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This September, an experimental nuclear fusion reactor was completed in Daejon, Korea. Built at a cost of 300-billion over a period of 12 years, the Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research reactor thrusts Korea to the forefront of nuclear energy, and, given that it's been running for a few months now, would appear to have been successful. Especially at not detonating in a mammoth world-ending explosion. But how is the plant kept running?
NUCLEAR FUSION MANAGER
"Entering special ranking of the specialist of fusion, supervise running of the mutual nuclear factory (Creek Research Energy Tool Interactive Nuclear) of the research energy equipment of the inlet. Indicate the worker of the floor with the completion of perplexity of the tile, control the central temperature of the plant with the completion of perplexity of the tile, organise the safe procedure of completion of perplexity of the tile, avoid the ventilation of melting of miserable worldwide end and with the acquisition of perplexity of the tile. That exciting, is education!"
"What we could understand of Nuclear Fusion Manager, we enjoyed. Admittedly, what we couldn't understand of Nuclear Fusion Manager was also enjoyable, if inadvertently, but in the end it didn't really matter either way. Because Nuclear Fusion Manager is basically Tetris wearing a suit of apocalyptic consequences..."
5/10, Official Games Magazine magazine
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