Plan the perfect heist using creative problem solving, brute force, and everything around you. Teardown features a fully destructible and truly interactive environment where player freedom and emergent gameplay are the driving mechanics.
Tear down walls with explosives or vehicles to create shortcuts no one thought was possible. Stack objects, build structures, or use floating objects to your advantage. Take your time to create the most efficient path through the level and get ready to run.
The moment you pick up your first target, an alarm goes off, and the heat is on. Run, jump, drive, slingshot, do whatever you need to collect all of the targets, and escape before security arrives.
With your company pressured by increasing debt, you start accepting work from some more or less shady individuals. Soon you are knee-deep in a murky soup of revenge, betrayal, and insurance fraud. Beginning with some more or less legitimate assignments, you soon find yourself stealing cars, demolishing buildings, blowing up safes, and more. Upgrade your expanding arsenal of tools by searching for hidden valuables scattered around the environments.
Play around in the various environments with the tools you have unlocked. In this mode you have unlimited resources and an abundance of vehicles. No pressure, just pleasure.
Build your own environment or modify one of our examples using the free voxel modeling software MagicaVoxel.
Hey there! Welcome to this week's roundup of the YouTube, where we took a special look at an awesome overhaul mod and some solid more recent releases. Let's get into it!
The Clone Wars captured the hearts and minds of Star Wars fans for years, embroiling them in the conflict shown and discussed throughout Star Wars canon. Now, you can fight them yourself not only as the good-ish Republic and bad-mostly Separatists, but as a variety of other groups in various modes that encapsulate the appeal of the Clone Wars again.
Some like to build, some like to craft, and some like to wreak havoc in a physically-simulated voxel-based environment. Sound specific? That's the offering of Teardown, a heist game where you "create" your own route by carving a hole through obstructions. Case your perfect score and then make your getaway before the authorities arrive to thwart your plans.
Step into the shoes of Tony Snyder, a former Navy Seals operative who just joined T.S.O. - a top-secret worldwide military organization which specializes with espionage, sabotage, infiltration - you name it. A new terrorist threat has been discovered, and they are planning something big. Uncover their secrets and plans as you fight against them and save the day.
Quake Champions was intended as a celebration of id's lineup, featuring new and old faces in a competition between players and franchises. Freed from the limitations of commercial gaming, however, QC: DE transfers the formula into 2.5D and has other classic icons - like Caleb, Serious Sam, or Duke Nukem - join the fray for some real clash of the titans stuff.
In DOOM, guns do most of the killing - with the occasional guest appearance from your fists or a chainsaw. However, demonslayers don't discriminate, and this modder decided it was time to dish out justice with a sharper edge. Introducing - DOOM: Shinobi, where kunais, katanas, and killing feature in spades. Take a look!
Our first count-down since before MOTY, this is also our first count-down making use of a much tighter format. Taking hints from the success of the Shorts so far, each mod has a much more laser-focused screen-time and with more emphasis on leaving you wanting to visit the mod for yourself instead of hearing most of what it has to offer.
That's all for this round-up. What do you think about the mods listed? Feel free to discuss below and check out the YouTube for more videos past, present, and future!
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