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You are a force of nature. Move and manipulate Mother Nature to your design. The world is yours to control and destroy using forces of nature of your choosing. Each scenario offers unique locations, challenges and goals that cause the player to use the forces of nature in different ways.


Start with lightening, tornadoes, and earthquakes and increase your power until you have mastered all of Mother Nature's forces.
Blow buildings apart, start raging fires and damaging lightning as you cause mayhem in towns, cities, and the countryside!
Multiplayer modes include Cooperative, Competitive Destruction in both Online and Split-screen.

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