Demolition Man is a mission in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City given to protagonist Tommy Vercetti by property developer Avery Carrington at the Avery Construction Site in Vice Point, Vice City Beach, Vice City.
Avery Carrington is looking at some more development land, located up the road from his construction site. Avery's problem is that construction has already begun, so Avery asks Tommy to destroy the site. Tommy leaves Avery's construction site and walks to the edge of the site, where a Top Fun van is located with an RC Goblin and four bombs. Tommy enters the van and uses the remote control helicopter to transport and plant bombs in various locations around the site, whilst avoiding the construction workers and security guards. After Tommy places the four bombs on the site, the bombs are detonated and the construction site is destroyed.
In order to complete the mission the player must:
- Get to the TOPFUN van near the building site to be demolished
- Use the RC helicopter to transport bombs to four demolition points on the building site
- Since the mission timer does not start until the first bomb is collected, the player can fly the RC Helicopter around the construction site and kill the security guards and construction workers. This can minimize potential damage to the helicopter as the construction workers carry hammers and the security guards are armed.
- The stairways between the second and third floors are open, allowing the player to bypass the third floor and head straight to the fourth floor.
- If the player is unfamiliar with the helicopter's controls, it is recommended to plant the first bomb on the fourth floor and travel down the floors until the last bomb is planted on the ground floor.
- The mission's name is a reference to the 1993 action movie of the same name.
- This is the only mission for Avery that does not require the player to change their clothing.
- One of the construction workers says "What the f...", making it the only time in the whole game where the word "fuck" is intended to be said, albeit interrupted.