Game Info:

Dismantle: Construct Carnage
Developed by: Great Helm
Published by: Great Helm
Released: February 13, 2019
Available on: Windows
Genre: Action
ESRB Rating: Not Rated
Number of players: Up to 4
Price: $11.99

Thank you Great Helm for sending us this game to review!

Dismantle: Construct Carnage is a fun 3D fighting game where you take crazy robots and make them fight. You can do battle against AI, or you can connect a few controllers and challenge your friends. With many maps and a lot of weapons, this game has a lot of content.

When you play a round, you need to choose a construct to bring into battle, and also choose a ruleset. Then, you start fighting. The game modes you can play are deathmatch, survival, executioner, and timed match (timed matches cannot be played in team games). In deathmatch, you just need to get kills and do damage in order to win. In survival, all constructs die permenantly (other game modes make constructs respawn after dying). In executioner, you get kills only for making the final blow of an enemy. In timed matches, you have a limited amount of time to get as many kills and damage as possible.

A cool thing about this game is that if you damage an enemy enough, their limbs will fall off. Once they do, you can pick them up and use them as a weapon. When they only have their head and torso left, they can self-destruct, dealing lots of damage but also making them lose their lives. Also, if they don’t self-destruct, you can knock their head off. If you do not have a torso, you are powerless and can only run (by this I mean roll around). Other people can pick you up and shake you around, instantly killing you.

Dismantle: Construct Carnage

Strong Points: Fun; multiplayer
Weak Points: Unoriginal music; bugs and crashes
Moral Warnings: Violence

One thing I should note is that all of the game modes seem the same, even though it says they are different. There are some minor differences, but they all play very similarly. I would not be able to tell what mode I’m playing if I am not told what it is.

There are a bunch of pre-made constructs, but you also can make your own by customizing an existing one. You can customize how it looks, how it fights, and what its special is going to be. You can choose if it’s tuned towards attack power, attack/movement speed, damage with special, or you can make it balanced in all of these categories. The abilities are Frenzy, Furious charge, Incinerate, and Energy Barrage. Frenzy increases your attack damage and speed. Furious charge makes you run in a straight line, wrecking everything in your path. Incinerate makes you breathe fire, dealing much damage. Energy Barrage releases a bunch of plasma that homes in on your targets and deals loads of damage.

Dismantle: Construct Carnage
Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 62%
Gameplay: 13/20
Graphics: 7/10
Sound: 5/10
Stability: 2/5
Controls: 4/5

Morality Score - 91%
Violence: 5.5/10
Language: 10/10
Sexual content: 10/10
Occult/Supernatural: 10/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical: 10/10

The graphics are fine, but the music is unoriginal. The controls are simple but they work. I have heard a few of the songs that play in this game play in other games. Another thing to note is that if you click anything while the game is starting up, it crashes.

Morally, it is fine because there is no blood. There is oil that spills out as well as nuts and bolts, but other than that it is fine. The “gore” does not disappear, but it is not too bad anyways.

Dismantle: Construct Carnage is pretty family-friendly, and since it has local multiplayer you can play with your friends/family if you want to. It is very entertaining, so if you want, you can pick it up. Even though it is fun, I think it might be a little over priced. But if it's on sale, you might wanna pick it up.

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