Control an RC car within a scale model of Chernobyl in a browser game
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Having a remote-controlled toy car in your childhood was a blessing and a source of never-ending joy - well, until the batteries ran out. There's one thing that missed in early years of these toys - small attachable cameras, which are a common thing nowadays. Cameras greatly add to the experience, and there's even a browser game based on that particular kind of entertainment. Meet Isotopium: Chernobyl, where you control RC cars within the boundaries of a scale model of notorious Chernobyl.
The game even has a basic story/lore, which is a great achievement for a browser game on its own. However, it's not a generic browser game we are talking about, because Isotopium: Chernobyl actually allows you to navigate the streets of a toy version of the town and to meet other players. Remote-controlled robotic cars even have some kind of an arm which can be used to wave your online mates. And it's not only cool by the definition - it's a great entertainment while you play. And yes, you have an actual objective - to find and collect radioactive isotopes.
According to the short story description, scientists have discovered a brand new way to collect energy that requires harvesting radioactive isotopes, which can later be turned into usable safe energy. The biggest source of isotopes is - obviously - the town of Chernobyl, where you are tasked to collect these things.
Isotopium: Chernobyl raised funds via Kickstarter to become playable, but sadly, newcomers have to pay in order to enjoy the online project in its full glory. You can give it a single free try though, which is 10-15 minutes long, and collecting isotopes grants you additional playtime, but once you run out of time - you have to pay.
Hit the link in order to play the game and sign up for a free try.