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Dynamite Blast is an interesting puzzle game for free. This game is all about the proper use of high explosives. It is up to you to strategically place the dynamite and wait for the right moment to set it off and achieve the desired result.
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Description: Dynamite Blast is an interesting puzzle game for free. This game is all about the proper use of high explosives. It is up to you to strategically place the dynamite and wait for the right moment to set it off and achieve the desired result. Each level has a special goal to achieve. Placement and timing is everything. Blast bridges, towers and vehicles with dynamite.You need to place the dynamite in the right places to complete mission. Use the mouse to control the game. Place the bombs on beams. Also you can blow up beams, stones and wooden boxes. See the in-game instructions for more details. Come on and have fun!
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