxic (7 comments total) 3 users marked this as a favorite

 
I dunno ... For a real rampage, nothing beats the from one in good ole Granby, Colorado. More. Here's some video of the awesomely-named killdozer.

Or, if you're partial to California, there's always the famous one in San Diego. Here's video

Compared to these two rampages, the destruction of a few mobile phone stations seems rather tame!

Of course, for my money, the best tank-in-city event would have to be when the Hungarian protestors stole a Soviet T34 and drove it through the streets of Budapest.
posted by barnacles at 11:41 PM on July 15, 2007


Meh. I'm hanging out for the v2.0 release of Operation Stolen Children.
posted by UbuRoivas at 11:53 PM on July 15, 2007 [2 favorites]


Or Tampa 2: The Reckoning.
posted by Wolof at 12:03 AM on July 16, 2007


I've gotta say: kids these days sure have it good. In the past, the games would have been released as basic Game-&-Watches - Overboard, for example, would be just like Parachute: the refugees throw their children overboard faster & faster, while you control the navy guy in the dinghy, trying to catch them before they land in the shark-infested waters...
posted by UbuRoivas at 12:14 AM on July 16, 2007


Or the Doctor Hanif release and redetention:

The Mean and Trickening
posted by mattoxic at 12:39 AM on July 16, 2007


UbuRoivas, the dingo programmers want more meat to work on that.

After playing America's Army, I've got to say meh to the Aussie Defense Force games.
posted by BrotherCaine at 1:35 AM on July 16, 2007


I was in Granby the day after the rampage -- I was living in North Park with my Uncle, who used to drink with good ol' Marvin Heeyemeyer.
posted by blasdelf at 6:05 PM on July 16, 2007


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