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Doomsday-themed Browser Games

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Throughout the history, no dates except December 21, 2012 have a significant impact on the human. The Maya civilization predicts that December 21, 2012 stands for the end of a civilization, and no cultures, races, scientists or governments around the world can say exactly what will happen that day. With the popularization of the disaster film 2012, an increasingly large number of people begin to believe the Mayan prophecy. If the prophecy comes true, how will you confront the tragic disaster? No one can foresee the future, but it seems not that hard to experience the end of the world in games. Now, let’s head to the virtual world themed by the doomsday!
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About the Doomsday

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1. The Mysterious Mayan Prophecy
Though the Maya civilization disappeared early, the Mayan prophecy remains alive. As the Mayan calendar prophesies, our world will undergo five cycles of “fall and rise” in total, and each cycle stands for a so-called “Age of the Sun”. We are currently in the Fourth Age, and 2012 will be the start of the Fifth Age. In the eyes of the Maya, each cycle will end with a breathtaking tragedy.
As the Maya predicted, after the night of December 21, 2012 falls, the dawn of December 22 will never come. Do you believe?
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2. 2012
Having seen considerable business opportunities hidden in the Mayan prophecy, numerous media and film producers turn eyes on the theme of “2012” and create a wide range of popular disaster films. Take the case of the film 2012 released in 2009! 2012 depicts how people around the world struggle for survival in the 2012 cataclysm, and takes the disaster scenes, which were rendered by use of the latest special effects in Hollywood, as its most striking selling point. Thanks to the consistent progress of computer technologies, 2012 got to present the audience with more lifelike, reliable and amazing disaster scenes than any previous disaster films.
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3. How to Confront Disasters?
Some reckon that nothing will matter if all human beings are doomed to die. But if disasters are not that terrible and a small group of human beings can still keep their lives, who will be among the small group? In disasters, people struggle to survive by instinct. Though the prediction is just a guess about the future, disasters can occur at any time. So, how should we confront possible disasters? If you haven’t thought about the question, why not try out the several games below to get your inspiration?

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