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Blaster Simulator (PC CD)
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- Detailed 3D landscapes
- Gigantic explosions with awesome sound effects
- Countless destructible items made of wood, concrete and steel
- Five time-delayed fuses to choose from
- Over 30 demanding missions
- Offline and online high score tables
- Bonus content about the life of a demolition engineer
Blaster Simulator (PC CD)
Knock down buildings, build up your company!
Take on the role of a demolition specialist, working your way up from small tasks to some of the largest demolition jobs in the world.
The different structures you need to bring down consist of various walls, beams and supports, all requiring the appropriate explosive to get the job done. A job is only complete when a sufficient amount of the target structure has been demolished. Watch the action live on camera and even save recordings of your greatest demolition successes!
As well as the main Career mode you can also play in Free mode, allowing you to go for maximum points on the worldwide high score table. Can you become the greatest demolition artist in the world?
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The "detailed 3D landscapes" are bland, empty spaces that would have been remarkably sparse in 2002. The explosions... well, they may be gigantic, but when they fill the entire scene with completely impervious black smoke there's simply nothing to see. The controls are atrocious, feeling most like something from the 1991-vintage 3D Construction Kit. Most egregiously, the demolition physics are just woeful - using proper demolition techniques (or as near as the twitchy, unintuitive controls will permit) is just as likely to lead to a successful blast as to a contorted twizzler of failure.
There is no tutorial. The controls are not configurable. The graphics are dreadful and utterly unoptimised. The missions are a clichéd, tired lot of chimneys, masts, bridges and the like - oh, and for no apparent reason a presumably irreplacable ancient aqueduct. The interface is shoddy and barely comprehensible. The explosions are like a puff of black paint. What little documentation there is is uselessly brief and incomprehensive.
Let me remind you, this was released in 2011, the same year as Battlefield 3, Driver: San Francisco and Skyrim. That a game of this quality could still be released as a paid game is astounding. It has no redeeming features, it has graphics and gameplay from fifteen or more years ago, and it is not worth your money.