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**NOTE: Compatible with iPad 4 and higher, and iPhone 5s and up - WILL NOT RUN ON EARLIER DEVICES**
Can you drive mankind to destroy the Earth?
Spread carbon emissions throughout the world in this shockingly realistic simulation and discover the terrible price of global warming!
Push humanity to generate massive amounts of carbon emissions. Raise global temperatures! Unleash disasters! Turn the Earth into a burning hell-scape! Don’t let anything stand in your way. Plan your strategy carefully, invest in carbon heavy industries, use propaganda and adapt to political and environmental changes until destruction reigns!
Carbon Warfare was created with the help of climatology, economy and global warming experts. The effects of global warming that you see in the game are based on very real potential outcomes. Play and learn about global warming and the fatal effects it will may have on our world.
* Beautiful, interactive 3D visualization of planet Earth
* Deep level of simulation provided by reality-based events
* 5 unique game mode scenarios, each with 3 difficulty levels
* Balance profit, carbon emissions and public awareness to succeed
* Unleash 11 types of catastrophes and witness their effects
What's New in Version 1.2.0
- New perk system: Select unique disaster powers before a scenario to change how you play.
- HP bar: better visualization of a city's health.
- Fixed a rare bug where players could not open the shop.
- Fixed a bug which sometimes caused the game to freeze after the first investment.
- Fixed a rare bug where only one city is shown on the earth when playing a new scenario.
- Fixed various other smaller bugs.
Okay, I just got this game, and it's fun. I've been having fun. There's no gameplay complaints so far, and no bugs. I've got one major problem that knocks this from a 4 to a 3 though, and would probably keep me from recommending this to a lot of people; Subtlety. This game lacks it. I mean, take Plague Inc (And yes, I'm gonna compare this game to that, because the format is pretty much the same.)for example. It slips in quite a few jokes, yes, but it does it quietly, and in the background, and it's never overbearing about things. This game comes in with the tact of a sledgehammer, wielded by a walrus on a unicycle. The description for every upgrade you can by, half of the news reports, and even the very plot of the game is yelling at you "POLLUTION IS BAD. COMPANIES ARE EVIL. SOCIETY IS DUMB." Constant sarcastic reminders of how "We're screwing you over for our benefit!" And "We are bad because we are hurting the environment!" That were maybe worth a quarter smile for a second or two the first time. Now they are constant, grating, nagging annoyances. I got this game because I acknowledge that carbon emissions are a threat, and I thought some satire would be enjoyable. The thing is, there is a very fine line that seperates funny satire and annoying nagging. After a mere half-hour, this game has firmly planted itself on the annoying side of the line.
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- Category: Games
- Updated: Dec 23, 2016
- Version: 1.2.0
- Size: 427 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: Game Source Studio
- © 2016 Game Source Studio
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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