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Destruction Carnival
Author: Museum CareTaker Submitted: 19th May, 2009 Favourites:4
Genre: Action Downloads: 792
47th Place     (4.57 / 5)

Edited By Museum CareTaker on 5/20/2009

-This game is part of the Click-Museum-

Game Created by: Charles Tomino
Original Release Date: 1997
Open-Source .GAM file included!

Welcome to Destruction Carnival! As Super-Agent D.S. Troy, your mission is to battle your way through Amadeus' contest and then defeat the evil warlord himself. The game is separated into three stages, each containing 4 waves of enemies and a boss character.

There is also a bonus stage after the first and second boss encounters, which gives you the chance to earn a 1-UP. The waves steadily increase in difficulty, introducing new enemies and bringing them on in greater numbers.

Destruction Carnival is a game similar in style to Smash TV and Robotron, with enemies galore, fantastic explosions, blood, frantic action and enormous bosses..

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Posted by nim 19th May, 2009
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So much work went into the production of this - well over 10 years ago - that if it were released NOW, it would compete with Knytt Stories and Lyle for the top spot. I played this so much that the music from Axelay didn't remind me of Axelay anymore.
Posted by Dustin Gunn 19th May, 2009
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My favorite klik game, still.
Posted by Sketchy 19th May, 2009
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I'd heard it mentioned a lot as a "Klik classic", but never actually played it 'til now.
Definitely lives up to the hype though

Anyone know a similar Klik game, set in a castle, with dragons and (I think skeletons), but with futuristic weapons and like cryo-chamber things? It came free on a magazine coverdisc years ago and was really good. Unfortunately I lost the disc, and now can't find the game anywhere. I think it might have been called "Castle of Doom" or something vaguely like that?
Posted by Jess Bowers 19th May, 2009
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This was (is) such a phenomonal game. There were so many Klik games that came out after this that borrowed graphics, code, and ideas that I couldn't count them all. Hats off to these guys for this TRUE "Klik Classic."

EDIT: Hey Rikus, can we include the .GAM file with this download. It would be nice for folks to see the source code for this one.
Comment edited by Jess Bowers on 5/19/2009
Posted by UrbanMonk 19th May, 2009
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I first played this game off of one of those 500 games in one CD I bought at radio shack. It was funny because I didn't know anything this great was possible with KnP. I popped it open in KnP and I couldn't understand any of the code back then. Good Times.
Posted by markno2 19th May, 2009
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This game is awesome. It's got a story, humour and action. This is way better than Knytt Stories, Nim.
Posted by Matthew Wiese 20th May, 2009
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I love the gameplay and cute styled gfx of this game. Definitely a "klik classic!"
Posted by Bricnic 23rd May, 2009
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Amazing game, and so damned hard. I had to edit it and give myself a ton of lives to beat it, and I still lost like 50 lives by the end
Posted by alastair john jack 27th May, 2009
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Decent game, I found it a bit tedious and uninteresting though.
Posted by Hayo 27th May, 2009

I don't remember this. I was too young.
Posted by Pixelthief 28th May, 2009
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really hayo? You've got a year or two on me and I remember getting that darn KIorchid track stuck in my head from this
Posted by chrilley 28th May, 2009
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An old klik-classic I still love.
Posted by Rikus 26th June, 2009
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Classic! Charles should make a 2009 re-make!
Posted by maVado 29th June, 2009
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With the power of MMF this would be great.
Posted by Asholay 4th July, 2009
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Yeah - a remake would be great... there's lots that can be done with this!





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