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After you start the level of Survival Simulator, you will begin to discover what you can do. You can find many things, such as a list of items that you can craft and a tool bag to store what you collect. At the same time, empty boxes show the items always used by players and placed there at the bottom of the screen. Some tools in this game will have certain durability and urge you to collect other things to create a new one.

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17. ROCKY: Rocky climbs the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. [1976]This scene, an early example of the Steadi-cam, wouldn't work a fourth as well without Bill Conti's driving score and the song "Gonna Fly Now." And yes, there's a victorious Rocky statue there now that you can pose near while grasping your Philly cheese steak.16. SOME LIKE IT HOT: "Nobody's perfect." [1959]It's such a saucy final line, laugh out loud funny and ballsy as hell. Jerry (Jack Lemmon) has been in drag to elude the mob, but Osgood has been smitten with a person whom he thinks is a woman named Daphne. Jerry/Daphne says, "Osgood, I'm gonna level with you. We can't get married at all....I'm not a natural blonde." Osgood says it doesn't matter. "I smoke!" Jerry/Daphne says. "I smoke all the time!" But Osgood says he doesn't care. Jerry/Daphne continues: "Well, I have a terrible past. For three years now, I've been living with a saxophone player." "I forgive you," Osgood says. Jerry/Daphne follows that up with another revelation: "I can never have children!" But that doesn't deter Osgood: "We can adopt some." Jerry/Daphne has no choice now. He removes his wig and says exasperatedly, "But you don't understand, Osgood! I'm a man!" Osgood follows that up with the greatest closing line in movie history: "Well...nobody's perfect!"15. IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: Clarence gets his wings. [1946]This moment still makes me weep. George Bailey, down and suicidal due to a financial misfortune, is visited by a bumbling angel named Clarence. George gets the best gift of all--to sees what the world would be like as if he had never been born-all the lives he had touched in a positive way--and comes home to his wife and kids. The town has gotten together to rescue him, and they circle him, his wife and one of his children, Zuzu, singing "Auld Lang Syne." George opens Tom Sawyer to see the inscription from Clarence: "Remember George: No man is a failure who has friends. PS Thanks for the wings!" Bells on the Christmas tree jingle, and Zuzu points and says, "Teacher says, every time a bell rings, and angel gets his wings." George winks to the heavens and says, "Atta boy, Clarence!" And I've been balling my eyes out by this point of the film, a moment that never fails to give me those positive-vibe goose bumps, that feel-good cry, no matter how many times I've seen it.14. THE BIRDS: Melanie Daniels goes to school. [1963]

Other issues were worked out: Diesel power used for auxiliary cruiser machinery was already tested on the submarine tender Taigei in 1933, as well as electric welding. It was realized these diesels would never go past 14.000 hp, half that was expected. But disappointments were also due to the new construction techniques.The hull shape was another important topic. The new battleships needed a well-balanced underwater design and hull shape due to the large beam and high speed asked for. Hydrodynamic tests were made for a 60,0000 ton battleship and the hull design needed to be perfected in water-tanks towed tests; while mathematicians were hard at work to determine the best profiles. Some were even tested on the demilitarized battlecruiser Hiei for some time. The latter also served to test the best bridge arrangements later found on the design of the Yamato.

Yamato left Kure for Truk on 17 August 1942 and underway after 11 days, the battleship was sighted by USS Flying Fish, which fired four torpedoes but missed. IJN Yamato arrived in Truk the same day and remained there during Guadalcanal Campaign. She could not intervene as not having her complement of 18 inches ammunition for shore bombardment. Another fear were the uncharted seas around Guadalcanal, and she could have been grounded. Also her high fuel consumption was of some concern. Captain Matsuda took command during this period. From 11 February 1943, IJN Yamato was relieved by Musashi, as flagship of the Combined Fleet. She departed on 8 May 1943 for Japan, reaching Yokosuka and headed to Kure, where she arrived on 14 May for nine days in dry dock, maintenance, inspection and repairs. She then departed for the western Inland Sea, dry-docked again in late July for a refit and some upgrades. On 16 August 1943, IJN Yamato was back to Truk, joining a large task force assembled to prey on the US fleet attacking the Tarawa and Makin atolls. In late September she sailed out with IJN Nagato and three carriers, plus their escort of smaller warships. Their target was Task Force 15. They missed it, as the latter departed, and tried again a month later with a force this time six battleships strng plus three carriers, escorted by eleven cruisers. Japanese Intelligence services reported Pearl Harbor was nearly empty and the admiralty thought this force was to strike at Wake Island. The Japanese ships had radar but made no contacts for six days, not their observation planes, and for six days they searched in vain, before folding up and returning to Truk on 26 October 1943.

At 14:05, while IJN Yahagi, trying all she could, sank first after twelve bombs hits and seven torpedoes, a last wave of torpedo bombers fell on Yamato, on starboard. Her list such that torpedo missed, deviated by the bottom, or struck just above. By 14:20, power went out and she capsized in three minutes, her main 18-in turrets falling off while she rolled over. The enormous suction drew her swimming crewmen. US observers saw that when the ship stabilized at about 120, one of the two bow magazines detonated. The resulting explosion created a shockwave that was felt by any sailor present on other ships and even aviators nearby. It created a 6 km high mushroom cloud, visible from 160 kilometres (99 mi), even from observers at Kyūshū. She sank rapidly from the non, breaking in two and tore down by another underwater explosion, perhaps two. Out of her 3,332 crew which included her captain and fleet commander Vice-Admiral Seiichi Itō, just a few survivors made it into the four surviving destroyers which headed to Japan.

1/10 Model at the yamato museumSecrets of the Yamato, documentary about the underwater expedition over Yamato. bbc documentary film.The Yamato by Drachinfels =BxyK1Z2m5rwThe great war of archimedes (2019)The yamato in VR


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