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Aug 11, 2012 | 11:42 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place August 12, 2012

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Boner 5 Points Get a bonus!
Influenza 5 Points Give the host influenza
Measles 5 Points Give the host measles
Hepatitis 10 Points Give the host hepatitis
Herpes 10 Points Give the host herpes
Leukocide 10 Points Kill a white blood cell
Drug Resistance 25 Points Complete a level after having taken damage
HIV 25 Points Kill the host
Lymphocaust 25 Points Kill 10 white blood cells
Smallpox 25 Points Give the host smallpox
Hyper Mutation 100 Points Complete the game in under 500 seconds

Author Comments

UPDATE: Fixed size check issues and added new feature "Cell Size Assistance" (when enabled either displays "OK" or "!" for smaller and larger cells, respectively).

You are a virus, eating smaller cells to grow until you can mutate. Use your mutations to improve your virus and cause increasingly harmful diseases to the host.

Each level introduces a new challenge, and the final level is a bit of a special treat!

Feedback and suggestions are always welcome.

Hope you enjoy!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very good game, however I do feel it could have gone a bit further with more upgrades and such.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

loved it!!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty good game. Would of been better if it was longer.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Loved the game! As an epidemiologist I loved it! Any who, lots of fun - completed in 1,952 seconds (without the assistance) :P . Quite challenging with a track pad but still fun!

Asvegren responds:

Very impressed that you managed it with a track pad! Also I am proud of you because you are educated in the subject and still managed to refrain from pointing out obvious errors. So many people are incapable of suspending their disbelief in favour of just enjoying a game. Kudos!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good game, ad the music is really enjoyable to listen to.

One thing though - HIV is a virus, and it causes AIDS (Active Immuno Deficiency Syndrome)