Chemical Spillage Simulation
You’ve just been enlisted as a novice member of the Special Chemical Disaster Prevention unit and as such cannot yet be trusted to engage in highly specialised missions. However, as you progress through the ranks and further your career, you'll be able to drive bigger vehicles and perform more dangerous missions as your experience grows. Your initial assignments are geared towards chemical spillage prevention but will also include extinguishing house and warehouse fires. You’ll then progress onto the recovery and analysis of chemical and radioactive materials, escorting radioactive materials transportation and a mission involving an atomic power plant.
The vehicles you'll be in charge of include:
- Special Chemical Analysis Vehicle where you can analyse chemical and radioactive materials
- Fully controllable Robot Analysis Unit to collect dangerous materials
- A truck mounted Chemical Prevention Mobile Unit. You will have to set up this unit on every hazard action site to have full access to the Oil Absorbing Unit, bio hazard suits and the Contamination Meter
- Standard fire-fighter cars are also available
Not for everybodymahon | Aug. 9, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »
Of all the simulators I played, the most uncommon one must be the Chemical Spillage Simulation. Of course there was the Airport Firefighter Simulator already, but the new Chemical Spillage Simulation could be considered an adjusted continuation of the firefighter game. So you have to take care of your city's security from chemical spillage. You have a vehicle depot, crew and even little robots that can be used to collect and sample the spillage. Driving around the city is not very difficult and reminds of other games from Excalibur. The game is a nice mix of a depot management and simulation game, but it's not for everybody. For many gamers the very subject may be too odd or not interesting.