Rockwell was a small mid-western town in the first Destroy All Humans!. On his first mision to this town, Crypto infiltrated the local fair and hypnotized Miss Rockwell into walking to the saucer for probing. Shortly after she reaches the saucer, the police arrive and Crypto must destroy the fairground. The newspaper blames the destruction on a freak storm. On his second mission, Crypto impersonates the mayor (after putting him to sleep) and convinces the citizens that nothing unusual is going on. It is also during this mission that Crypto learns of the town of Santa Modesta. On his third and final mandatory mission to Rockwell, Crypto uses a film made by Orthopox to hypnotize local teenagers. The newspaper says the film has something for everyone. The newspaper for this town is "The Rockwell Gazette".
Places of InterestEdit
- Carnival - A small fenced in area, at the edge of the town. It has many stands and rides, including a ferris wheel, a tent, a petting zoo (featuring only a cow), and a stand where the Mayor is planning on talking to Miss Rockwell. Crypto destroys this area with his Saucer.
- Town Hall - The town hall is the largest building in the whole town. It has 2 balconies, and it is where the Mayor gives his speech in the 3rd mission.
- Police Station - Rockwell has the only police station in the game. It is next to the shopping area and has no role in the game.
- Drive-in Theater - The drive in theater is one of the largest areas in Rockwell, and is where Crypto uses a film to mind control teenagers. Across from the screen is a small building which appears to sell snacks, and to the left of that is a small, fenced in gazebo.
- Near the 1st landing zone, to the right a sign reads "Santa Modesta, 180 miles".
- If Crypto gets killed in Rockwell, the newspaper headline sometimes says "Creature Found in Woods".
- Near the bridge left of the fair a sign (although difficult to spot) says "Blackberry Hill".
- When first selecting Rockwell, Orthopox angrily says "Roswell, Rockwell! That's the last time I take directions from a Cryptosporidium."
- On a sign, it says "Rockwell Pop: 3200."