Prepare to enter a post-apocalyptic world filled with mayhem and destruction in "Vindicators." Developed and released by Atari Games in 1988, this classic arcade game offers an immersive tank battle experience like no other. As a courageous soldier, you must navigate through treacherous environments, battle against relentless enemy forces, and retrieve precious fuel canisters to save humanity from impending doom. With its addictive gameplay, cooperative mode, and innovative tank controls, "Vindicators" promises an unforgettable gaming adventure.


"Vindicators" is an action-packed top-down arcade game that combines tank combat with strategic elements. In a dystopian future, Earth faces a dire energy crisis, and you are one of the elite soldiers sent on a mission to retrieve precious fuel canisters scattered throughout hazardous territories

How to Play

As a player, you control a powerful battle tank, equipped with various weapons and a limited amount of fuel. Navigate through maze-like levels filled with enemy tanks, drones, turrets, and deadly traps. Engage in intense battles, destroy enemy forces, and collect fuel canisters to replenish your tank's energy.

Strategic planning is crucial as you must balance offence and defence, prioritise targets, and conserve fuel to survive. The game features both single-player and cooperative modes, allowing two players to team up and face the challenges together. Cooperation and communication are key to overcoming the toughest obstacles and achieving victory.

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