Art of Destruction

Minimum requirements

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-3450
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 560(1024 MB)
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 800 MB available space
windows, mac, linux
Single-player, Steam Workshop
Casual, Indie, Simulation

14 Feb, 2022

Curator review

Relief all your stress and frustration in this fun and relaxing destruction sandbox simulation game. If you have the urge to break things then this is the perfect game for you.

Full review

If you're in need of a game that lets you unleash all your pent-up stress and frustration, look no further than this delightful destruction sandbox simulation. With its immersive physics engine and endless possibilities, it offers the perfect avenue for letting off some steam.

Whether you prefer to build your own world or explore the open levels provided, this game gives you the freedom to let your imagination run wild. Want to throw an asteroid into a building or set it ablaze? Go right ahead. Feel like smashing everything with bomb explosions? Absolutely possible.

But that's not all; this game goes above and beyond in terms of destructive potential. From tornadoes swirling through cities, sandstorms raging across deserts, black holes obliterating everything in their path, to even zombie apocalypses and nuclear explosions – there are countless ways for you to wreak havoc on your creations.

The fun doesn't stop there though! This game allows players to import voxel models and create their very own cube worlds. And if you're looking for additional resources for creating artwork or games within the voxel space, I stumbled upon an incredible GitHub project by Mike Judge containing 400 free voxel models - an absolute must-check-out!

All in all, this destruction sandbox simulation is guaranteed entertainment when it comes time to play. Release any frustrations through virtual chaos while immersing yourself in a world where breaking things has never been so relaxing – making it a perfect choice for those craving some explosive action.