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A 2player retro-action game which gives you a taste of the great gameplay of a lost era. Fight against a friend and CPU enemies in a mazelike world filled with valuable items. Earn money and buy weapons, armor & power-ups to grow more powerful!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
16 ( -2 -12.5% )
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: An 2player action/arcade retro game which will give you a taste of the great gameplay from a lost era. Fight against tanks, battledroids, bulldozers, jeeps, walkers and your opponent in a mazelike world filled with valuable items and power-ups. In between rounds you buy weapons, ammo, explosives, armor and fill your inventory with specials. Earn money to buy powerful equipment and weaponry so that you can defeat tougher enemies and earn more money to grow even mightier! There are almost 100 things to buy. Destruction II has lots of settings and statistics, load and save possibility, dual joystick support and interactive help. You can play up to 16 players in cups and leagues!
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