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Play as Godzilla and rip cities apart in Demolition Dash

Posted September 11, 2012 by Paolo Nikko in News

There’s nothigng better than becoming Godzilla and smashing buildings along the way.  we’ll that dream is not that far as away as Dreamfab has already developed a game that puts players shoes in the role of Godzilla that is able to crush anything in its path.

Known officially Demolition Dash, the game is already been released for iOS devices and has been awarded as the best handheld game of the year at the German Developer Awards. Following its success at the iOs platform, Demolision Dash is finally released into the Android platform. As of now,the game can only be acquired to the Amazon AppStore.

Here are is the features of Demolition Dash:

  • Two game modes guarantee hours of lasting fun – World Rampage, with 24 stages, and now: Endless Run
  •  Training mode: casual, relaxed pace for both newbies and connoisseurs!
  • Control Zilla with just two buttons – easy to play but challenging to master!
  • Physics-based destruction: smash everything in the cities to bits
  • High-quality sound effects with matching music in each city
  • Supported languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian – little Zilla is a cosmopolitan!

As you try to tear the city into pieces you’ll have to deal with military vehicles trying to stop you like tanks, helicopters, and a lot more. What’s even better is that you will take pleasure knowing that the cities that you are trying to destroy is the famous cities found in the world.

Android fans who love destruction game can tae this oppurtunity and start creating havoc as Demolition Dash is already available for download to the Amazon Appstore. You can grab Demolition Dash for $1.99. We still don’t have any word on when the game will arrive on the Google Play Store but you’ll be the first to know when it arrives.

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Paolo Nikko
Paolo Nikko

A graduate of Computer Engineering, Paolo is an Android enthusiast and spends most of his time programming and playing games. He is synonymous for the word customization, as he is curios for everything that surrounds him.