They are what those people behind the scenes use to know what actually happens when there is liquefying. We are not professionals about this but we can assure you that this model is used as a sort of simulation so they can know what actually happens. They use this thing called a Groundwater Model.
A lot of people use simulators these days to get a feel of what actually happens when a certain thing does this or that. Some of these simulators are kind of treated as games and most of them are actually made INTO games. For example the game Surgeon Simulator.
That game was supposed to be a supposedly accurate simulation of what it would be like to operate on someone in an ambulance. Except, we are pretty sure that your hands are not supposed to be like noodles or anything of the like and that we literally are a lot more hardened than the hands in that game.
We also are pretty sure that we would have the ability to grab on to something if the need calls for it but we do not know, it is just us. If you have seen or played that game then you know what we mean by all these ridiculous setbacks. It does make us question as to what really counts as a simulation and what counts as a game parodying a simulation.
And then there was that revolutionary game called Goat Simulator. Where you are supposed to see what it is actually like to be a goat in a city. And then cause mass mayhem and even a black freaking hole to the entire planet and the earth. And not to mention the freaky physics it has and the certain parts that would make the damn goat fly or something.
Mind you, we are only referencing what w have seen on Youtube, especially in the videos Pewdiepie has posted years ago. And then after the, there was this sudden mass production of games that have the word Simulator in it. The ever useless Bear Simulator, the funny one that is called Totally Accurate Battle Simulator and so much more.
If you are someone who frequents the Youtube community and the gaming industry then you know about the games we are talking about. And speaking of games, can we just have a moment of silence to the final season of the game The Walking Dead? Sure, the game and the company it originated from has its flaws and not to mention its horrible way of handling the employees, but you cannot deny that that game was also revolutionary.
Farewell, Clementine. Farewell, Telltale. Thank you so much for all the years of you giving us these famous games and making us cry two billion times. We hope Naughty Dog does not follow in your footsteps because Jesus Christ, The Last of Us 2 has not even come out yet.
And we still want a continuation of the Uncharted series, knowing that the very famous Troy Baker is now a resident in it. Here is to the future of gaming.