Published 6 Feb 2017
[cont'd] to you and I. That may sound easy enough at first but these kinds of games are never quite as easy to master as they seem. The problem arises when the Royal Seal is protected by a puzzle of surrounding stone blocks. In order to get to the Seal, one must dismantle these blocks by shooting them down. Unfortunately, you only have a certain number of shots available across all 5 levels of any given chapter so you'd better get your aim and your strategy right straight away.
To truly master The Art of Destruction, one has to balance the needs of each lesson while preparing for the challenge that follows so patience, accuracy good strategy are your best bets here. The first 12 Chapters of the game are open and unlocked and contain 60 Lessons while there's an additional 26 Chapters that can be found and unlocked. They feature a further 120 Lessons. Finally, you can unlock any of the locked Chapters that are hidden throughout the various initial 12 Chapters by finding and breaking the glass blocks that conceal them. So, as you can see, there's a lot of entertainment here if you wish to prove yourself the master of the game.
The Art of Destruction is one of those games that is easy enough to play but very difficult to master. The motto that describes the game states that "Mastery requires iteration, while patience conquers all things." How true that is of...