DescriptionDemolition Simulator is a game which allows the player to control big machines which can be used to knock down big buildings.
The player starts on a relatively small scale with a pneumatic hammer, a bulldozer and a scoop. Using these tools they must demolish a church and clear all the rubble into containers within ninety minutes. As the game progresses other machines become available, these are lorries, a wrecking ball crane, and dynamite. The buildings increase in size too culminating in a block of flats and a power station.
The machines are controlled by a combination of mouse and keyboard. The pneumatic hammer, for example, can be controlled with the mouse, just drive it close to the building, point the mouse cursor at the wall and the game will do the rest. Alternatively the player can use the keyboard's W A S & D keys, or the arrow keys, to control the movement of each of the three segments of the hydraulic arm to target the precise spot on the wall they want to attack.
All vehicles are controlled via the keyboard. As stated above the W A S & D keys, or the arrow keys will move the vehicles forward or backwards as well as steering left/right. The 'B' key reassigns these keys to the vehicles mechanics so that the same keys will, for example raise and lower the scoop as well as changing the angle so that it either carries or dumps its load. There's a small schematic in the menu bar at the top of the screen which shows which part of the machine the controls are targeting.
All the game's mission scenarios can be played in 'Free Mode', i.e. they can be played without objectives or time limits. The game also contains an editor so that the player an design their own levels.
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- "Blasting and Demolition Simulator" -- Original title
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