Worldwide Nuclear Explosions

Worldwide Nuclear Explosions


Did you know that over 2000 nuclear tests have been conducted? Did you know that it is estimated that over 2.4 million people would eventually die from various forms of cancer as a result of these tests?

This application is meant to encourage you to research further into the effects of radiation and consequences of such testing, by presenting the history of worldwide nuclear testing data, in a real-time interactive visualization.

We enjoy creating educational apps, and are working on merging the worlds of learning and gaming by presenting content in a meaningful, interactive way.

INFO: This app is in early beta. It shouldn't break your phone but please be patient with us. We are working hard!

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FEATURES:

Contains all known and publicly admitted nuclear tests, exactly 2041 of them!

360 degree view, so you don't miss an explosion on the other side of the world!

Per country details of most important nuclear test data.

Database of all known worldwide nuclear explosions.

Countries in database include China, France, India, Pakistan, UK, Russian previously USSR, US, and one listed as Unknown.

Each test contains data for GMT date of test, latitude, longitude, depth and total yield of the device.

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KNOWN BUGS:
Got bugs? Let us know please. We will fix them as soon as possible.

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Upcoming Features

Known nuclear disaster maps, including up to the most recent Fukushima disaster, along with various real time readings of radiation around the globe.

Nuclear weapon use in war.

Missing nuclear weapons aka broken arrows.

Radiation chart. Compare dosages and typical exposures.

Show long term radioactive effects and areas affected for years following the blast.

Visual historic graph showing ebb and flow of the nuclear testing.

Recent changes:
Fixed slide in menu issues.

Sound beeps for the passing of time, month and year.

Fixed clicking through overlapping GUI buttons.

Various code optimizations.
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About Worldwide Nuclear Explosions
Did you know that over 2000 nuclear tests have been conducted? Did you know that it is estimated that over 2.4 million people would eventually die from various forms of cancer as a result of these tests?

This application is meant to encourage you to research further into the effects of radiation and consequences of such testing, by presenting the history of worldwide nuclear testing data, in a real-time interactive visualization.

We enjoy creating educational apps, and are working on merging the worlds of learning and gaming by presenting content in a meaningful, interactive way.

INFO: This app is in early beta. It shouldn't break your phone but please be patient with us. We are working hard!

------------------
FEATURES:

Contains all known and publicly admitted nuclear tests, exactly 2041 of them!

360 degree view, so you don't miss an explosion on the other side of the world!

Per country details of most important nuclear test data.

Database of all known worldwide nuclear explosions.

Countries in database include China, France, India, Pakistan, UK, Russian previously USSR, US, and one listed as Unknown.

Each test contains data for GMT date of test, latitude, longitude, depth and total yield of the device.

------------------------
KNOWN BUGS:
Got bugs? Let us know please. We will fix them as soon as possible.

----------------------------
Upcoming Features

Known nuclear disaster maps, including up to the most recent Fukushima disaster, along with various real time readings of radiation around the globe.

Nuclear weapon use in war.

Missing nuclear weapons aka broken arrows.

Radiation chart. Compare dosages and typical exposures.

Show long term radioactive effects and areas affected for years following the blast.

Visual historic graph showing ebb and flow of the nuclear testing.

Recent changes:
Fixed slide in menu issues.

Sound beeps for the passing of time, month and year.

Fixed clicking through overlapping GUI buttons.

Various code optimizations.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 13, 2015
Why it ended in 1998 Well in 1998 soviet union fell to the u.s
A Google User
Jul 28, 2015
Pretty good This is pretty good view of many many nuclear testing, honestly when i close my eye and play this simulation the explosion sound like a very intense gun firefight. Lol😜👍
A Google User
Jul 27, 2015
I would have liked it better if you could see destruction or choose a location
A Google User
Jun 24, 2015
Missing countries North Korea and Israel should be added. And USSR should be Russia.
A Google User
Jun 13, 2015
Boooo This game is shit shit game