Excalibur Publishing - the company that brought us such bizarre curios as Train Simulator 2013, Camping Manager, and Police Force 2 - has announced its latest eccentric sim, Chemical Spillage Simulation.
Due for PC on 14th June, Chemical Spillage Simulation puts you in the hazmat suit of a rookie member of the Special Chemical Disaster Prevention unit, wherein you must clean up toxic chemicals. "As you progress through the ranks and further your career, you'll be able to drive bigger vehicles and perform more dangerous missions as your experience grows," explained Excalibur in its announcement.
The missions will consist of "recovery and analysis of chemical and radioactive materials, escorting radioactive materials transportation and a mission involving an atomic power plant."
As you rise through the ranks of the Special Chemical Disaster Prevention unit, you'll gain access to such vehicles as: a Special Chemical Analysis Vehicle, a fully controllable Robotic Analysis Unit that can venture to areas not safe for man, a truck mounted Chemical Prevention Mobile Unit, and fire-fighter cars.
Chemical Spillage Simulation can be pre-ordered for £24.99 from Excalibur's official site.
Unfortunately, no videos of Chemical Spillage Simulation have been released, so to get an idea of what to expect, check out this trailer for last month's Excalibur release, Police Force 2.