Chernobyl Liquidators Simulator is a first-person simulation game produced by Live Motion Games and with a demo version published on June 16 of this year, on Steam. The game is based on real events and takes place in 1986, in the city of Chernobyl, in the midst of a nuclear accident. You control a Liquidator, a civil and military worker called upon to carry out containment tasks and somehow try to reverse the disaster. Its role is to contain fires, enter the ruins of the plant, try to save as many workers from the building as possible and find a way to reverse medium and long-term threats, as well as discover the hidden truth behind the disaster.
Without a doubt, this is a very impressive simulator: the game features excellent and well-produced graphics, the soundtrack has a style similar to that of drama movies and it matches very well with the sense of threat, danger, tension and urgency that the game offers. The gameplay is simple but functional, after all we are talking about a simulation game. Here you control several liquidators, each with their perspectives and thoughts on the disaster. To survive threats, you'll have a special mask to protect yourself from radiation, as well as various instruments to continue the game. In addition, you will be faced with difficult moral choices, and it is up to you to have the wisdom to make the right decisions.
The game is not without its flaws, and I can mention a few, such as excessive loadings and some crashes during the game. Besides that, Chernobyl Liquidators Simulator is, definitely, a game worth checking out, and you can either see the gameplay by clicking this link here, or download the demo (and even put it on your wish list) by clicking on the game page below: