It’s safe to say that the theme of worlds in a post-apocalyptic setting, survivors of a global or local catastrophe brings success to the Ukrainian developers of video games. Just remember the legendary series S. T. A. L. K. E. R. and Metro 2033, and mass multiplayer online game Survarium. Now the guys from the Studio Remote Games decided to go the safe route, but managed to make a truly unique online game called Isotopies: Chernobyl.
The point of the game is to control real RC cars with a length of about 300 mm (12 inches) remotely via the Internet. To do this, its employees have built a scale model of the iconic places of the city of Pripyat with a total area of 250 square meters. The player’s task is to collect resources and battle with others for those same resources and ranking points.
At the moment Isotopies: Chernobyl is in the testing stage, and the cost per hour is $3. A half-hour trial period, as well as a bonus repost in social networks. The developers claim the ability to play anywhere and on any device.
In the near future, mankind has depleted their natural resources and were on the brink of disaster. Scientists have developed a number of alternative methods of producing energy. One of them is to shred the radiation of the isotopes in a special kind of energy. This energy is the most expensive ground-based resources. Throughout the world, in areas with increased radioactive radiation, were installed containers for the collection of energy. Chernobyl is the largest mining area on the planet.
Collection of energy is extremely dangerous, so it is performed controlled robots are removed. Your task is to collect as many rare energy of various types, to ensure the continuation of the human race. During the mission you are waiting for dangerous and exciting adventures. Remember that for many years the Chornobyl area has been closed to people and keeps a lot of secrets and surprises. Remember that the Chernobyl area was closed for many years, and it has a lot of secrets and surprises.
Detailed information about the project Isotopies: Chernobyl can be found on the official project website and on the page in Facebook.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.