60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure is an amazing game developed by Robot Gentlemen for iPhone and iPad devices. The game is about a guy named “Ted” who only has 60 seconds to collect his supplies and take his family with him to a shelter under his house before a nuclear bomb strike. Thanks to the Government, Ted has a nuclear bomb alarm that goes on 60 seconds before a nuclear bomb strike. Sounds awesome, doesn’t it?
The game is available in 10 different languages. This includes English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese BR, Russian and Spanish. So if you got problems understanding English, you can simply switch to your Language to make the game more easy for you to understand. 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure game had officially been released on September 22, 2016.
60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure game is only 345 MB in size. We know that the size is really big, but according to us, it’s totally worth downloading such a game. If you don’t believe us, you can check out all reviews published on iTunes by random people with all positive reviews.
60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure – Screenshots
60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure – Trailer
The game is available for download at the price of $2.99 on iTunes. But the real question is, is it really worth paying for such a game? After playing the game, we found the game totally worth its price. This game is totally different compared to others games. This game not some boring game with you would regret after downloading. If you would like to download the game, simply click the App Store button below:
For more information about the game and its developers, or of you would wish to contact them, please visit their official website http://robotgentleman.com/60seconds/. They can be followed on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and YouTube too.
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