Hands down, my favourite game on itch.io. I've played it for hours with friends, and we still love it! A steam release would work wonders for this game.
A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
Nuclear Reaction is a one-button local-multiplayer game for two to four players. The goal for each player is to survive a world-war, while everyone else gets destroyed.
I fixed some stuff that always bothered me about the game
- Beginner friendly UI
- fixed most issues on lower framerate
- more rotation
- different physics
Activate actions by reacting on the buttons symbol:
- Shoot rockets to destroy enemy bases
- Create shields to defend your base from incoming rockets
- Conquer countries with planes to gain energy for rockets, shields and planes
- Music from Gustav Holst, Johann Strauss Sr and John Philip Sousa
- Navigate through the game with just one button
- Play with up to 4 players
- Configurable controls
|Published||1 year ago|
|Platforms||Windows, Mac OS X, Linux|
|Tags||2D, Colorful, Fast-Paced, Gravity, Local multiplayer, Multiplayer, one-button, Real-Time, Tactical, War|
|Average duration||A few minutes|
|Accessibility||Configurable controls, High-contrast, One button|
|Player count||2 - 4|
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Thank you for this game!! I spend a good time with my brothers!! Hilarious for four players! Could be a good idea add more players...
Simple idea, yet addictive game. Some online multiplayer and AI might boost the game to a new level.
Thank you! I'm currently missing the motivation to continue working on this game, but I will definitely keep that in mind.
Does the game have gamepad support?
You can configure the controls in the unity player configuration input panel, which starts at the beginning, but the default controls are keyboard only.
Can you make an x64 Linux version of the game?
Hope it works:
It didn't work unfortunately, I got this message (in Dutch :p):
'Er is voor bestandstype 'uitvoerbaar bestand' geen toepassing geïnstalleerd.
Wilt u zoeken naar een toepassing om dit bestand mee te openen?'
It basically says that there is no program installed to support this executable. I guess the computer doesn't know that the executable should run on itself and use the data from the folder.
Thanks for publishing a 64-bit version, though.
I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 btw