Scorched: Total Recall 4+

Tank Battle Resurrection

Imre Darics

Designed for iPad

    • 3.6 • 140 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



A redesigned battle map, greatly challenging challenges and a brand new score board for the best fighters are waiting for you!

Become a real tank squad commander. Fight for glory on the battlefield. Choose from different armoured war machines and a variety of missiles. Develop your skills, your inner strategical instinct, and build your army through the battles against the genius, artificial intelligence controlled enemy.

Your tank squad will be unique: you can build it from as many units as you wish and develop each machine in many ways. You will face battle situations and an increasingly clever AI mastermind - the challenge is to defeat it and conquer the battleground.

Scorched: Total Recall is part of a set of three games, together with Arena and Battlefield. The units you recruit into your personal army in this game will be transferable to Arena or Battlefield. You can read more about the other games, our future plans and releases on the website of the game (

What’s New

Version 1.4

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

The version 1.4 is on its way to you and it holds a few hopefully exciting improvements beyond ironing out the wrinkles of the last release.

Map, map, map!
First of all the accidental clicks on levels have been sorted. You can discover the whole map with confidence, you will not start a battle unwittingly.
The biggest change on Map is that the level limit hase been removed. You can play as much and as long as you like. I never thought that anyone would go beyond 170, but there was an obvious need so here you are.
An other change is that the little tank that shows the position on Map is not a static prop anymore. It follows your movement on map.

Challenge you!
I’ve already got questions regarding the stars above the levels on Map, and indeed their meaning was not too obvious. The stars belong to challanges and the first challenge that has been introduced was the Time Challenge - how quickly you can finish a battle. It has got a few mates now: Ammo Challenge - use only a limited number of ammunition; Collect Challenge - collect boxes; Survive Challenge - survive for a time; Destroy Challenge - destroy a special object on the battle ground;
and Multiplayer Challenge. This last one has not implemented fully. Basically it is a Time Challenge, but the players will be other human players - but not in this release.

Score boards
We have a few score boards throughout the game. You can compete with other players on daily and weekly scores, two hugely popular races, and also every level has got its own winners. We have a Best Battle competition as well, though it is a bit meaningless as it is hard to compare two different battles. I removed this competition and introduced a new one - Best Fighters.
Best Fighters competition is aggregating the overall achievements over every rank and announces the top 3 winners, giving them a gold, a silver and a bronze medal.

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
140 Ratings

140 Ratings

PascalFleischman ,

Fun, but buggy

The gameplay is fun, but the app freezes at the end of each round unless you zoom in on your tank. The last round will not let you advance either. Fix the bugs, and this is a 5-star game

OwlHeadedGod ,

How do you play?!

There are no instructions anywhere to be found. The interface is not intuitive at all, and the game seems to respond at random. Tapping on anything does nothing, and when you do manage by sheer dumb luck to win a round, the only way to advance is by exiting out of the game and re-opening it. Movement happens out of nowhere. Coins are added or deducted without any rhyme or reason.
If this is supposed to be reminiscent of the old “Scorched Earth” PC game, it’s a cruel joke.

Inferno 86 ,

Scorched earth

Fun game has few glitches but well worth the download but definitely glitches were it freezes

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