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Normally a peaceful creature, the Destructopus can spend centuries slumbering at the bottom of the ocean. After being rudely awoken by greedy oil hungry industrialists, the Destructopus surfaces to find a polluted and dying world. Overtaken by rage and longing for the green earth it once knew, IT SEEKS ONLY REVENGE!
Control the Destructopus as you level entire cities, battle massive bosses, and take on armies of enemy attackers! Deal out the destruction with your smashing claws, vicious chomp, and blasting laser eye. Upgrade and attain new powers to defeat the polluters!
Master your attacks and face off against massive bosses. Each with their own weakness, you must utilize your Destructopus attacks wisely to defeat them and save endangered animals!
- Explosive physics based arcade action
- Rewarding attack combos and multipliers
- Unlockable and upgradeable powers
- Smashing soundtrack
- 4 unique terrains to rampage
- 25 enemy types to defeat
- Multiple destructive attacks
- Pick up and play controls
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