John Breeden writes:
"When I started playing Tank Universal: Challenger Eight, I did not really know what to expect. Normally when I load up a ten dollar game, I end up getting what I pay for. However, Tank Universal turned out to be a highly impressive title with a ton of surprises, like an engaging plot and highly varied levels.
This is literally one of those games developed by a guy in his basement or garage, you know, where the heart and soul of this industry is supposed to be. That's not really the case anymore, but here that spirit is alive and well."