Parents' Guide to

Creative Destruction

By David Chapman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Fun Fortnite clone in mobile battle royale game format.

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For those that say it is a Fortnite ripoff it is not . Did u know that Fortnite actually copies dance moves idea from 2016 Uncharted 4: online and the new cars update was inspired from Creative Destruction??!! In your case then we must also say that PUB-G is a C.O.D ripoff as well right? Game is not violent and when ur player dies he goes up in a balloon that too waving. Game supports low-end devices and takes up less space than Fortnite. Most pros use default skins so it wont really tempt u to spend. You can turn off the mic if u want to by just tapping the mic logo.

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Parents say (5 ):
Kids say (14 ):

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that's the case, the folks behind Fortnite must be basking in the warm glow of this well-made copy. Make no mistake, Creative Destruction is a blatant rip-off ... sorry, "homage" ... to the hit battle royale game. What's most surprising, though, is that this particular clone is actually pretty good. In fact, if you squint hard enough, you might even mistake one game for the other. The controls are fluid and responsive, coming naturally to anyone who's played a first- or third-person shooter in the past. As with most battle royale titles, this is a game of survival, so it tends to cycle between long periods of eerie silence followed by frantic action.

Creative Destruction hits all the main bullet points of the Fortnite formula. There's the staging area for players to practice their skills in. There's the mad dash to dive out of a flying bus-like vehicle. There are the fun, distinct neighborhoods. There's even the occasional air drop filled with extra goodies. Not to be outdone, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds gets a bit of a shout-out too, as players can sometimes find extra accessories and clothing to add to their collections. Matches seem pretty stable, though some of that could have to do with some games being populated by AI-controlled bots. These bots tend to be easier cannon fodder than actual players, and you'll probably pad your numbers with these kills for a while, because there doesn't seem to be much of a population playing the game regularly online. Still, Creative Destruction should be more than enough to scratch that Fortnite itch for mobile gamers.

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