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FormatNintendo GBA Game
ProgrammingChristian (WiDDY)
GraphicsChristian (WiDDY)
Jason (T.M.R)
Release date19th August 2007
Released forBuenzli 16 (2nd - game)
External linksPouet

Nintendo GBA

Deep in the heart of the hills of Wenley something is amiss. The Wenley Moor nuclear power plant, buried five hundred feet below ground level, is at risk. The control computer has been infected by a virus from an unknown source. This virus has caused the complete shutdown of all computer systems and a total randomisation of the core settings. Fortunately, the computer is now offline, but there's a catch; all ninety nine cores are now dangerously unstable and, although all shields are in place for now, they will soon be unable to contain the entropy. It's up to you to straighten this mess out.

You have at your disposal a core monitor unit to remotely edit the rod statuses of each core in turn, but here's the problem; when you toggle a rod a chain reaction occurs in the surrounding eight causing them to flip states too. And worse still, the shielding has to be disabled to allow the monitor unit access to a core, effectively giving each a time limit until meltdown. Succeed and you save the entire planet from a gigantic nuclear explosion. Fail and that's it...

Control the monitor unit with the D pad, directions move the unit around over the fifty six rods of each core and the A button toggles states. Press Start to pause.

Review: "After playing some of the other versions of the game, I have to admit that Reaxion is far more suited to handheld gaming than I'd previously thought it would be. Upon receiving my pre-release copy I was genuinely surprised at how excellent it is."
James Monkman, RGCD

Trivia: Wenley Moor is still a Doctor Who reference taken from the story "The Silurians" and always will be too...

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