Demolition Inc.

Reviewed by Syrsly on Jan 01, 2012
Game Overview
Release Date:
September 19, 2011
Platform Reviewed:
Personal Computer
Platforms Available:
Playstation 3

Demolition Inc. is a very cheap game, so it is very reasonable to question its quality. Have no fear, this game is worth the price ($2.49 during Steam sale) and then some!

Demolition Inc. is a game about destroying towns and architecture by manipulating traffic. It is very archaic, yet it is also strictly kid-friendly. It has very simple controls and is somewhat easy to play, however, it offers many difficult challenges for the long term gamer.

The length of the game is somewhat short but long enough. The replay value is higher than you would think, and the menu is very comfortable when replaying levels. Loading screens are only seen when actually starting a level, and you will not have to endure a loading screen when restarting a mission.

The music is nothing special, but the sounds are nice, and the dialogue is easy to read. Everything is in big lettering, and the story is almost non-existent, which is a good thing in this case, because the game makes very little sense.

Overall, I highly recommend this game when looking for a casual game for children. It does not baby you too much, and the more violent children may still enjoy wrecking havoc on buildings and traffic. If you're not sure about this game, download the demo from Steam.

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