Elephants are the largest animals on earth. One would think that their impressive size could protect them from predators, and this was indeed true for a very, very long time, until man came onto the scene! Remember that scientists estimate that their population decreased 10 times within 1 century and we should therefore be involved in their protection.
CyberDodo and Nuclear Disasters II (1-20)
On 11 March 2011, the Fukushima atomic plant joined Chernobyl at the top of the list of nuclear disasters at a severity level of 7, something which, according to ‘specialists’, was impossible to reproduce...
There are only 7 levels used to measure the severity of disasters, which prove mankind's feeble attempts to master the atom...
On 26 April 1986, an event occurred at Chernobyl which according to statistics was guaranteed to be impossible. This was followed by an intense communication campaign, which explained that only the surrounding environment was contaminated, that the technology was old and particularly that it would be isolated for several million years.
25 years later, Fukushima occurred...
Undoubtedly it took time before we discovered the exact extent of the damage caused to fauna, flora and human beings.
Thus, in order to help us not to forget and to do everything to ensure that there is no repeat of an ‘impossible' disaster, the CyberDodo team is offering you this new mission in the core of the uncontrolled atom.
Take note, your score cannot be registered if your computer is disconnected from the internet – even for a few seconds – or if your service provider changes your IP address during the session.
How can you fulfil your missions?
Firstly, be careful, you only have one life! Do not forget to check the real-time horizontal indicator on the top right hand side of your screen to find out how much life you have left.
There are 3 levels: in order to access the next one, you must have completed the previous one.
1. Three Mile Island
The engineers can no longer cool down the core. To stop the overheating, as you go through the power station, you must collect all the water reserves and avoid the alarms and all the dangers that will make you lose your life.
There are 2 ways to unblock your passage to the next level (The door is close to your starting point). a) Collect enough water to fill the blue vertical column (on the left-hand side of the screen) b) There are 5 machines with ‘red’ lights, if you make them all go ‘green’ (By clicking on the ‘x’ when you are close to it), the door will be unblocked.
Be careful, the red temperature column will increase rapidly, if it fills before you have completed the level, you will have lost...
The power station was devastated by an explosion, the situation is extremely serious, you must avoid the radioactive elements at all cost (Potassium 40, uranium 238, caesium 137, iodine 131, etc.) and save as many people as possible.
Make sure you watch the 3 indicators...
The power station reactors are out of order and the cores will fuse, radioactivity is everywhere, avoid it so that you can remain alive and evacuate as many people as possible.
But is it really possible to escape from a disaster of such magnitude?
How will you move?
Use the arrow keys and the space bar to jump.
Good luck in your mission; we hope that no-one will have to go through this situation in real life...