Have you ever thought about how you'd destroy a city if you felt like it? The Paradym3 studio has already offered players the possibility of destroying the world and playing with fireworks. Now it puts a bunch of weapons in your hands to make a city of skyscrapers and imposing buildings panic.
Unleashed chaos and destruction!
How do you think the world will end? People usually bet on meteorites, radioactive leaks, or a global pandemic. However, in City Smash, players are responsible for destroying a city with different natural disasters (and some man-made ones).
This game is a physics playground where you can destroy a city with a nuclear bomb, a missile, a black hole, a laser beam, or lighting.
To play in this simulator, you have access to some classified tools with icons located at the bottom of the screen. You can use black holes, earthquakes, tsunamis, air attacks, storms, laser beams, radioactive explosions, and even an alien invasion, among other possibilities. To activate one of these options, simply tap on the chosen icon and be the spectator of our own chaos.
One interesting thing about this game is to choose one (or more) tool and watch the events unfold. The two-dimensional graphics offer exquisite realistic physics, complemented by special sound effects, all of which create a very cool immersive experience.
The scenario of the game is straightforward, as it is always the same city. However, you can change some of the features of this town from the tools menu. Thus, you can make it rain or snow and change the background buildings to mountains or forests.
If you have ever wanted to play god and witness the destructive devastation of an entire city, this is a unique opportunity. Of course, it's totally ill-advised to try to reproduce these experiments at home.