YesSir is a turn-based artillery game aiming at the defense of your country against fearsome invaders.

YesSir provides a single player campaign and a multiplayer mode.

Leading a tank, you need accuracy and strategy to blow up enemies before being killed.

Evolving in a destructible environment where both falling and weapon fire cause damage. Be careful, wind magnitude often changes and affects the ballistics of shot.

Challenge your friends and people around the world during fierce games in online multiplayer mode (up to 4 players)!

In single-player mode, more cities you clear, the more you earn money in order to buy new weapons, small missiles to thermonuclear weapon through laser and napalm and the more you become powerful in online battles!
Unfortunately for you, your enemies are improving and leveling up gradually during the game, becoming so quite more efficient !

Test your skill : aim with a good judgement of distance and strategy to liberate your country!

Game inspired by Tank Wars by Kenneth Morse (1990).

What's New

Version 2.1

YesSir is now available in french and a new background landscape has been added.

Customer Reviews

3.4 out of 5

5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Game needs some fixes...

Following Stars

Tank Wars would be proud...if this game were a little more like Tank Wars. These random asteroids come in and wipe you out on practically every other turn. The enemies in the game have access to far more advanced weaponry and at a pace that far outsteps the meager upgrades you get once in a great while, and your attempt at firing at your enemies is “sabotaged” every other turn (sometimes several turns in a row.

This game needs some serious tweaks by the developer to make it far more fair to the human player, and needs to be toned back on the sci-fi/espionage theme to make the game a little more like that which it is trying to emulate.

Graphics are good, however, and, within reason, it is similar to Tank Wars. Still, I wouldn’t waste my money.



Tank wars would be proud.

Early-Game Review

My favorite puzzler

Alright, so I actually love this type of game, and I wanted a good one to come to iOS, so that's a very good start. This game has a cool graphical style, and pretty good weapon mechanics and gravity, so that works pretty well. The reason it has two stars is because, if all tanks are created equal, the enemy will always win. Since they often have the same or better weapons than you do, they will learn how to hit you far before you learn how to hit them, and thus will always be able to take down your health before you can do the same to them, meaning it really comes down to who hits who first. It all seems really repetitive, because even the wind doesn't provide enough variation for you to need to re-aim consistently. Also, I don't know if this is intentional, but you keep spelling 'enemy' with two N's.
More will come in if I find it.


Gwenn Guihal
37.3 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
© Etxea Games


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