Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 File Format: zip
SHA1 Hash: 089b77a3cad4e0787e93e08e524eb82a40037713 Game Platform: PC | Windows
Size: 14.12 MB
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Downloads: 754 License: Free
Sinking Simulator 2 is a free game by Wicpar and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download Sinking Simulator 2 which is 14.12 MB in size and belongs to the games category Other, Casual, Sim. Sinking Simulator 2 was last updated on 2017-04-27 and is currently at version 2.
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Ships have come a long way over the centuries, especially when it comes to size and the technology they pack on board nowadays. Unlike cars or airplanes, ships have been around for thousands of years, which means that people had a great deal of time to learn how to design them as well as possible. Computers made the whole thing much easier, on the other hand.
Simulate gruesome scenarios for your enjoyment
Sinking Simulator 2 is a game written in Java that allows you to simulate the most awful scenario a ship captain can go through: sinking. Fortunately, the game is not full of gore or traumatic experiences, since it’s just the ships themselves without any crew. On top of that, the graphics are very simple as well, since most ships are just made out of basic lines and solid colors.
It doesn’t actually matter how everything looks, on the other hand, because the game is tons of fun if you are interested in such things. It comes with a wide palette of tools that can be used to customize the sinking and simulate the conditions as close to reality as possible. Thus, there are many ships to choose from as well, including multiple Titanic versions, Lusitania, and even USS Bismark.
Use sliders to control the water properties
Besides the ships, you can also control the conditions and the water behavior, as well as increase the wave height, their frequency, and a variety of other things. You can even decide the seafloor height and the rigidity of the ships, as well as their buoyancy factor and the flood speed. Some of these settings may not have immediate results, but it’s still a great way to customize the experience.
Moreover, you also have access to a tool that allows you to poke holes in the ship, or even cut it into multiple pieces. It’s a great way to see what happens in various unlikely circumstances, but the simplicity of the ships can make the whole thing feel boring after a while. To make matters worse, this Alpha version also comes with a lot of bugs and glitches, which although are normal for a game in this stage, they make it even more difficult to stomach the lack of proper graphics.
On the right path to success
When it’s all said and done, Sinking Simulator 2 can certainly keep you busy for a while, at least if you enjoy breaking things and watching them go down in flames. However, the game needs a lot more work before it can hit the mainstream market.