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Mar 6, 2010 | 3:12 AM EST

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On Saturday 27th of February, 2010, a major 8.8 magnitude Earthquake struck the shores of Chile.
Many tsunamis and replicas have followed. Whole towns have been wiped out. Lots of people have
died and searching for bodies under the ruins is really hard. Water, electricity and
communications where lost, causing mobs of people assaulting market places. The army had to act
to restore order to the streets. Currently there is a curfew over those cities.

The whole country and many others are trying to help.

INSTRUCTIONS
This game uses real data obtained from http://earthquake.usgs.go v to simulate real earthquakes and replicas that have struck Chile until the 4th of March. Your objective is to minimize the number of deaths, try to recover as many bodies as possible and try to reconstruct as much as you can using the money from donations available. If an earthquake strucks a damaged city more deaths will occur.

Reviews


foxwellkobayashifoxwellkobayashi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

scary

that was my first earthquarke. i hope that everything be ok...
viva chile!!
(sorry about my english XD)



9ninetails9ninetails

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You are making a point that really needs made

as i have said, this is a much needed point. the reason you dont get a 10 is you do need to put in a disclaimer, the ppl that lost loved one will be hurt by this and you need to point out that this is reconstructing what happened. 5/5 9/10


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Play4Chile responds:

You're right. I added a disclaimer at the beginning. Thanks!


BrigadierDBrigadierD

Rated 1 / 5 stars

WOW thats a high score

i had so much fun. not like theres ganna be a ton of earthquakes in one specific area, and i kinda dont care much about this problem because people should of figured out the there was a fault right next to chile, i mean you have to learn for yor mistakes and one way to fix that is to just get the hell out of chile. problem solved