Chernobyl Liquidators REVIEW

The Chernobyl disaster was a major incident that shocked the whole world and drew the attention of many to the topic of nuclear energy.
Chornobyl Liquidators is a game that draws inspiration from the heroic exploits of the accident response team. It combines a fictional plot, replete with intrigues and personal backstories, with a historically accurate story. The result is an exciting and daring game that puts you in extremely difficult situations.

Although, to be honest, not everyone will like the gameplay, despite how good it is. Chornobyl Liquidators, in fact, has a gameplay House Flipper, but about half of its variety has been replaced by a plot.

So, what do you do at Chornobyl Liquidators? In fact, you are part of the cleanup team. In your arsenal, in fact, a giant brush, a dustpan, an aerosol can and a Geiger counter. They are called differently in the game, but they are used mostly the same way.

What’s great about the game is how versatile these tools are in the radioactive landscape. You can not only use them for their intended purpose, but also discover new ways in times of urgent need.

Although your equipment is essentially endless, the same cannot be said about your stats. As the game progresses, you will have to control your health, stamina, stress and radiation levels. These characteristics are inextricably linked to each other. For example, getting a sufficient dose of radiation will lead to a deterioration in your health. Meanwhile, with a sufficiently low level of health, stress levels will gradually accumulate.

To survive after the fallout of a nuclear disaster, you must get supplies (taking them without consequences, like the real protagonist that you are) by completing the tasks that you are ordered to do. You should also establish strong connections with the people around you by helping them, listening to their troubles, providing them with items, etc.
All this will be useful as you navigate the ecologically and politically dangerous landscape of the Chernobyl liquidators

The most interesting thing about the game Chernobyl Liquidators is not only the gameplay. She really has a story! But it’s not just the linear story that usually accompanies games of this type. Chornobyl Liquidators allows you to make choices that determine the direction of the game’s narrative. In addition, these options are designed in such a way that you can choose a side that is usually neglected in plots rife with political conflicts: a draw.

Despite the fact that the game really proceeds quite linearly, regardless of your choice, to be able to refuse each side their requests and demands and keep everything to yourself when you have the opportunity is a real breath of fresh air.

The Chernobyl liquidators were heroes who had many roles during the liquidation of the consequences of the Chernobyl accident. Some of them include extinguishing fires caused by a reactor accident, removing radioactive debris scattered throughout the territory, sanitizing affected areas to prevent an outbreak of diseases, and many other tasks.

You are provided with an arsenal of tools that will help you perform the same tasks. What makes the game even more exciting is that your tools are limited almost as much as the real ones. For example, your atomizer needs to be pressurized regularly, and your hose cannot spew water without connecting to a hydrant. Heck, even if you can’t get too far away from the hydrant if your hose is connected to it.

As much as I hate to admit it, Chernobyl Liquidators currently has quite a few bugs that range from funny graphical problems to serious ones that can force you to restart the game. Fortunately, the latter were extremely rare.
And on top of that, while your game character has an amazing set of animations for almost everything he does, the same can’t be said for all the other characters. They all move like hypnotized characters or scattered zombies. And very poor interaction animations.

Chornobyl Liquidators is a pleasant and serious game that simulates the titanic efforts of teams to eliminate the consequences of natural disasters in nuclear disasters. It also depicts very realistically the political intrigue that arises in such major accidents. Although he is greatly hampered by numerous bugs and not very good voice acting, there is hardly anything that could completely ruin your game. At least you will get at least enough pleasure from it to justify the purchase.