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In this page, you can find an index of some important programs - some of which have been by the developers, while the others have been designed and written by players. These programs can mainly be used for creativity and art; such as in photo-editing, video-editing or just to simply view the game's props, equipment, turrets, hulls, boxes and so on.


Viewers

TankViewer

This viewer allows you to view all kinds of equipment (including the newest turrets and hulls) and paints (including holiday, Shop, bundle, award, tournament and Staff paints).

Instructions and Commands

Once you have successfully downloaded TankViewer, open the file and extract all files and folders to a suitable location, such as your Desktop. For organization, you can create a new folder under the name "TankViewer" and include all those files in it. Once this process has been completed, the following files will appear on your screen:

TankViewer 1.png

The "data" folder contains all the images and files necessary for the program to work and show different types of paints on a specific piece of equipment, so it's advisable not to play around with the files it contains. The XML document stores all the data needed to start up and make the program work. Now, the "TankViewer.exe" file will open the program in Adobe Flash Player, whereas "TankViewer.swf" will open it in Internet Explorer.
To open the program, either open the "BoxViewer.swf" file or double-click on the "TankViewer.exe" file, then wait for it to start. Once it's up and running, the following window will appear on your screen (right side):

The default screen of TankViewer

Onward of this point, use the following keys to change equipment:

Key Command
A or S Changes the turret
Z or X Changes the hull
C or V Changes the paint
T Toggle ON/OFF for turret
H Toggle ON/OFF for hull
or Rotates the turret

Download

To download this viewer, click here.

Other TankViewers

Despite people popularly needing Viewers for the current designs in the game, did you know that there viewers that show you almost all of the game's previous and old designs? They're as follows:

  • oldTankViewer - Shows the oldest designs of turrets and hulls available then. | Download
  • OldTankViewer - Shows some of the older designs for equipment available at that time. | Download
  • TankViewer2.0 - Shows the designs that were going to be featured in Tanki 2.0. | Download
  • TankViewerFan - Contains all of the fan, tournament and World Cup paints. | Download


BoxViewer

This viewer allows you view all drop boxes from the game, including all textures that were introduced to the game after each graphic update. This includes supply, crystal and Gold boxes!

Instructions and Commands

Once you have successfully downloaded BoxViewer, open the file and extract all files and folders to a suitable location, such as your Desktop. For organization, you can create a new folder under the name "BoxViewer" and include all those files in it. Once this process has been completed, the following files will appear on your screen:

BoxViewer 1.png

The "data" folder contains all the images and files necessary for the program to work and show different types of drop boxes, so it's advisable not to play around with the files it contains. The XML document stores all the data needed to start up and make the program work. Now, the "BoxViewer.exe" file will open the program in Adobe Flash Player, whereas "BoxViewer.swf" will open it in Internet Explorer.
To open the program, either open the "BoxViewer.swf" file or double-click on the "BoxViewer.exe" file, then wait for it to start. Once it's up and running, the following window will appear on your screen (right side):

The default screen of BoxViewer

Onward of this point, use the following keys to change the drop boxes:

Key Command
A or S Changes the drop box

Download

To download this viewer, click here.

Other BoxViewers

Here are some more BoxViewers you can use to preview boxes designed for older graphics updates, Tanki 2.0 and much more:

  • OldBoxViewer - Shows some of the older box designs in the game. | Download
  • BoxViewer2.0 - Shows the designs that were going to be featured in Tanki 2.0. | Download
  • TestBoxPreview - Previews all of the Test Boxes featured in the end of many V-LOGS. | Download


FlagViewer

As self-explanatory as it sounds, this Viewer allows you to view all of the flag designs there have ever been in the game.

Instructions and Commands

Once you have successfully downloaded FlagViewer, open the file and extract all files and folders to a suitable location, such as your Desktop. For organization, you can create a new folder under the name "FlagViewer" and include all those files in it. Once this process has been completed, the following files will appear on your screen:

FlagViewer 1.png

Some of the many flag previews in FlagViewer

The "data" folder contains all the images and files necessary for the program to work and show different types of flags, so it's advisable not to play around with the files it contains. The XML document stores all the data needed to start up and make the program work.
To open the program, open the "FlagViewer.swf" file, which will open the Viewer in Internet Explorer. Once it's up and running, use the following keys to change the flags:

Key Command
A or S Changes the flag

Download

To download this viewer, click here


Soundpack

Lastly, for all of you videomakers and content creators out there, here's a pack of all of the sounds coded in the game, including the sounds of turrets firing, engines revving and many other minor sound. Take a look!

Instructions

Once you have successfully downloaded the Soundpack, open the file and extract all files and folders to a suitable location, such as your Desktop. For organization, you can create a new folder under the name "Soundpack" and include all those files in it. Once this process has been completed, the following files will appear on your screen:

Soundpack 1.png

Some of the many sounds located in the Soundpack

The first folder you'll see is the list of sounds with an extension .MP3; this means that they can be played right after downloading on a software already present in your computer, such as Windows Media Player or Groove. The second folder contains the same files, but with an .OGG extension. By default, these will play on a browser, such as Chrome or Firefox. If you open one of these files, the loader will look somewhat like this:

Soundpack 3.png

Last but not least, the last folder contains all of the same files but with a .WMA extension, which is basically playable right on a software in your computer.