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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.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


great game all around

good puzzle

takes a bit of time, and really makes you think
i like it

but personally i like BEING the infection better, i love causing doomsday

i hope your next pandemic game, if you make another ( and i hope you do ) is one like the other 2 pandemics

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


not as good as the other pandemic games but still a lot of fun


Rated 4 / 5 stars


but you lose points for the fact that ive been playing for 3 hours, and some how, even though i had it down to ONE STATE, it came back.. im still playing, its up to 5 states now.. i had it, florida was all that was left then it POPPED up in idaho! its like acne..i think its gone , BAM ..BACK!
the music was awesome love, loved the tunes
this game is too ...time extensive..and kinda random...

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

really good

I really like this game. It has enough things to think about so that it is challenging, but not too many so you are overloaded. But it gets a nine because i am currently sick at home with swine flu and I feel worried after this game. ( Panic + 0.5 )


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love the Pandemic games, and this was a welcome twist on it. You know, while playing this I kind of got an idea: Multiplayer Pandemic. Yeah, using this system and an updated version of the original system, you could have a multiplayer version where one player controls the virus like in the other Pandemic games, and another player controls the government like here and they have to constantly outsmart each others actions. It would maybe work better local multiplayer since it would be a lengthy game, or maybe there could be a "save" feature incorporated for longer games. That'd be pretty sweet. In fact, having both as an option for single player in Pandemic 3 (Please?) would be pretty rad. Consider what I've said, seriously :P

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