The enormous and frightening results of mankind's most dangerous invention, nuclear weapons, have never been more realistically visualized than in the new Nuclear War Simulator.
Ivan Stepanov, a producer who was born in Kazakhstan only 100 miles from the site of numerous Soviet nuclear tests, has personally witnessed the impact of nuclear weapons development on the world and those around him. This experience was decisive for Stepanov and was the driving force behind the development of the Nuclear War Simulator, a powerful tool for modeling and visualizing nuclear conflicts.
Nuclear War Simulator was originally created as an educational software used by academic institutions around the world, but it now exists on Steam (PC) for a wider audience, thanks to the expertise of respected wargaming business Matrix Games.
From the start of the launch sequence through the nuclear winter, the simulation engine accurately depicts the danger and destructive potential of an atomic bomb.
Nuclear War Simulator is one of the first dedicated programs to study the ins and outs of nuclear warfare, from the design of warheads to their disastrous effects on densely populated areas such as London, Paris, or Beijing. At the heart of the Steam release is a highly accurate sandbox simulation engine with accurately simulated effects, including real weapon designs, warheads, missile defense systems, explosion and firestorm data.