Khor Chin Heong
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: Core i5
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: Integrated Graphics
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Storage: 3 GB available space
- OS: Windows 10
- Processor: Core i7
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or better
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 3 GB available space
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Disassembly 3D Review: Controlled Destruction
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Disassembly 3D is a game that lets you disassemble different items, like furniture, tech devices, and so on. You can download Disassembly 3D to make sure that controlled destruction is fun.
Disassembly 3D Concept 5/5
Probably we all have sometimes run into a puzzling situation of fixing or transporting some big complicated item. What it takes is first of all disassembling it, remembering all the connections and position of each detail. This game is exactly about that.
The game gets more complicated with each new level. You may need to dig really deep inside the construction to find all the screws and joints keeping the construction together. Then you need to bring the disjointed parts out to free some space for your further operations. And then proceed until there’s nothing else to disassemble.
The game provides a kind of meditative feeling. Despite the time counter on the top of the screen, you don’t have to hurry if you’re here to enjoy the process. And, in fact, this feeling is the reason to play Disassembly 3D. By the way, it’s really 3D enough to take it to the name.
Visuals Effects 4/5
Not caring much about the environment, the developers concentrate on the item suggested to you. It’s transparent when it comes to other items lying around, but not at all when you need to look inside of it to search for screws or other connections. Some might call the visuals poor, but the game is not about being spectacular. It’s a puzzle, after all. And what is important to solve it is done properly.
Audio Effects 3/5
In fact, there’s no audio required at all. You can work in complete silence or turn on some music you like, but it doesn’t impact the gameplay. So just listen to what helps you to concentrate and never mind. Any noticeable music or soundtrack would be excessive, when thinking of the environment completely sacrificed to the main item.
The trick is that you have no tools for your work; or, rather, they apply automatically. All you need to pull something out, unscrew or disconnect any other way is to tap the connecting unit. But it may be a hard task to get to them. To turn the object around hold your finger on it and drag; to change the perspective hold your finger off the object and drag. It seems simple but requires a little trying to get used to.
Replay Value 4/5
The developers provide a lot of levels (read: things to disassemble). But you can improve your result with any particular one. The game records the time it took you to complete any level. When you’ve got through it, the operations will be easier to repeat, and that’s tempting. Besides that, the game provides a very good meditation experience, when you’re concentrated on doing your thing.
To finish this Disassembly 3D review, we recommend you playing it on an iPad if you have one. The details may seem too minor on an iPhone (though you can zoom in to help it). In all the ways it’s a decent puzzle based on real objects made just like their real analogues. There may be better ways to learn, but this game is good at delivering fun.
The reason to download Disassembly 3D is a possibility to do that work with no real damage, and it’s already worth it.
Pros : Realistically made items;
Meditative experience while playing;
No damage to real objects (seriously).
Cons : Minimalistic visuals;
Some levels may seem too hard if you’re no engineer deep inside.
Replay Value 4.0