It’s simple. I listed my demands to save Battle City and they were not met. Sure you managed to get 10 players online twice during the month, but the average was still 4-5 players. Sure some people donated, but I still lost money.
That’s not all. When you invest in building a giant space laser, you have to use it. Imagine the view from my moon base? I have front row seats to the destruction…
That’s why yesterday morning I strapped the giant space laser activation codes to Larry my remote controlled pigeon and launched him into orbit from my moon base pigeon catapult. The engineers operating the giant space laser are situated in a private lab rented out of Area51 in Nevada. I can’t just call them up, so we always communicate using Larry our courier pigeon.
Unfortunately Larry did not survive the trip from the moon to Nevada – he burned up during atmospheric reentry. R.I.P good friend, you will be missed.
Luckily for all you Battle City players, the activation codes perished with Larry and so the Battle City Server could not be annihilated in time. For two consecutive months I have failed to destroy the server, but you know what they say, third times a charm.
Yes, that means Battle City will live one more month. Enjoy your final days, next time you won’t be so lucky…
Once again here are my demands:
You have until May 26th to play Battle City. If at that time there is not an average of 10 players online or donations totaling at least 30$, the server will be destroyed.
Your evil overlord,
Battle City is an open source online tank wars game. Orb the enemy to win!