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Pick one of the big nuclear players – from known Superpowers to an upstart hellraiser like North Korea – and plan your strategy wisely: Limited but clever options let you as the leader of your superpower steer your nation’s fate: Expand to other countries, build bombs or debuild in order to restructure your arsenal. Or use research to widen your options, such as: Ability to act quicker and build bigger bombs, better recon on your enemies actions, automated self-defense-sequences and many more.

- Play as one of 11 nuclear superpowers against up to 10 enemies
- Playing on a 3D globe with a beautiful view onto the earth
- Custom made for touch interfaces: fully controllable through gestures and contextsensitive menus
- 4 branched tech tree to research powerful recon, capability, efficiency or weaponry upgrdes
- Makes you think why we still carry such a large nuclear arsenal with us in this day and age
- Multiple strategies with more or less destructive results for the earth
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