Join the Demolition Man Lawrie and his crew of misfits, as they crash and bash everything from heritage properties to industrial warehouses for cash. Don't be fooled, Lawrie's not just a demolition man; he's also a treasure hunter. He salvages stuff that would otherwise end up at the tip, finding rare items which he's accumulated into one of the world's best collections, worth millions. From vintage cars to buckets of old roofing screws, Lawrie has found it all. What he finds he drags back to his shop to sell, and he knows how to sell it for a quid.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Demolition Man is a pair of action video games based on the film of the same name. Acclaim Entertainment published the 16-bit version, which features run and gun gameplay, for the Super NES, Sega Genesis and Sega CD. Virgin Interactive released a completely different game for the 3DO that combined several distinct gameplay styles. In both games, the player controls John Spartan, the main character from the film, as he attempts to find and defeat his nemesis, Simon Phoenix.
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Reviewing the Genesis version, Scary Larry of GamePro found some problems with the game, in particular the generally “dreary, dark” graphics, but found it overall effective in every respect. He described it as “the kind of game that brings a smile to the faces of 16-bit vets who appreciate a good solid platform/action game.” Captain Squideo reviewed the Super NES version for GamePro, and commented that it “parallels the recent Genesis game: it's fast, fun, and explosive.” He remarked that though veteran gamers may find the game too simplistic, it is intense and fun overall, and that unlike the Genesis version the graphics are colorful and effectively convey the postapocalyptic settings.
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