Released first on Android and PC, Creative Destruction, the most famous clone of Fortnite, arrives at Apple devices. The game is available for free on iOS and is known to be lighter than the competitor.
Focusing on serving those who own old iPhone and iPad, and who can not run Epic’s famous game, Creative Destruction even runs on the iPhone 5S and iPad 3 without problems. Well, not so smooth like that, after all, the game is full of buttons and throwing it on a 4.5 inch screen should be a terror.
But back to the game, Creative Destruction for iPhone and iPad, is identical to the version of Android. The game is a Battle Royale, where players can destroy objects and create new structures to protect themselves from enemies. A light, colorful and fun game.
Just like in Fortnite, the focus is the children’s audience. So much so that by firing on an enemy, you do not kill him, just put him out of combat. By “dying”, you are collected by a balloon that takes you out of the game.
Despite the weird name of the developer (Yuan Zuo), the game is actually from NetEase and this is a new version of the “seemingly canceled” Fortcraft. NetEase has made some modifications so the game does not look so much like Fortnite, and thereby avoid a potential process.
Developer: Yuan Zuo
Advertising: No | Online Game
Contains built-in shopping: Yes
Requires iOS 9.0
Language: English | Size: 1 GB
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