The nuclear catastrophe of Chernobyl occurred on April 26, 1986 at 01:23 clock in the reactor block 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant near the 1970 founded Ukrainian city Prypayat. On the seven-stage international evaluation scale for nuclear events, it was classified as the first event in the highest category of catastrophic accident (INES 7) (not to be confused with a GAU, a technical design fault of a nuclear system). Already 4 years earlier it had come in September 1982 in block 1 to an accident in the category Ines 5, with the same cause as the more acquaintance catastrophe in 1986.
In a simulation of a complete power failure under the direction of Anatoli Djatlow, on 25 April 1986, due to serious infringements of the safety regulations and the design properties of the graphite-modernized nuclear reactor type RBMK-1000, it was an uncontrolled increase in performance, which on April 26 at 01:23:44 clock to the explosion of the reactor and the fire of the graphite used as a moderator led. Within the first ten days after the explosion, radioactivity of several trillions Becquerel was released into the earth s atmosphere. The radioactive substances thus entered the atmosphere, including the isotopes Caesium-137 with a half-life (HWZ) of around 30 years and IOD-131 (HWZ: 8 days), contaminated the region northeast of Chernobyl as a result of radioactive precipitate, as well as by wind proliferation many Countries in Europe.
After the catastrophe, so-called liquidators began decontamination of the most affected areas. Under the direction of the Kurtschatow Institute, until November 1986, one made of reinforced concrete proven provisional protective coat (Russian объект «укрытие», object Ukrytije ), which is usually referred to as sarcophagus.
Through the worldwide health long-term sequences, in particular those, which are due to an effective dose increased compared to natural radiation exposure, there have been controversy for years. WHO, in a report cooperated with the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Organization, holds approximately 4,000 deaths in total worldwide through cancer. Deaths attributed to the disaster attributed to death, mostly due to acute radiation disease, there was less than 50, according to this report, the indirect and statistically determined death victim numbers will be significantly higher. In a report of 2016, IPPNW brings a statistically associated with the nuclear disaster in a 2016 report. According to health, millions of people suffer. The unsecar published in 2008 concluded that a total of 43 deaths were attributable to the reactor accident at that time. The most important effect was in the strongly contaminated areas of Chernobyl the increased occurrence of thyroid cancer observed, a cancer form with very good prognosis. This increased increased by simple medical means, through a so-called iodine blockade, from the then government can be prevented. The then Secretary-General of the Central Committee of the KPDSU, Mikhail Gorbachev, described in 1986 in a public statement the Western reporting on the misfortune with allegedly thousands of Dead as Refueling Antisowjetic Has and called in speech on international cooperation in the area of ​​peaceful use of nuclear energy to 2006 writes Gorbachev in a book, Chernobyl may be more than his perestroika the real cause of the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Last Battle: Fukushimon, the mobile game for Android and iOS, is the first video game inspired by the recent nuclear catastrophe in Fukushima, Japan, March 11, 2011. This is a hyper-casual title developed by Dawn Dice, designed to entertain people. But also sensitize the disaster and the terrible time of history that has happened a little over 8 years ago. The game has the devastating consequences of the event, as well as an immersive scenario and unique gaming mechanisms.

Fukushima s nuclear disaster occurred in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan. After Chernobyl, it is the second most serious nuclear accident in history and has been ranked at level 7 international events of nuclear events. It started on March 11, 2011 with the Tōhoku earthquake and a tsunami. The active reactors of the plant stop automatically when an earthquake is detected. However, after the power failure, diesel generators have started to operate and power the pumps, which triggered a chain reaction. 46 minutes later, a 14-meter high tsunami has arrived and overwhelmed the lower levels of the plant, which have only neutralized security measures and security measures. Three nuclear mergers and three hydrogen explosions were then conducted, resulting in a rejection of radioactive contamination in the air.

The Last Battle Mobile Game Entertains, but also tries to raise awareness of environmental pollution and nuclear research. Its history is closely linked to the gameplay, according to the press release. An example is that in the game, players will be attacked by mutated radioactive fruits, which have eyes and are called the Fukushimon. The course of history is to save the world of a nuclear attack. The game is free and available at a time on Game of Google and iTunes App Store.