Originally posted by smug1:
its a copy coss ddtank is alot of same! would people ever stop making same games!
So, you are saying that DDTank “is alot of same”; therefore it’s a copy.
Just because DDTank is similar to Cannons, that doesn’t mean that it is a copy of Cannons. If you were not so ignorant as to disregard the rest of the threads here, you would have noticed that we already addressed this.
Artillery is the generic name for either early two- or three-player (usually turn-based) computer games involving tanks fighting each other in combat or similar derivative games. Artillery games are among the earliest computer games developed; the theme of such games is an extension of the original uses of computer themselves, which were once used to calculate the trajectories of rockets and other related military-based calculations. Artillery games have been described as a type of “shooting game”, though they are more often classified as a type of strategy game.
This basically encompasses every similarity between DDTank and Cannons. Why would they make an entire genre (called Artillery, not DDTank) if it were to only include one game, and every other game in that genre were to be labeled a “copy” of DDTank? The first game in the Artillery genre (with graphics) was not DDTank; it was called Artillery, and it came pre-installed on the Apple II computer in 1980.
Also, if you don’t use correct grammar, I can’t take you seriously at all.