The packaging was very flashy with bright colors and large lettering.
The front panel lists the contents of the box as well as the basic premise for the game. For some reason it incorrectly states that there are five lights on the tanks, when there are six. An odd mistake.
There are lots of warnings on the packaging.
One more, in case you missed the first.
A third warning for good measure.
Top w/cardboard off
For shipping, the antennae are taped to the top plastic.
Top plastic off
The packaging is actually quite clever. It displays its contents very well.
Angle from top
Tanks and controllers out of packaging
Tanks from front
Tanks from back
The big red button at the rear of the tanks is a reset button for the lights.
If you want to fool your friends, make sure they don't see this.
Three AA batteries required.
The tanks take three AA batteries. While the tanks are shipped with batteries, they recommend they be changed immediately. Personally, I didn't have any problems with the included batteries. I did have extras on hand, just in case, though.
Three AAA batteries required.
The controllers require three AAA batteries. These are included, too, and come with the same recommendations as the tank's batteries.
Controller from top
Controller bottom low
Controller bottom high
Here you can see that a LED on the front of the controller comes on when you switch it to high.
I tested the voltage, and it came out to about 18.5 volts.