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Ask Japan is a simple anti-nuclear game with a little surprise at the end.

You are in a Nuclear Power Plant and something goes wrong… you will not survive.

Hit to destroy atoms as quick as possible, they become smaller and faster each level.

Sometimes an hydrant help you. You will not survive with more than 100 atoms left.

The use of the Smiling Sun® is licensed by OOA Fonden.
What's New
Version 0.3: initial release.
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6 or later



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Hawk commented on 08 Jun 2011
I regret having made it to the game very much.
It is not a game for Japan but a reality, and there are victims.
It dislikes it insensitively of the remainder.
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Hawk replied on 08 Jun 2011
Add infomation.
A too insensitive guy is this fellow.
http://twitter.com/#!/cgand

Even the fatuous attempt of applying to Mac App Store for software that sneers at Japan is done.

Go to hell with Chinese Gold farmer!
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Gand replied on 09 Jun 2011
Very sad for the victims of tsunami, that's nature.
The aim of the game is remember you that playing with atoms is dangerous. So in the game, so in real life.
This is because as final surprise you can't restart the game but only quit.
I'm the first worried about Fukushima disaster, that's human.
I hope I'll never say "Ask (put the name of your country)".
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HackDefendr reviewed on 05 Jun 2011
Simply put, I agree with 'Thresher the Shark', and '808armada'.
[Version 0.3]


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Thresher-The-Shark reviewed on 05 Jun 2011
In unbelievably bad taste.
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G-money commented on 05 Jun 2011
VERY offensive.
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Gand replied on 06 Jun 2011
Sorry, offensive are those that pollute our planet.
burypromote

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Crgand replied on 05 Feb 2013
@Lee_Xiao Agree. Is this little app free, isn't it?
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Someonenew reviewed on 05 Jun 2011
Rather stupid: destroying atoms actually creates radiation. Seems to be rather pro nuclear powerplant. Which is OK with me btw.
[Version 0.3]

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Gand replied on 06 Jun 2011
You are right, I'd freeze than blast atoms.
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Grayson Manley rated on 09 Oct 2012

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Negritude rated on 05 Jun 2011

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Elijahg0 rated on 05 Jun 2011

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Kris_nx rated on 05 Jun 2011

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Type:Games : Action
License:Free
Date:05 Jun 2011
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Ask Japan is a simple anti-nuclear game with a little surprise at the end.

You are in a Nuclear Power Plant and something goes wrong… you will not survive.

Hit to destroy atoms as quick as possible, they become smaller and faster each level.

Sometimes an hydrant help you. You will not survive with more than 100 atoms left.

The use of the Smiling Sun® is licensed by OOA Fonden.


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