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Pandemic II

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Jul 14, 2008 | 4:57 PM EDT
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Big News: Pandemic 2.5 is in development for iPhones everywhere! Find out more on my site!

Finally after months of development and balancing and testing, Pandemic II is here! I've tried my very best to ensure the game has surpassed the original in every possible way. Now its up to you to evolve your disease, infect mankind and kill them all!

**updated to version 1.16: bug fixes and tweaks based on user reviews**

Online guide and tutorial videos are available from with in the game, and it is HIGHLY recommended you watch the video tutorials.

edit: Thanks to the staff of NEWGROUNDS for the front page!!

Special thanks to the great guys at Crazy Monkey Games for sponsorship. And special thanks to Globex Designs for the music. Developed by Dark Realm Studios.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

make more!

a big improvement from the already excellent pandemic 1.More options to upgrade your virus with,more areas to infect and much more challenging.

However, I think realism could be improved.I had the entire population of Brazil infected but no deaths because my virus wasn't lethal enough.ahah is that possible?oh!one more thing.uh call me nitpicky but China doesn't include south east asia lol. I think this problem occurred in several other parts of the world also.

These aside,this is a great game.I love the concept and strategy involved.make the virus easily spread,but don't get too obnoxious or risk hindering your advancement.(and more)

and it made me very scared.the thought of such a thing really happening.the green to red landmasses made it scarier.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Imporvement, but missing things...

I really like these pandemic games, but I think things can be improved in a few ways.
- Visibility seemingly has no factor at all. A disease that does not present ANY symptoms will still elicit a worldwide response with significant infection. That doesn't make any sense.
- Infectiveness seemingly plays a minimal role. A disease that has zero infectivity on the status bars will still spread like wild-fire and elicit a worldwide response.
- I'd repeat previous comments on how realistic the behaviors of certain regions, and the difficulty in infecting Madagascar. I'm pretty sure they have airports there, too.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great game. I almost wiped out the entire world but Japan never got infected. It was the last country standinlg but my score was still really low. I also agree with others. I'd have my virus have no symptoms and no deaths so it spreads without warning. It's a successful strategy but then out of nowhere countrys start freaking out even though there is no deaths or symptoms. Once a good amount of people were infected, the only symptom I put was heart failure and the humans dropped like flies. But didn't reach japan. weird. Other than that. Great game.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Damn Madagascar

I managed to wipe out the world with a parasite except Madagascar damn lemurs...

I thought it was a pretty fun game though my only complaint was with the pacing. It was great at the beginning but the evolution points came pretty slowly at the end which was particularly frustrating when you knew there was a country it was no longer possible to infect (Madagascar) and you could only wait for the rest of the world to die.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i decimated almost all the planet everything or almost everything was deadi let live canada and japan becuz i love these two XD