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Atom Collider


Atom Collider
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Description

Take your "ATOM COLLIDER" into the fascinating 3D Racing with reaction control. Race mode & Ghost mode is challenge your control how to get a high survive time.

Although it is our First try "3D Racing Game", we hope to get you more in ultimate racing experience. Welcome to give us any opinion on this game.

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Game Concept - Higgs boson
The Higgs boson is an elementary particle within the Standard Model of particle physics. It belongs to a class of particles known as bosons. On 4 July 2012, CERN announced the formal confirmation that a particle "consistent with the Higgs boson" is confirmed to exist to a very high likelihood of 99.999% ("five sigma"), however absolute proof may take some time as scientists must still verify that it is the expected boson and not some other new particle. The particle is named after the physicists Peter Higgs and Satyendra Nath Bose.

The existence of the Higgs boson was predicted almost 50 years ago to explain how the Higgs mechanism happens in nature. It is this which explains why other elementary particles have mass. While the Higgs mechanism is considered proven to exist, the boson itself had not been observed and its existence was unconfirmed. Its tentative discovery in 2012 may validate the Standard Model as essentially correct, as it is the final elementary particle predicted and required by the Standard Model to not yet be observed via particle physics experiments.


On 4 July 2012, the two main experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (ATLAS and CMS) both reported independently that they found a new particle with a mass of about 125 GeV/c2 (about 133 proton masses, on the order of 10-25 kg), which is "consistent with the Higgs boson". They acknowledged that further work would be needed to conclude that it is indeed the Higgs Boson, that it has the theoretically predicted properties of the Higgs boson, and exactly which version of the Standard Model it best supported if confirmed.

What's New in Version 1.0.5

1. fixed ui overlay problem
2. fixed leaderborad problem

Screenshots

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