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Sep 2, 2009 | 1:58 PM EDT
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The year is 2010 and the Swine Flu continues to thrive within the United States of America. You have been recruited to deal with the situation once and for all. It is up to you how you will save the country before it is destroyed...

Developed by Dark Realm Studios.
Sponsored by Kongregate.

*thanks to NG staff for front page!**

Reviews


BoomEverBoomEver

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 2, 2009

good, but...

i've always liked the pandemic series, so i found myself liking this game just as much as the others. there was only one thing that irritated me. i left when one state only had around 500 infected in it, the rest were immune, and all states bordering it were immune too. i came back to find four states (which had no infected in them) rioting/ looting. i lost due to panic, with less than 100 infected left in the u.s ........



zamxus0zamxus0

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 2, 2009

It's Hard to Figure out but I like challenges

I like challenges so i guess this game was pretty good for me!

But it's still really hard to figure out and play. Still awesome though. 8 outta 10



AlmightyTightyAlmightyTighty

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars September 2, 2009

sorry man

good effort but its not very exciting... maybe some animation or... i really dont know what could make this better for me.... sorry



QuintuplinQuintuplin

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 2, 2009

Good... but....

its kinda sad. i've played pandemic, and 2, and i kept on losing every single time... and only just now do i realise that you're supposed to AVOID killing everyone with the virus....

LOL



roastedSpiderroastedSpider

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 2, 2009

Pretty good premise...

But the fact the game weighs it against you if you're winning. Case in point: I had successfully immunized all my infected states, and was about to move on to the uninfected one, with absolutely 0 public panic. The rioting breaks out in Virginia and Maryland, followed quickly by looting. They were both uninfected, never had been, and were separated by 3+ states from other infected states. So they shouldn't have gotten any public dissent, let alone full-blown riots. It's pretty damn stupid when a simulation game like this has to throw in unrealistic events and occurrences in order to try to balance the game and make it "unwinnable" (as most simulation games I've encountered are essentially ongoing, with the difficulty and impossible events occurring in high enough amounts to ensure you lose)


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