Posted: 22 months ago, last updated 8 months ago.
It’s an unusual game because you can destroy anything, its real world physics and the two phases of gameplay: prepare and execute. By destroying walls, creating platforms and driving vehicles, you can create a unique escape. As well as experimenting with tools such as blow torch, sledge hammer, fire extinguisher, guns and explosives. If you fail you can simply restart the mission and plan a new route or strategy.
The campaign mode follows the story of you and your company, increasing in debt, as you perform various heists and missions closely linked with characters you meet along the way. You can also discover new tools and other hidden valuables to be used in later missions. The realistic yet pixel-like game creates a interactive and creative world to explore, with little or no limit of what you can achieve.
As there are no people in the game, any violence is aimed at buildings and vehicles. This makes Teardown a likely PEGI 7 and ESRB EVERYONE rated game.
14+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Because of the combination of working with the real physics, and carefully planning your route through the world ahead of time, this works well for older teenagers.
You can adjust some settings for the campaign under the "game" tab in the settings menu. For example, some levels require you to do multiple tasks under time pressure and this timer can be increased through the settings menu.
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