Tuxedo Labs creates explosively addicting world of destruction in ‘Teardown’

“Prepare the perfect heist in this simulated and fully destructible voxel world. Tear down walls with vehicles or explosives to create shortcuts. Stack objects to reach higher. Use the environment to your advantage in the most creative way you can think of.” 

Sound Interesting? Tuxedo Lab’s Teardown is a voxel-based physics simulation game where you can destroy almost everything from the buildings to the grass; it’s all destructible. 

Recently the early access game released its full campaign and object spawning capabilities, but arguably the true beauty of the game is in its modding potential. Teardown has a large and quite active modding community, and with thousands of downloads and thousands of users, the possibilities are endless. 

The game is currently only available for early access on PC, but the developers have not ruled out a console port. 

The main tool in the game is a sledgehammer used to demolish all sorts of things but also features loads of other tools like guns, spray paint and even a blowtorch and fire extinguisher. The game aso features explosion physics and all sorts of particles, and the game is also said to have a particle revamp in it’s 1.0 update.

Teardown is a great game for anyone who has been looking for a new game to get into with its stunning graphics and amazing physics. I have to say it takes the cake for me.

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