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Chemical Spillage Simulation hitting PC in June

8:30 AM on 05.24.2013 // Jim Sterling
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Simulate those spilled chemicals!

Excalibur Publishing, the company behind such titles as Euro Truck Simulator 2, Camping Manager, and Bridge Project, has lifted the veil off its latest celebration of mundane majesty -- Chemical Spillage Simulation.

"Your initial assignments are geared towards chemical spillage prevention but will also include extinguishing house and warehouse fires," reads the press release. "You’ll then progress onto the recovery and analysis of chemical and radioactive materials, escorting radioactive materials transportation and a mission involving an atomic power plant."

As you rise through the ranks, you'll get to drive a truck, and command a special analysis robot. It all unfolds in an open world that includes a hospital and some farmland!

"Double check your hazard suit, because you’re part of the Special Chemical Disaster Prevention unit, handling some of the most dangerous materials in the world that are both toxic and very deadly," promises Excalibur. "You’ll need to seek out these materials using a selection of different tools to combat the spills before they cause any harm to any civilians."

The game is scheduled for June, and you are excited to know of it. 




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