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Friday Fun: Rubble Trouble Tokyo

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After another long week at work why not relax and have some fun while waiting for Friday to finish out? In this week’s game your job is to demolish old buildings in Tokyo using explosives, demolition tools, and other assorted destructive goodness that you acquire along the way.

Rubble Trouble Tokyo

The object of the game is to successfully demolish old buildings using explosives, demolition tools, and other nice surprises you find along the way.

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Each level begins with a bit of dialogue pertaining to that particular assignment…you can read through it or choose to skip it altogether.

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Once the dialogue part is finished you will see the tools that you have available to work in the lower left corner. The tools will vary from level to level… You can also monitor the buildings remaining in the upper left corner.

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Click on the Nitro Button, place it in the desired location, and left click to detonate it.

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One building down…

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Two buildings down now and ready for the last one.

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At the end of each level you will see your scores (and bonus if any).

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On to the second assignment and something that is a bit more fun to use!

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Yes! A Mechzilla to play with!

Note: Make sure to read the note on Mechzilla so that you know how to operate it.

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This is going to be awesome…

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Now this is the way to demolish an old building!

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Cutting that building “down to size”… Good luck and have fun!

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Play the Game

Rubble Trouble Tokyo

Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 12/9/11

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