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NPPS - Nuclear Power Plant Simulations
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Dec 6, 2016 @ 6:17pm
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NPPS - Nuclear Power Plant Simulations
Release date: READY FOR PLAY

NPPS is a great opening simulation for the operation of a Pressurized Vessel Nuclear Power Plant. The basic pieces and process of an operating power plant are nicely put together to form a great experience for all simulation gamers. The balance of science and simulation game come together to form a great entertainment experience that is not overwhelmingly technical for the average gamer. NPPS was developed to be easy for all to learn and master.

If you have ever wanted to learn about the production process of Nuclear Energy this is the simulation game for you. You will not only control the function of a power plant, you also are exposed to power grid operation and realistic dynamic power demand on the macro scale. As in realistic power demand, time of day is directly related to power plant operation. During day time hours power demand is at its highest and the wee hours of the night demand is lowest. Time simulation is an indicial part of the game. Through the day, demand dynamically changes as it would in real life. This simulation’s realism is as close to actual plant operation as can be made by a game.

The 100MW power plant simulates the power usage of a small city. Maintaining the power demand of the city is your highest priority. Over supply the grid and you will damage the grid infrastructure. Under supply and you will cause brown outs in the city. You must keep the power plant producing the right amount of energy for the city over the course of the day. You will receive a bonus based your ability to accomplish this goal.

The goal of the game is to operate the power plant in a way that minimizes damage and maximizes profit. The simulation allows the player to do just that. The real world experience of running a power plant is what this simulation is all about.
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Jan 24, 2017 @ 9:34pm
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Tieberion May 31, 2017 @ 6:03pm 
Hi, any new updates, screens hots, Etc? Always wanted a game similar to this after playing some games like prison architect, etc.
Dr. Strangelove Feb 16, 2017 @ 12:33am 
It certainly looks and sounds promising. Is it still in development? Will new features be added?
WiLohas Jan 16, 2017 @ 9:16pm 
I like this game!
excsbr  [author] Jan 14, 2017 @ 8:37am 
@labtechrat check out the discussion tab above. i got my first reply from those emails i sent out and posted it there.
excsbr  [author] Jan 10, 2017 @ 7:05pm 
@labtechrat good deep can.
Scifiwriterguy Jan 10, 2017 @ 6:07pm that a good can or a bad can?
excsbr  [author] Jan 10, 2017 @ 12:10pm 
@labtechrat i wont need that extra contact for this week. looks like you had me open a can of worms on that last one. i will be busy with that for a while. agian thanks for your time and help. lets see what kind of rewards we create.
excsbr  [author] Jan 7, 2017 @ 7:20pm 
@labtechrat You are a treasure chest of knowledge. Added to my list for this week. I could use one more major type contact reference for this week if you can come up with one. You are worth your weight in gold! I expect a few days for call backs on those from last week. Dont worry, i dont get disappointed easily. Patients and persistence. Over and over again. I live by it.
Thank you, again for your time. Some kids are going to be changed for the better because of it.
Scifiwriterguy Jan 7, 2017 @ 4:37pm 
Another avenue to pursue would be the National Science Teachers Association, the NSTA. They're big - with the inefficiencies that entails - but it's a trunk line to a LOT of science teachers around the nation. You can ping them on Twitter if you're so inclined (@NSTA) or contact them through their website.
Scifiwriterguy Jan 7, 2017 @ 1:37pm 
TFA has had some issues at the administrative level, but the boots on the ground are committed to education all the way. (Common corporate issue: leadership is clueless, but the grunts get the job done anyway.) As for the physics teacher, don't be surprised if you don't hear back until next week or the one after -- the first days back from winter break are always chaos in any school.
Good on you for making such an incredible effort!