Build Your Own Light Show For The Ages With This Fireworks Simulator

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If I become a superhero, I want my ability to be unleashing a live fireworks show right out of my hands. Bad guys chasing after me? Enthrall them with a live fireworks show to stall them as I escape. City in a panic? Put on a spellbinding fireworks show to draw people’s attention and restore the peace in their hearts. Aliens attacking the planet? Greet the extra-terrestrials with a live fireworks display that will hypnotize them into crashing their ships into the barren desert. In the meantime, I’ll just imagine having superpowers with this awesome Fireworks Simulator.

A sandbox simulation PC game for Windows, it lets you create authentic firework shows right from the comfort of your desk. Whether you want to recreate the awesome light show you saw at the Fourth of July celebrations, design a fireworks display to show on the backyard TV for a party, or just geek out on pyrotechnics without actually handling dangerous explosives, this thing will do the trick.

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The Fireworks Simulator comes with 100 ground and aerial fireworks, along with 30 launch racks, all based on real pyrotechnics from WECO, one of the biggest fireworks companies in Europe. You get full control of all the explosives, allowing you to configure, position, and ignite category four professional effects, just like you would do if you were an actual pyrotechnician planning and managing a light show for the ages. Actually, this is probably better, since you won’t be constrained by budget or schedule concerns, allowing you to build as grand a display as your imagination can muster.

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Available now, the Fireworks Simulator retails for $9.99.

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4 Responses

  1. Angela

    Making fireworks silent, well then that would have me interested. My dogs suffer every year with people letting off fireworks near to where we live.

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    • Ihatedogs

      I don’t see your problem, those people enjoy their fireworks, for one day a year.
      dont complain so much about your dogs, Goddamn people like you make me sick!

      Sincerely,

      iHateDogs

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  2. Carl McGraw

    I actually like this, but the price tag seems far too much for what it is. Technically it’s just a fireworks game? I never thought I’d ever say that, but I suppose it could be fun to mess with, but not too sure about the price.

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  3. tristan

    This would be cool for the creative type that needs a cool way to intro a photo slideshow or something like that!

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