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Destruction II

Version: 1.0

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Language: English
Score: 8 out of 10
License: Demo
Date of Release: Wednesday 22nd of January 2003
Operating System: Win95/98/NT/ME/2000

Entertained tank battle in a labyrinth

Destruction is a game designed for games of two players, in whom both opponents face their tanks filled with the ammunition in a labyrinth in which in addition there is multitude of objects to collect.

The primary target is to end your enemy and to stay as only survivor, since that is the way to gain the rounds of the game.

Nevertheless, there are other objectives during the game as they are to deal with arms and the ammunition and to gain the greater amount of possible money, since the more money you have, the more powerful and difficult to destroy you will be.

Destruction also has a strategy component, since you must be careful at the time of choosing the arms, the ammunition and shields that you are going to buy; each one has its advantages and disadvantages.

The money, a tool helpful to gain the games, can be gathered in the corridors of the labyrinth or it is possible to be won dealing with your properties or destroying tanks.

Limitations of the version demo:
You do not have access to some options of configuration of the game

  • Operating System: Win95/98/NT/ME/2000

    Destruction II 1.0

    Developer Website: http://www.destruction.nu/news.html


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