Demolicious iOS

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  • Summary: Featuring intuitive touch-screen controls, Demolicious challenges you to carefully aim and fire powerful cannons to destroy cargo crates while solving challenging physics puzzles. Test your skills in over 60 unique destruction arenas and mini-games. Destroy all crates in the arena in any wayFeaturing intuitive touch-screen controls, Demolicious challenges you to carefully aim and fire powerful cannons to destroy cargo crates while solving challenging physics puzzles. Test your skills in over 60 unique destruction arenas and mini-games. Destroy all crates in the arena in any way imaginable in order to win. Use the full 3D environment to solve puzzles and destroy explosive crates to do heavy damage. Switch between cannons and viewpoints at any time in order to destroy with tactical precision from multiple firing angles. Create havoc with ricochets, explosions, and domino effects! Enjoy the spectacular fireworks as a barrage of instant replays celebrates your success or failure in all its’ destructive glory! Expand
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  1. Feb 9, 2012
    70
    It's just one of "those games" that kind of speaks to everyone. It could use a little refinement (I mean what game couldn't?), but it's definitely a fun little iOS distraction.
  2. Jan 31, 2012
    70
    It is fun to play in short bursts, and perhaps in short bursts it might last you a little while. If you like long gaming sessions though, it can easily be done in a few hours. Hopefully in future updates Strange Games will add new chapters that are a lot harder, and integration with Game center.
  3. Jan 30, 2012
    60
    A little light on content and design, Demolicious is an interesting first step for a talented team, but one that doesn't quite live up to its billing.