The non-irradiated part of the land, that is.
If you survived the nuclear apocalypse, congratulations! If you didn't, thank you for nuking!
Stats and final leaderboard to come. As I write this, no more nukes can be launched, but there are a few still in the sky. Stand by!
|1.||Augustin Alliance||45,938||Conch Kingdom|
|2.||Jak Attack||41,050||The Black Hawks|
|3.||International Geese Brigades||26,813||Rushmore|
|4.||The International Brigades||25,814||The Internationale|
|6.||The Best Pacific!||24,590||The West Pacific|
|7.||The North Pacific||22,206||The North Pacific|
|8.||TCB Official||19,880||The Communist Bloc|
|9.||North Atlantic Treaty Organization||19,374||North American Free Trade Agreement|
In total, there were 2,378,022 nukes launched, with 1,236,500 scoring (striking a target that wasn't already fully irradiated). More than 3.2 million nukes were targeted in total.
That's a lot of nukes. But what I thought was impressive how quickly tactics and strategy evolved, given that nobody knew what was coming or how things worked at first. You would think that given a second chance, it might become even more strategic. But of course, there are no second chances with nuclear weapons.
Update 2: It has been pointed out to me that "second runner-up" International Geese Brigades finished with zero radiation. That's not bad.