Thunderflash


Thunderflash is a “love letter” to the arcade games of the 80s. It is a Run ‘n Gun game inspired by gems like Ikari Warriors, Commando and Heavy Barrel.

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Thunderflash released?

Thunderflash was released on 23 Mar, 2020

Who was the developer that made Thunderflash?

SEEP were the developers that made Thunderflash

What does a flashbang do to you?

Also known as stun grenade, a flash-bang is a non-lethal explosive device that emits an extremely loud bang and bright lights to disorient people as it goes off. They can cause temporary blindness and shifts in hearing, typically lasting a few seconds, per a paper in the American Journal of Operations Research.3 Jun 2020

How long does a flashbang last?

The flash temporarily activates all photoreceptor cells in the eye, blinding it for approximately five seconds.

What is a stun grenade made of?

The filler consists of a pyrotechnic metal-oxidant mix of magnesium or aluminium and an oxidizer such as potassium perchlorate or potassium nitrate.

How is a flashbang made?

The flash powder used in creating the light and sound normally contains potassium perchlorate and aluminum powder. While this mixture produces bright light and a loud sound report, it also produces a significant amount of smoke through the formation of potassium chloride and aluminum oxide.

Does a stun grenade slow you down?

Stun Grenade Tactical Equipment Slows victim’s movement & aiming. The Stun Grenade is a great item to use just before engaging enemies. Slowing their movement and aim speed, makes them easier to defeat in fights!24 Nov 2021

Whats the difference between a flash grenade and a stun grenade?

A stun grenade, also known as a flash grenade, flashbang, thunderflash or sound bomb, is a less-lethal explosive device used to temporarily disorient an enemy’s senses. It is designed to produce a blinding flash of light of around 7 megacandela (Mcd) and an intensely loud “bang” of greater than 170 decibels (dB).

How do stun grenades work in real life?

The grenade is thrown and explodes after a roughly 1.5-second delay. The explosion of magnesium-based pyrotechnic chemicals causes a very bright flash and a loud sound (160−180 decibels), which can cause temporary blindness, temporary loss of hearing and loss of balance, as well as a sense of panic.

How long does a flashbang last in real life?

The flash temporarily activates all photoreceptor cells in the eye, blinding it for approximately five seconds.

Why do Flashbangs have two pins?

Double-pins are due to lowest-common-denominator training and retention. Several soldiers and cops have been severely injured due to improperly stored or secure flashbangs being depinned from other gear items hooking the pin; I know of one that was ’caused’ by the clip on a folding pocketknife.5 May 2012

Can a stun grenade blind you?

Also known as stun grenade, a flash-bang is a non-lethal explosive device that emits an extremely loud bang and bright lights to disorient people as it goes off. They can cause temporary blindness and shifts in hearing, typically lasting a few seconds, per a paper in the American Journal of Operations Research.3 Jun 2020

What are thunder flashes?

The Enola Gaye Thunderflash is the benchmark product for distraction and diversion. Airsoft and Paintball players use this product to divert their opponents attention when they can’t get an aim on them, a simple but very effective product designed to mimic the version used by the military.