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Feb 23, 2007 | 6:51 PM EST
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game has been updated to address difficulty issues people are having.

*Thanks for the front page Tom !!*


Pandemic: Extinction of man is a "spin-off" of Pandemic! The game features brand new gameplay and features. Please read the in-game instructions if this is your first time playing. Special thanks to Crazy Monkey Games for sponsorship!



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

this is way 2 dam hard

a couple turns and humans find a cure so u got no chance to spread it, to hard sorry


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Way to hard to be fun.

The statement above represents my feeling. This could have huge potential, but the probability of infecting, spreading or un-curing is way to low to achieve anything. I can usually get to 3 regions infected, with 1% infected in each. It's too unlikely to spread to get ANYTHING done.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Could be better

Dont take this offensively dude its just i played the first and that one was hard took me ages this one was hard but u cant change the virus or anything all u do is just watch the lil men disspaear slowly but a good try keep going and spend some more time makin it like a Pandemic 2 then that would be awesome

Blips responds:

You cant change the virus ? Wow thats weird... I mean I wonder what that "modify" button does ? Try reading the instructions next time.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Really bad

Way to hard almost all of the country's devlop a cure rather quickly. Also one game I played it was game over after the first turn. The virus does not spread fast enough. and actions such as infecting airports do not give results fast enough.

Hard to recommend this one.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


The original was better by a very long way, with a creepy atmosphere and a concentration on the virus, news reports adding a detached view of the human response on a global scale. The interactivity of the original was almost completely confined to modifying the virus and then sitting back and watching it spread in a fairly realistic way, killing the entire world. Like I said, creepy.

I get the impression that the creator of this spinoff didn't like the seeming randomness of the original and wanted to command his legions of germs in glorious warfare on humanity, but taking a more direct hand rather than modifying the virus and allowing it to go it's own insidious way has oversimplified the overall game experience. The division of the world population into ten little green men living on each subcontinent and the ability to send the virus across a border at will has drained all the realism, and thus the atmosphere, away.

One other small but very annoying thing - having greenland as a territory with the same population as south east asia, enforcing the arbitrary political border between the US and canada before the more relevant geographical barrier of the sahara desert... the poor geography also detracts from the realism.