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Welcome to our Tanks a Lot Tiny Tower cannon guide! Here we’ll talk about all the pros and cons of this cannon, and, more importantly, the most optimal way(s) to use it. Each cannon in the game has the unique special ability, and that will be one of the main focuses of our Tanks a Lot cannons guides.

Tanks a Lot Tiny Tower

Unlocked: League 5

Card Rarity: Common

Damage Type: Splash

Ammo Capacity: 4 (Average)

Weight: 1, Light

Range: 14

Special Ability: Ultimate Shot

General Characteristics

In Tanks a Lot Tiny Tower is very light but has a decent range and this is its main advantage. Solid ammo capacity means that you don’t really have to worry too much about accuracy and, besides that, projectiles from this cannon have a slightly higher speed than the other splash weapons. The downside is that damage per shot isn’t that great.

Special Ability: Ultimate Shot

As with any other common cannon card, level 4 is required to unlock a special ability. Ultimate shot deals a decent amount of damage and its good special ability but not great – compared to the other cannons. When activated, 5-6 shots will be rapidly fired from your cannon, but the problem is that these projectiles are a bit slower than your standard ones and they’re also not really accurate (every shot won’t hit the point that you’re aiming at).


  • Base: Light Tracks/Four Wheels/Six Wheels
  • Commander: Brad “Ace” Malone (increases damage and improves the special ability of this cannon)

With this cannon, you really want to have a light, fast base because Tiny Tower has a weight of 1 and it will not limit the mobility at all. With that being said, ambush tactics and finishing off already damaged enemies is how you should play with this little tank – avoid a “fair” battle when faced against heavy tanks because they can dish out and take more damage than you. High mobility means that you can dodge low-speed shots from long-range weapons like a Mosin for example – also never drive in a straight line when fighting these “sniper” tanks and you’ll be fine.

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