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Submitted by mcroberts 646d ago | review

Demolition Inc. Review - Midlife Gamer

MunkiMatt says: "Demolition Inc is a physics puzzler that finds you playing as an alien called Mike, who has been given the job of demolishing buildings across Earth so that it can be turned into a luscious tree filled park for his race.

Each level presents you with an isometric viewpoint of your surroundings which is made up of different building structures and busy roads with cars and lorries going about their daily business. These unsuspecting motorists and their vehicles are about to help you complete your missions." (Demolition, Inc., PC, PS3) 6/10

Killzoner99  +   646d ago
This game is still better than anything found on Wii U. PS3's worst is WiiU's best.
Cajun Chicken  +   646d ago
This game is actually pretty great, I've had it for a while, but just getting the best results can take some real planning.

Just to clarify, I've had the PC version on Steam for about a year.
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