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  • Category: Games / Simulation
  • Published by: Jundroo, LLC ?
  • Size: 23.5 MB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    * Fixed the issue where the game would not work on high DPI devices, such as the Surface Pro or the Sony Vaio Duo 11.

Dummy Defense

Use the blueprints editor to design a structure that will protect your dummy, Melvin, from some random danger. You'll have to work with the available materials. Most of the time you'll use wood, sometimes you'll use concrete, but you must always use your most important asset: your brain. A wise person once said: "An engineer is someone who can do for a dime what any fool can do for a dollar." In Dummy Defense, your design must not only be strong enough, it must be cheap enough to win. Building cheaper structures will earn you more stars on a level. Create your design in seconds with the blueprints editor. If you make a mistake, simply tap the Undo button. Zoom in and out by pinching the screen and pan the view using a two finger drag. While testing, you can see how the strain is distributed across your design. Areas that are under immense strain are colored bright red, while other areas are colored green. This allows you to find and fix problem areas in your design. The slow motion slider lets you slow things down so you can see how your design is failing, and it is also incredibly fun to watch explosions destroying your design in slow motion.

Features:

  • Realistic physics simulation
  • Ragdoll physics
  • Replay slider lets you replay the action in slow motion
  • 25 unique levels
  • Stress display shows problem areas in your design
  • Smash your design to pieces in the finger test, or blow it up with realistic explosions

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10 comments



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20 June 2013

well this is free for android devices , sadly after paying for it on the win8 platform I have it is less than half the levels android users get. another "lets rip off windows users" app. love the game hate the BS


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2 May 2013

I am trying to build a game myself that leverages great ideas and uses them in a more innovative, addicting that can result in an original game. Great job!


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15 April 2013

This is a fun and challenging game. Please add leaderboard support like the Windows phone version has. It would be nice to switch between devices and pick up where I left off. Thanks @channel9 for showcasing this indie developer.


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9 April 2013

This is a great game! My only problem with it is that there re not more levels. Please make more levels!


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12 January 2013

Pretty fun game!


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16 December 2012

Fun game!


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26 November 2012

Great concept...look forward to more levels & materials. A way to share user defined screens would be nice too.


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7 November 2012

Very touch friendly and fun physics game.


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20 October 2012

Runs well on Windows 8 Tablet (x220t). It would be cool if the developer would implement using the eraser side of the Wacom Pen (for penabled tablets) to delete segments.


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20 October 2012

It's an entertaining game but there's no sound.

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