We gave you the heads up back in April that Demolition Inc. had arrived for Tegra devices by way of the Tegra Zone. Gaming developer Zeroscale Games has today made the addictive, physics based, destructive cavalcade available to the wider Android market.
Check out the full list of features and if that teases out your destructive side you can pick the game up for £1.59 ($1.99) by clicking the links below.
… is a new action strategy game: Assume the role of the daring demolition worker Mike and start a devastating chain reaction on earth. Use cool tools and weapons and expand your destructive powers!
You navigate Mike’s UFO over the cities of Earth and unfold complete chaos with your tools and weapons: Cars which drive into tower blocks and make them collapse; high-rises which fall onto other high-rises, exploding cows which make whole streets of houses come tumbling down!
DEMOLITION, INC. is 100% physics technology: nothing is predetermined, and nothing is pre-animated. Your actions alone decide what happens and what you see!
Because of this, every time you play will be a unique experience and you won’t get enough from those explosive chain reactions you make by yourself.
Ground-breaking technology – Car and building physics is fully simulated. Everything is destructible and nothing is pre-animated. No game round is like another.
Combining action and strategy – Use the endless possibilities of combining your tools and weapons to make devastating chain reactions. Only this way can you manage to tear down whole cities!
Tools and Weapons – Use you tractor beam to take control of cars, place anti-gravity ramps to maximize damage, use the huge wrecking ball to clear your path.
Improve your skills on the way and unlock breathtaking and crazy new tools and weapons!
Exciting levels – 6 cities and 27 districts are waiting to be demolished by you and led to their fate!
Campaign mode – Fulfill your mission and destroy one city after another. By cunning use of your tools and weapons you will turn district after district into rubble!
Rampage mode – Limitless destruction. Unleash mayhem with all your tools and weapons you have unlocked. The level is your playground and you experience new breathtaking scenes of destruction over and over again.
Online high scores – Compare your skills with those of your friends and the world-wide OpenFeint community.
Tegra Zone, nVidia’s showcase for Tegra optimized games, will be offering Borderlands 2 and Demolition, Inc. At PDXLAN 19 in Dallas last week, Borderlands developer GearBox Software showed off Borderlands 2 running on a Tegra 3 tablet. Although juicy details for Borderlands 2 are scarce, it is currently scheduled for a release sometime around summer of this year, which could lay the groundwork for the first console-quality game released simultaneously for Android. The original Borderlands was a great game (I’ve only played it on PC) and with the Tegra 3′s PC-class GPU on board, I can only imagine how great BL2 will be once it’s released.
Demolition, Inc. will also be featured on Tegra Zone, an action strategy game where you play the role of a demolition worker. The game is designed to showcase the physics processing capabilities of Tegra devices. The game is scheduled for release sometime in March. Here are some of the features to expect:
- Car and building physics are fully simulated. Everything is destructible and nothing is pre-animated
- Use the endless possibilities of combining your tools and weapons to make devastating chain reactions
- Use your tractor beam to take control of cars, place anti-gravity ramps to maximize damage, use the huge wrecking ball to make way
- Three cities and 15 districts are awaiting to be demolished by you and lead to their true destination!
- Compare your skills with those of your friends and the world-wide steam community
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